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1 Intro, A,1| are all the Epistles of St.~Paul), but to the whole 2 Intro, A,1| heterodox,” in the expression of St. Ignatius the Godbearer),~ 3 Intro, A,3| early Church was given by St. Vincent of Lerins, the 4 Intro, A,4| This is the list given by St. John Damascene in the Exact 5 Intro, A,4| Slavonic Bible printed in St. Petersburg, 1904, and approved 6 Intro, A,4| Apocalypse (Revelations) of St. John the Theologian and 7 Intro, A,4| Testament without exception.~St. Athanasius the Great names 8 Intro, A,4| Him” (from~the Synopsis of St. Athanasius). Likewise, 9 Intro, A,4| Athanasius). Likewise, St. Cyril of Jerusalem also 10 Intro, A,4| Scripture, in the expression~of St. John Damascene, is the “ 11 Intro, A,5| essential side of the~faith. St. Cyril of Jerusalem (4th 12 Intro, A,5| of his further homilies St. Cyril again remarks: “We 13 Intro, A,5| citations may be found in St. Cyril,~Catetechical Lectures, 14 Intro, A,5| can read, and the text of St. Cyril's Catechetical Lectures 15 Intro, A,5| In the following words St. Basil the Great gives us 16 Intro, A,5| 27).~From these words of St. Basil the Great we may 17 Intro, A,5| Ecumenical~Councils.~Although St. Basil has given here a 18 Intro, A,6| the confession of faith of St. Gregory~the Wonderworker, 19 Intro, A,6| Neo-Caesarea (For the text of St. Gregory's “Canonical Epistle,” 20 Intro, A,6| p. 602.), the canons of St. Basil the Great (The text 21 Intro, A,6| Basil the Great (The text of St. Basil's canons~may be found 22 Intro, A,8| the mistaken~opinion of St. Gregory of Nyssa that hell 23 Intro, A,8| catholic consciousness,” but St. Gregory himself is still 24 Intro, A,8| subject of such Fathers as St. Photius the Great~and St. 25 Intro, A,8| St. Photius the Great~and St. Mark of Ephesus, see the 26 Intro, A,8| also as a separate booklet, St. Herman of Alaska Brotherhood, 27 Intro, A,9| essentially the work of St. John Damascene, the 8th 28 Intro, B,2| in the eighth century by St. John Damascene under the 29 Intro, B,2| this work, one may say, St. Damascene summed up the 30 Intro, B,2| century attempt to do what St. John Damascene did in the 31 Intro, C,2| sciences or philosophy. St. Gregory the~Theologian 32 Intro, C,2| considered it the merit of St. Basil the Great that he 33 Intro, C,2| Christianity.~In general, St. Gregory did not sympathize 34 I, 1,1 | outward organs of sense. St. Gregory the Theologian 35 I, 1,4 | treasure-house of God,” writes St. John of Kronstadt (My~Life 36 I, 1,5 | his Catechetical Lectures St. Cyril of Jerusalem instructs 37 I, 1,5 | inquirers” of his time, St. Gregory of Nyssa, the brother 38 I, 1,5 | of Nyssa, the brother of St Basil the Great, writes: “ 39 I, 1,5 | imitate this thirsting one” (St. Gregory of Nyssa, “Homily 40 I, 1,5 | knowability of Him~is set forth by St. John Damascene in Book 41 I, 1,5 | of the~Divine thought” (St. John of Kronstadt).~b) 42 I, 1,5 | ourselves morally. About this, St. Gregory the~Theologian 43 I, 1,5 | contemplated. (Homily 20 of St. Gregory~the Theologian).~ 44 I, 1,5 | useful, and needful for us. St Cyril of Jerusalem, in his 45 I, 1,6 | speak or hear about God,” St. Basil the Great theologizes, “ 46 I, 1,6 | fashion” (the expression of St. Gregory the Theologian) 47 I, 1,6 | Theologian) or, “as it seems” (St. John Damascene) is~a naming 48 I, 1,6 | immeasurable and limitless” (St. Gregory the Theologian);~“ 49 I, 1,6 | highest and infinite form” (St. Basil the~Great); “God 50 I, 1,6 | source of all good things” (St. Irenaeus of Lyons).