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[[Image:Elder_Ieronymos_Patmos.jpg|thumb|leftright|Elder Ieronymous Ieronymos of Aegina]]Blessed Elder '''Ieronymos (Apostolides) of Aegina''' was born Vasilios Apostolides in 1883 in the village of Galyveri, Cappadocia, in Asia Minor. His pious parents, Anastasios and Elizabeth, had six children. As a boy he was deeply impressed by the fervent [[prayer]]s of both his mother and the secret [[ascetic]]s who lived in the cave-churches of Turkish-occupied Cappadocia. As a young man he was [[ordination|ordained]] a [[deacon]] by [[Metropolitan]] Sophronios of Amisos in Asia Minor. Later, he visited the Holy Land and stayed for nine months in the Monastery of St. John the Forerunner near the River Jordan. On his return, he served as a deacon in the Church of St. George in [[Constantinople]], where he was long remembered for his holiness, his zeal, and his wonderful voice. The [[w:Population exchange between Greece and Turkey|Exchange of Populations]] in 1922 brought Fr. Ieronymos, as well as millions of his fellow Greeks, back to Greece as refugees, ending the 2000-year-old Greek Christian civilization in Asia Minor.
{{Copyright/Temp Subpage}}{{Inprogress}}After suffering for two months from a painful disease, he died in an Athens hospital on [[October 2]], 1966. Although not yet [[glorification|glorified]] as a saint by the Church, his [[relics]] repose in his [[Skete]] of the Annunciation (Evangelismos) above the town of Aegina.
Blessed ==Source==*[http://www.monachos.net/forum/showthread.php?t=3750 Life of Elder Ieronymos: A Brief Life of Righteous Elder '''Ieronymos of Aegina (Apostolides+1966) of Aegina] from ''Evlogeite! A Pilgrim's Guide to Greece'' was born Vasilios Apostolides in 1883 in the village of Galyveri, Cappadocia in Asia Minor. His pious parents, Anastasios and Elizabeth, had six children. As a boy he was deeply impressed by the fervent prayers of both his mother and the secret ascetics who lived in the cave-churches of Turkish-occupied Cappadocia. As a young man he was ordained deacon by Metropolitan Sophronios of Amisos in Asia Minor. Later, he visited the Holy Land and stayed for nine months in the Monastery of St. John the Forerunner near the River Jordan. On his return, he served as a deacon in the Church of St. George in Constantinople, where he was long remembered for his holiness, his zealMother Nectaria (McLees), and his wonderful voicepp. The Exchange of Populations in 1922 brought Fr. Ieronymos, as well as millions of his fellow Greeks, back to Greece as refugees, ending the two thousand-year72-old Greek Christian civilization in Asia Minor76.
After suffering for two months from a painful disease he died in an Athens hospital on October 2, 1966. Although not yet canonized, his relics repose in his Skete of the Annunciation (Evangelismos) above Aegina town. == Source Further reading==*''A Pilgrim's Guide to GreeceElder Ieronymos of Aegina''by Peter Botsis. Translated by the [[Holy Transfiguration Monastery (Brookline, Mother Nectaria (McLeesMassachusetts)|Holy Transfiguration Monastery]], pp.72-762007.*[http://www.monachosthehtm.netorg/forumcatalog/showthreadpdfs/b046-elder-ieronymos-flier.phppdf?tosCsid=3750 '''Monachos Net'''9d27e5161ae8eb7d7b05d5bb8fa76688 A New Publication: The Life of the Elder Ieronymos of Aegina: 1883–1966 (PDF)== See also ==*Sister Eupraxia d. 1990
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