Talk:Ephraim (Moraitis) of Philotheou

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:I added what I could find (''of Philotheou'') in the hopes of an article move, but haven't come across his surname. [[User:Magda|{{User:Magda/sig}}]] 16:36, 22 Aug 2005 (EDT)
 
:I added what I could find (''of Philotheou'') in the hopes of an article move, but haven't come across his surname. [[User:Magda|{{User:Magda/sig}}]] 16:36, 22 Aug 2005 (EDT)
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== Surname of Father Ephraim ==
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Father Ephraim doesn't have a surname...no one which is a monk has a surname.What happens is they have a first name only(which is a name of an otrhodox Saint)and if he is an elder father(spiritual father responsible for a monastery) then he uses the name of that monastery in order to show that he comes from there....in the example of Father Ephraim, because he comes from Philotheou Monastery(in mount of Athos-Greece) then he is called as "Father Ephraim the Philotheitis)which means Father Ephraim from Philotheou monastery.
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I hope you understand what I am trying to say...
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Reginos

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Anyone know what Fr. Ephrem's surname is? As it is, this article's name doesn't conform to our naming conventions (as it includes a title), nor does it distinguish this particular man from others who are known by the same name. —[[User:ASDamick|—Fr. Andrew talk contribs (THINK!)]] 14:51, 22 Aug 2005 (EDT)

I added what I could find (of Philotheou) in the hopes of an article move, but haven't come across his surname. [[User:Magda|—magda (talk)]] 16:36, 22 Aug 2005 (EDT)

Surname of Father Ephraim

Father Ephraim doesn't have a surname...no one which is a monk has a surname.What happens is they have a first name only(which is a name of an otrhodox Saint)and if he is an elder father(spiritual father responsible for a monastery) then he uses the name of that monastery in order to show that he comes from there....in the example of Father Ephraim, because he comes from Philotheou Monastery(in mount of Athos-Greece) then he is called as "Father Ephraim the Philotheitis)which means Father Ephraim from Philotheou monastery.

I hope you understand what I am trying to say...

Reginos

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