~ 51 I, 1,7 | of the Orthodox Faith by St. John Damascene:~“God is 52 I, 1,7 | itself a form of limitation”~(St. Gregory the Theologian, 53 I, 1,9 | quote here the words of St. Gregory the Theologian. 54 I, 1,9 | him” (Gen. 2:7) (Works of St. John Chrysostom, Vol. IV, 55 I, 1,9 | Michael is here stating that St. Chrysostom was in general 56 I, 1,9 | literal sense was required, St. Chrysostom was quiteliteral” 57 I, 1,9 | of Genesis, for example,~St. Chrysostom writes: “When 58 I, 1,9 | waters” (XIII, 4). Thus, when St. Chrysostom states that 59 I, 1,9 | Homilies on Genesis, XV, 2-3).)~St. John Damascene devotes 60 I, 1,10 | Worshipful and Reigning Trinity” (St. Isidore of Pelusium). In 61 I, 1,11 | seem to us, insignificant. St. Gregory the Theologian 62 I, 1,11 | salvation and eternal life” (St. Chrysostom, Commentary 63 I, 1,13 | by~struggle and prayer” (St. Cyril of Jerusalem). The 64 I, 1,15 | nothing can penetrate Him” (St. John Damascene). “That 65 I, 1,15 | fully the nature of God” (St. John Chrysostom).~ 66 I, 1,16 | unending, and unceasing” (St. John Damascene). Thewords, 67 I, 1,16 | unchangeable and without beginning (St.~John Damascene).~ 68 I, 1,18 | worshipped~with one worship” (St. John Damascene, Exact Exposition 69 I, 2,3 | the Holy Spirit.” Of this, St. Ambrose of Milan notes: “ 70 I, 2,3 | manuscripts).~In addition, St. Athanasius the Great interprets 71 I, 2,4 | beginning. For example, St. Irenaeus of Lyon, a disciple 72 I, 2,4 | Irenaeus of Lyon, a disciple of St. Polycarp~of Smyrna, who 73 I, 2,4 | the Divine services. Thus, St. Basil the Great quotes 74 I, 2,4 | unto the ages of ages.” And St. Basil says that thisdoxology 75 I, 2,4 | the like. But this is what St. Gregory the Theologian 76 I, 2,4 | one Godhead and Power” (St. Gregory the Theologian, 77 I, 2,5 | Father — this we do not know (St. John Damascene).~No kind 78 I, 2,5 | begetting and this procession?” St. Gregory the Theologian 79 I, 2,6 | of the Son to the Father. St. Dionysius of Alexandria ( 80 I, 2,6 | Interpreter and Herald”~(Quoted in St. Athanasius, De sentent 81 I, 2,6 | thought, is used much by St. John of Kronstadt~in his 82 I, 2,6 | the quoted citation from St. Dionysius of Alexandria, 83 I, 2,7 | century), and likewise by St. Mark of~Ephesus, who took 84 I, 2,7 | theologians for their innovations, St. Maximus the~Confessor ( 85 I, 2,7 | His existence from Him. St. Maximus the Confessor himself 86 I, 2,9 | authoritative example of St.~Basil the Great, it became 87 I, 2,9 | 20:17) is to be found in St. Athanasius the Great (in 88 I, 2,9 | against the Arians), in St. Basil the Great (in his 89 I, 2,9 | book against Eunomius), in St. Gregory~the Theologian, 90 II, 3,2 | existence~out of nothingness.~St. Damascene writes: “Now, 91 II, 3,2 | Lord, the Giver of life.” St. Irenaeus of Lyons writes,~“ 92 II, 3,2 | The same idea is found in St. John of Kronstadt (My Life 93 II, 3,3 | things which did not exist.” St. John Damascene says (as 94 II, 3,4 | answer is: I do not know.” St. Gregory the Theologian 95 II, 3,4 | and that which is~not” (St. Gregory the Theologian, 96 II, 3,4 | before there was a world, St.