Metropolis of Paronaxia

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*St. [[Athanasios of Paros]] ([[June 24]])
 
*St. [[Athanasios of Paros]] ([[June 24]])
 
*Venerable [[Nikodemus of the Holy Mountain]] ("the Hagiorite"; c. 1749-1809); ([[July 14]])
 
*Venerable [[Nikodemus of the Holy Mountain]] ("the Hagiorite"; c. 1749-1809); ([[July 14]])
*St. [[Theoctiste of the Isle of Lesbos|Theoktiste of Paros]] ([[November 9]]), <ref> ''What we know about St. Theoktisti we owe primarily to St. [[Symeon Metaphrastes ("the Translator")]], renowned primarily for his Lives of the Saints (148 of them). </ref>
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*St. [[Theoctiste of the Isle of Lesbos|Theoktiste of Lesvos]] ([[November 9]]), <ref> ''What we know about St. Theoktisti we owe primarily to St. [[Symeon Metaphrastes ("the Translator")]], renowned primarily for his Lives of the Saints (148 of them). </ref> <ref> Theoctiste is from Lesvos, however, due to the Archaeological and Historical importance of her association with the [[Church of a Hunder Doors - Ekatontopiliani]] she is also classified as a Parian local saint. </ref>
  
 
== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==

Revision as of 18:42, April 15, 2008

The Metropolis of Paronaxia, also referred to as the Diocese of Paronaxia, is under the jurisdiction of the Church of Greece.

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History

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See also

World famous Paros Church of a Hundred Doors - Ekatontapyliani

Metropolitan

The current Metropolitan of Paronaxia is His Emminence Ambriosios II, born Nicholas (Stamenas) in 1922 on the island of Paros.

Regions

  1. Metropolitan Region of Paros
  2. Metropolitan Region of Naxos

Local Saints

Notes

  1. What we know about St. Theoktisti we owe primarily to St. Symeon Metaphrastes ("the Translator"), renowned primarily for his Lives of the Saints (148 of them).
  2. Theoctiste is from Lesvos, however, due to the Archaeological and Historical importance of her association with the Church of a Hunder Doors - Ekatontopiliani she is also classified as a Parian local saint.

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