Dorotheos of Gaza
Our venerable and God-bearing Father Dorotheos of Gaza (also Dorotheus or Dorotheos of Egypt) was a sixth-century hermit. He practiced asceticism in the desert of Egypt for 60 years, and became known for his sermons. His feast day is celebrated on September 16.
"What we need is a little labor! Let us endure this labor that we may obtain mercy."
- Venerable Dorotheus the Hermit of Egypt (OCA)
- The Venerable Dorotheus (Prologue of Ohrid)
- Dorotheos of Gaza by Timothy W. Seid (The Ecole Initiative)
- Dorotheos of Gaza by Karen Rae Keck (The Ecole Initiative)
- The Monks of Gaza c. 500
- Dorotheus of Gaza (Sixth Century) Humility and Communion
- Dorotheus of Gaza at Wikipedia
- "Directions on the Spiritual Life" by Abba Dorotheus of Gaza from Early Fathers from the Philokalia, Parts I, II, III, IV, and V
- The Ethos of Lent by V. Rev. Fr. George Morelli