~Methodius of Patara notes, “ 97 II, 3,5 | the revelations given to St. John the Theologian in 98 II, 3,5 | Creator and served Him. St. Gregory the Theologian 99 II, 3,5 | which is between them.” St. John Damascene~also follows 100 II, 3,5 | also follows the thought of St. Gregory the Theologian ( 101 II, 3,5 | eyes. Angels, instructs~St. John Damascene, “do not 102 II, 3,5 | Tobit 12:19).~“Now,” as St. John Damascene expresses 103 II, 3,5 | quite explicitly. Thus, St. Basil the Great writes: “ 104 II, 3,5 | 23; Russian ed. of Soikin St.~Petersburg, 1911, vol. 105 II, 3,5 | vol. 1, p. 622). Likewise, St. John Damascene teaches: “ 106 II, 3,5 | Luke 2:13).~“Reckon,” says St. Cyril of Jerusalem, “how 107 II, 3,5 | express more than these” (St. Cyril of Jerusalem, Catechetical 108 II, 3,5 | which bears the name of~St. Dionysius the Areopagite, 109 II, 3,5 | others. Here are the words of St. Gregory the Dialogist on 110 II, 3,5 | This idea is developed by St.~Chrysostom, Blessed Theodoret, 111 II, 3,5 | beings there are,” reflects St. Dionysius in the Heavenly 112 II, 3,5 | spiritual heavens. This~is why St. Gregory the Theologian 113 II, 3,5 | uphold the whole~world” (St. Gregory the Theologian, “ 114 II, 3,5 | Creator of all things” (St.~Gregory the Theologian, 115 II, 3,5 | The Seer~of mysteries, St. John, writes, in the 16th 116 II, 3,6 | the~giving of life to it. St. John Damascene notes: “ 117 II, 3,6 | exalted dignity of the soul, St. Gregory the Theologian 118 II, 3,6 | the Book of Genesis).~That St. Gregory the Theologian 119 II, 3,6 | have imagined such things (St. Athanasius the Great).~ 120 II, 3,6 | mystery known to God alone” (St. Cyril of Alexandria), and 121 II, 3,6 | continues to create.”~St. Gregory the Theologian 122 II, 3,6 | from the~original seed (St. Gregory evidently means 123 II, 3,6 | Homily 7, “On the Soul”). St. Gregory of Nyssa has the 124 II, 3,6 | same view.~In his diary, St. John of Kronstadt has this 125 II, 3,6 | Kingdom of the Son of God. St. Paul writes, “For to me 126 II, 3,6 | that the soul might live” (St. Justin Martyr); “the soul 127 II, 3,6 | Who makes it immortal” (St. Cyril of Jerusalem and 128 II, 3,6 | distinction is found in St. Justin~Martyr, Tatian, 129 II, 3,6 | Chrysostom, Blessed~Augustine, St. John Damascene). Blessed 130 II, 3,6 | Gen. 1:27). About this St. Gregory of Nyssa reasons,~“ 131 II, 3,6 | and wisdom of the Creator. St. Basil the Great, in his 132 II, 4,1 | gives~life and preserves” (St. Athanasius the Great, “ 133 II, 4,2 | 2:25), is interpreted by St. John Damascene~as “the 134 II, 4,2 | their own actions. “Man,” as St. Irenaeus expresses it, “ 135 II, 4,2 | virtue and fall into vice” (St. John Damascene, Exact Exposition, 136 II, 5,1 | as Blessed Augustine~and St. Gregory the Theologian 137 II, 5,1 | corruption. According to~St. Basil the Great, sufferings 138 II, 5,3 | Let us make note here of St. John of Kronstadt's reflection 139 II, 5,3 | diseases in fallen man, St. Cyril of Alexandria says~ 140 II, 5,3 | under the presidency of St. Cyprian, decreed the following 141 II, 5,3 | greatest of~the prophets, St. John the Forerunner, was “ 142 II, 5,3 | sin reached unto all men” (St. Athanasius the Great, Four 143 II, 5,3 | frequently in~the Fathers (St. Symeon the New Theologian, 144 II, 5,3 | Symeon the New Theologian, St. Maximus the Confessor). 