St. Methodia of Kimolos: Remarkable Ascetic, Teacher of Virtue, Counselor, Comforter and Healer (1865-1908). An account of her Life, Character, Miracles and Influence, together with Selected Hymns from the Akolouthia in honor of her, and a Letter to her sister Anna.
“St. Methodia, the pride and protector of Kimolos, one of the Cyclades Islands in the south Aegean Sea, was born on Kimolos on November 10, 1865—three years after St. Savvas the New of Kalymnos. Her parents, Iakovos, a merchant, and Maria Sardis, were pious people. They had five daughters and three sons. Methodia was their second daughter. At Holy Baptism she was given the name of Irene. She was renamed Methodia later, when she became a nun.” —“Introductory”
PREFACE LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS VALUE OF READING LIVES OF SAINTS INTRODUCTORY THE LIFE OF ST. METHODIA OF KIMOLOS By Gerasimos Micragiannanitis, of Mount Athos SELECTED HYMNS FROM THE AKOLOUTHIA OF ST. METHODIA SCRIPTURAL TEXTS FROM THE AKOLOUTHIA OF ST. METHODIA THAT HELP US UNDERSTAND HER LIFE BETTER A LETTER OF ST. METHODIA TO HER SISTER ANNA SAYINGS OF ST. METHODIA NOTES APPENDIX: KIMOLOS By Photis Kontoglou BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX
Item Number: BKC009 Publication Data: Belmont, MA: Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, 2001 Format: softcover Number of Pages: 123 Dimensions (l × w × h): 21.6 cm × 13.8 cm × 0.8 cm Additional Information: black-and-white illustrations ISBN: 0‒914744‒76‒3