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Saint Paisius, Abbot of Neamts Monastery, 1722-1794

   
“Among the ascetics of Russia, one of the first places, according to the spiritual influence that he had upon his contemporaries, belongs to the Elder Paisius Velichkovsky. Though his work took place mostly beyond the borders of his native Russia, the light of his labors and teaching penetrated all of the corners of the Russian land and everywhere bore good fruit. His first achievement was that he was a reviver of the ancient teaching on the Jesus Prayer—a teaching almost forgotten in Russia; and his second achievement, that he became one of the foremost laborers in the work of reviving Russian monasteries, which had fallen apart to a great extent, as a result of the reforms of Peter I and Catherine II. He was able, in a truly marvelous way, to form a monastic spiritual center within Moldavia—the perfection of which in no way differed from the ancient coenobia of Egypt described by St. John Cassian and St. John of the Ladder.”
—“ST. PAISIUS (VELICHKOVSKY)”

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ST. PAISIUS (VELICHKOVSKY)

Item Number: BKSP621
Publication Data: Safford, AZ: St. Paisius Monastery, 1999
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: 10
Dimensions (l × w × h): 21.6 cm × 14.0 cm × 0.1 cm
Additional Information: black-and-white illustrations

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