145 II, 5,3 | is applied in translating St. Augustine. The second expression 146 II, 5,3 | Archimandrite Chrysostomos, St. Gregory Palamas Monastery, 147 II, 6,3 | someone else’s trophies” (St. Cyril of Alexandria). “ 148 II, 6,3 | then~salvation is a dream” (St. Cyril of Jerusalem). Other 149 II, 6,3 | He was Man, but not God.~St. Cyril of Alexandria stepped 150 II, 6,3 | the exposition of faith of~St. Cyril of Alexandria concerning 151 II, 6,3 | Exposition of the Orthodox Faith, St. John Damascene speaks thus 152 II, 6,3 | in Christ is defined by St. John Damascene as “mutually 153 II, 6,3 | Hypostasis is explained by St. John~Damascene in the Exact 154 II, 6,4 | Veneraton of the Mother of~God, St. Herman Brotherhood, Platina, 155 II, 6,4 | flesh of the Virgin~Mary” (St. Ignatius the God bearer, 156 II, 6,4 | Ignatius the God bearer, St. Irenaeus). Exactly the 157 II, 6,4 | confirming the following words of St. Cyril of Alexandria: “If 158 II, 6,4 | Eastern Patriarchs in 1672. St. John Damascene in~his second 159 II, 6,6 | Matt. 3:10). Thus did St. John the Forerunner~warn 160 II, 6,6 | significance.~Therefore, St. Gregory the Theologian 161 II, 6,6 | he obeys in all things?” (St. Gregory the~Theologian, 162 II, 6,6 | theological reflection of St. Gregory the Theologian, 163 II, 6,6 | found in 1 John 2:2, and in St. Paul's epistle to the Hebrews 164 II, 6,7 | perfect Man,”~as teaches St. John Damascene (Exact Exposition 165 II, 6,8 | we read in the~Epistle of St. Peter: “For Christ also 166 II, 6,8 | the spirit” (1 Peter~4:6). St. Paul speaks of the same 167 II, 6,8 | 10).~To use the words of St. John Chrysostom, “Hell 168 II, 6,8 | to its perfect~fulness.~St. Symeon the New Theologian 169 II, 7,3 | according to the Apocalypse of St. John the Theologian, “He 170 II, 7,3 | Thy sheep” (The Prayer of St. Antioch in the Prayers 171 II, 7,3 | a single Head” (Works of St. Chrysostom in Russian, 172 II, 7,3 | Third Ecumenical Council, St. Cyril of Alexandria, in 173 II, 7,3 | Peter to found His Church,~St. Juvenal, Patriarch of Jerusalem, 174 II, 7,4 | difference in dignity” (St. John Chrysostom, “Eulogy~ 175 II, 7,4 | ever-memorable Russian Pastor, St. John of Kronstadt, in his “ 176 II, 7,4 | believe in the Church” (St. John of Kronstadt, “What 177 II, 7,4 | itself. In the Apocalypse~of St. John the Theologian we 178 II, 7,5 | at one or another moment. St. Gregory the Theologian 179 II, 7,5 | grief (Farewell Sermon of St. Gregory the Theologian 180 II, 7,5 | And where are those,” says St. Gregory in another Homily, “ 181 II, 7,5 | stones, and disdain pearls” (St. Gregory the Theologian, 182 II, 7,5 | Prayer at the Liturgy of St. Basil the~Great). “We glorify 183 II, 7,5 | prayer with schismatics). St Basil the Great explains: “ 184 II, 7,5 | encountered several times in St.~Ignatius the God bearer, 185 II, 7,6 | part in preaching, as did St. Stephen, who~sealed his 186 II, 7,6 | martyr’s blood; and like St. Philip, who performed the~ 187 II, 7,6 | helpers of the bishops.~St. Justin the Martyr writes: “ 188 II, 7,6 | hierarchy. The Apostolic Father, St. Ignatius,~expresses in 189 II, 7,6 | church literature. The same St. Ignatius writes: “Where 190 II, 7,6 | uninterrupted~succession.~St. Irenaeus of Lyons writes: “ 191 II, 8,1 | Catechetical~Lectures of St. Cyril of Jerusalem. In 192 II, 8,1 | case are the expressions of St. Symeon the New Theologian ( 193 II, 8,1 | their course” (Homilies of~St. Symeon the New Theologian, 194 II, 8,2 | the name of “mysteries.” St. Ignatius the~God-bearer, 195 II, 8,2 | par. 2). These words of~St. Ignatius overturn the assertion 196 II, 8,2 | He Who~does all of this” (St. Symeon the New Theologian, 197 II, 8,3 | the~Baptism of children. St. Gregory the Theologian, 198 II, 8,3 | known under the name of St. Dionysius the Areopagite, 199 II, 8,4 | growth in spiritual life.