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  • Author:
    Constantine Cavarnos
  • ISBN:
    091474464X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0914744641
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    Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies; Enlarged 3rd edition (1985)
  • Pages:
    118 pages
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    4.8
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The life and work of the great awakener, illuminator, missionary, and holy martyr of Greece. Modern Orthodox Saints Vol. 1 : St. Cosmas Aitolos.

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January 17/30 the holy Orthodox Church celebrates St. Anthony the Great . Anthony the Great, known as the father of monasticism. The success of his communities and the Patristic ethos of his writings show him to be a well-rounded master of the spiritual life in our time. Of a conversation with the elder in 1965, Constantine Cavarnos writes, that he especially stressed the need of a spiritual guide, and the value of praying mentally and heeding one’s conscience. This is precisely the fire of which Metropolitan Hierotheos writes, and Elder Ephraim has come to spread such zeal to America.

The life and teachings of Saint Nectarios of Aegina, by renowned Orthodox scholar Constantine Cavarnos. There is some nice stuff at the end that provides excerpts from several of his works, but I felt that overall too much time is devoted to merely talking about the works. There is also a splendid brief little section on some of the miracles performed by St. Nectarios. I know there are some other works on St. Nectarios out there, but haven't read any of them.

MODERN ORTHODOX SAINTS A Series By Constantine Cavarnos. Vol. 1, ST. His teaching on God, Heaven and Hell, and his Prophecies, together with selections from his Teachings (Didachai).

Afterwards, part of his relics were transferred to various places as a blessing. The Holy and Wonderworking Relics of St. Kosmas Aitolos, treasured by the Holy Orthodox Archdiocese of Albania in Tirana (source).

So the saint began to proclaim the Gospel at first in the churches of Constantinople and the surrounding villages, then in the Danube regions, in Thessalonica, in Verroia, in Macedonia, Chimaera, Akarnania, Aitolia, on the islands of Saint Maura, Kephalonia and other places. Afterwards, part of his relics were transferred to various places as a blessing.

Hence, his supreme importance in the moral and religious awakening of his country . Cavarnos, Constantine. Saint Cosmas Aitolos. Saint Vladimirs Seminary Quarterly 4 (1966): 189-194.

Hence, his supreme importance in the moral and religious awakening of his country played an important role during the second half of the eighteen century. SAINT KOSMAS: THE MONK In the year 1749, Kosmas had enrolled in the theological academy of Mount Athos to further enhance his theological studies. The austerity of his character and the evangelical simplicity of his words brought about an inspiration and feeling of hope to many families. For this reason the Greek nation was to experience a spiritual revival led by the itinerant preaching of Saint Kosmas.