Theological School of Patmos

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The '''Theological School of Patmos''' was founded by the deacon [[Makarios Kalogeras]] in 1713 AD. and is situated on the hillside directly above the [[Cave of the Apocalypse]]. The school was a spiritual legacy of St. [[Christodoulos the Blessed|Christodoulos of Patmos]] who included it in his original plans for Patmos island. Emperor Alexios I issued the deed of title in which he mentions "an abode of learning where local disciples will gather."
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The '''Theological School of Patmos''' was founded by the deacon [[Makarios Kalogeras]] in 1713 AD and is situated on the hillside directly above the [[Cave of the Apocalypse]]. The school is a spiritual legacy of St. [[Christodoulos the Blessed|Christodoulos of Patmos]] who included it in his original plans for the island of [[Patmos]]; Emperor Alexios I issued a deed of title in which he mentions it to be "an abode of learning where local disciples will gather."
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==History==
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The present theological school was founded by a local Patmian man, called [[Makarios Kalogeras]]<ref>''[[Makarios Kalogeras]]'' was a deacon of the Bisop of Nicomedia and was inspired by his studies in Constantinople to revive the Greek education, which had deteriorated under the Turkish occupation.</ref>, in the eiteenth century.
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Revision as of 20:41, December 29, 2008

The Theological School of Patmos was founded by the deacon Makarios Kalogeras in 1713 AD and is situated on the hillside directly above the Cave of the Apocalypse. The school is a spiritual legacy of St. Christodoulos of Patmos who included it in his original plans for the island of Patmos; Emperor Alexios I issued a deed of title in which he mentions it to be "an abode of learning where local disciples will gather."

History

The present theological school was founded by a local Patmian man, called Makarios Kalogeras[1], in the eiteenth century.


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