~St. Cyprian writes, “Those 200 II, 8,4 | of~Alexandria, Ambrose). St. Ephraim the Syrian writes: “ 201 II, 8,4 | your members are sealed.” St.~Basil the Great asks: “ 202 II, 8,4 | the “gift of the Spirit” (St. Isidore of Pelusium), “ 203 II, 8,4 | the symbol of the Spirit” (St. Cyril of Jerusalem).~St. 204 II, 8,4 | St. Cyril of Jerusalem).~St. Cyprian testifies that 205 II, 8,4 | participants of Christ,” says St. Cyril of Jerusalem, “you 206 II, 8,5 | Apostle Paul.~In the Gospel of St. Matthew, in the 26th chapter, 207 II, 8,5 | in the First Epistle of St. Paul to the~Corinthians, 208 II, 8,5 | most ancient ones, such as St. Ignatius the God-bearer, 209 II, 8,5 | ancient~church writers such as St. Justin the Philosopher. 210 II, 8,5 | transformation of water into wine (St. John Chrysostom, St. Ambrose, 211 II, 8,5 | wine (St. John Chrysostom, St. Ambrose, St. Cyril of Jerusalem,~ 212 II, 8,5 | Chrysostom, St. Ambrose, St. Cyril of Jerusalem,~St. 213 II, 8,5 | St. Cyril of Jerusalem,~St. Damascene, and others). 214 II, 8,5 | our own body and blood~(St. John Damascene).~The manner 215 II, 8,5 | the rite of the Liturgy of St. Basil the Great and St. 216 II, 8,5 | St. Basil the Great and St. John Chrysostom, before 217 II, 8,6 | through them by God Himself.~St. John Chrysostom, having 218 II, 8,6 | be forgiven. “For,” says St. John Chrysostom~about the 219 II, 8,6 | 7). In the Apocalypse of~St. John the Theologian we 220 II, 8,7 | may indicate the homily~of St. Irenaeus of Lyons (second 221 II, 8,8 | after conversion, for as St. Paul says: “The unbelieving 222 II, 8,8 | evil . immoral life (as St. Basil the Great explains).~ 223 II, 8,9 | the Mystery of Unction in~St. Irenaeus of Lyons and in 224 II, 8,9 | Unction; and likewise in St. Cyril of Alexandria. In 225 II, 9,1 | availeth much" (James~5:16). St John the Theologian saw 226 II, 9,2 | the brother of the Lord, St. Basil the Great, St. John 227 II, 9,2 | Lord, St. Basil the Great, St. John Chrysostorn, and St.~ 228 II, 9,2 | St. John Chrysostorn, and St.~Gregory the Dialogist. 229 II, 9,2 | indeed profitable for us. St. John Damascene remarks: “ 230 II, 9,3 | the book of Revelation of St. John the Theologian: “And 231 II, 9,3 | spare and have mercy on us.” St. Cyril of Jerusalem, explaining 232 II, 9,3 | of the~martyric death of St. Ignatius the God-Bearer ( 233 II, 9,5 | icons was set forth first by St. John Damascene in his treatises 234 II, 9,5 | tr. by David Anderson, St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 235 II, 9,6 | their words. For example, St. Ambrose says in his homily 236 II, 9,6 | testimonies may be read in St.