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Elder Hadji-Georgis The Athonite, 1809–1886

   
Elder Paisios of Mount Athos

“Father Paisios was not a disciple of Hadji-Georgis nor even a disciple of his disciples, since he lived in a much later era. However, as a young monk searching to find holy Elders, ‘the fragrant flowers of the Panagia’, as he himself notes, he heard the Athonite monks in the early 1950’s speak with special devotion and admiration about the ascetical struggles of the Elder Hadji-Georgis, who had lived in the previous century. Nevertheless, those of us who knew Father Paisios do not find it difficult to maintain that he was a spiritual descendant of Hadji-Georgis, not only in the broader meaning as an Athonite monk, but also as a struggler, ascetic and faster. He was a monk who until our days preserved the measure and the ascetic rule of Hadji-Georgis.”
—“PREFACE”

CONTENTS

Prefatory note
Preface
Introduction
The Life of our Blessed Father George (Hadji-Georgis)
Letter of Hadji-Georgis to Metropolitan of Chios
The Spiritual Forefathers of Hadji-Georgis
Spiritual Laws
Epilogue
Maps
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Item Number: BKP474
Publication Data: Thessaloniki, Greece: The Holy Monastery of the Evangelist John the Theologian, 2002
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: 105
Dimensions (l × w × h): 19.0 cm × 12.6 cm × 0.9 cm
Additional Information: black-and-white illustrations, full-color illustrations

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