~Gregory the Theologian, 237 II, 9,6 | Gregory the Theologian, St. Ephraim the Syrian, St. 238 II, 9,6 | St. Ephraim the Syrian, St. John Chrysostom, Blessed 239 II, 9,6 | describing the martyr's death of St. Ignatius the~God-Bearer, 240 II, 9,6 | them on their shoulders, as St. John~Chrysostom later testified, “ 241 II, 9,6 | after the martyr's death of St. Polycarp, Bishop of Smyrna, 242 II, 9,6 | Christiansgathered the bones of St. Polycarp as a~treasure 243 II, 9,6 | Orthodox saints (for example, St. Seraphim of Sarov, St. 244 II, 9,6 | St. Seraphim of Sarov, St. Herman of Alaska) there 245 II, 9,6 | only~bones. The relics of St. Nectarios of Pentapolis ( 246 II, 0,2 | powers who will “take it” (St. John Chrysostom.). For, 247 II, 0,2 | of these ideas is made by St Cyril of Alexandria in his~“ 248 II, 0,2 | presented in~the life of St Basil the New (March 26), 249 II, 0,2 | which the angel~made to St Macarius of Alexandria when 250 II, 0,2 | see The Soul After Death, St. Herman Brotherhood, Platina, 251 Add, 0,3 | fellow members on earth. St.~Gregory the Theologian 252 Add, 0,4 | about our spiritual enemies. St. Paul writes to the Ephesians:~“ 253 Add, 0,4 | account for its moral state.~St. Basil writes, “Let no one 254 Add, 0,4 | translation into a distant place” (St. Basil the Great, quoted 255 Add, 0,4 | Sylvester, Vol. 5, p.89).~St. Gregory the Theologian, 256 Add, 0,4 | striking picture found in St. John Chrysostom: “If, in 257 Add, 0,4 | give us as a prey to them” (St. John Chrysostom, Homily 258 Add, 0,4 | toll-houses, as we see in St. Cyril of Alexandria's “ 259 Add, 0,5 | first and second epistles of St. John the Theologian. But 260 Add, 0,5 | Testament in the Apocalypse of St. John the Theologian (Chapters 261 Add, 0,5 | hypothetically, but in detail,~by St. Cyril of Jerusalem in his 262 Add, 0,5 | the fifteenth), and by St. Ephraim the~Syrian in his “ 263 Add, 0,5 | Eerdmans translation of~St Cyril's Catechetical Lectures, 264 Add, 0,5 | Catechetical Lectures, pp. 106-110. St. Ephraim's homily, “Concerning 265 Add, 0,5 | d) In the Apocalypse of St. John the Theologian there 266 Add, 0,7 | others~darkness,” reflects St. Ephraim the Syrian on this 267 Add, 0,7 | places). In the Apocalypse~of St. John the Theologian this 268 Add, 0,7 | the words of the~angel to St. Macarius of Alexandria 269 Add, 0,7 | not” by a spiritual son of St. Seraphim~of Sarov (“Are 270 Add, 0,7 | future torments of gehenna.). St. John Damascene remarks: “ 271 Add, 0,7 | 406).~“I know,” writes St. John Chrysostom, “that 272 Add, 0,7 | a similar explanation in St. Irenaeus of Lyons (Against~ 273 Add, 0,7 | Heresies, Book 5, Ch 27).~St. Gregory the Theologian 274 Add, 0,7 | called in the Apocalypse of~St. John the Theologian the “ 275 Add, 0,7 | learn from the teaching of St. Anthony the Great, who 276 Add, 0,7 | HisKingdom will have no end” St. Cyril of Jerusalem says 277 Add, 0,7 | in glory”~(1 Cor. 15:41).~St. Ephraim the Syrian says: “ 278 Add, 0,7 | contemplation~and a single joy” (St. Ephraim the Syrian, On 279 App, 2 | rational, abstract deductions. St. Basil the Great, in his 280 App, 3 | as a receiving~of grace. St. John Damascene writes: “ 281 App, 4 | the Hypostatic Love (see St.~Symeon the New Theologian, 282 App, 5,2 | patriarchs, prophets (among whom St. John the Forerunner is~ 283 App, 5,2 | the second century (cf. St. Ignatius of Antioch). In 284 App, 5,2 | that see between AD 315 (St. Metrophanes) and 1025 ( 285 App, 5,2 | Metrophanes) and 1025 (St. Eustathius), with the exception 286 App, 5,2 | When Symeon the Pious, St. Symeon the New Theologian' 287 App, 5,2 | years of~ascetic labor, St. Symeon, knowing the intensity 288 App, 5,2 | monastics and laity alike. St. Sergius~II, then Patriarch 289 App, 5,2 | heard of this, summoned St. Symeon to appear before 290 App, 5,2 | years. To attain their goal, St. Symeon's opponents did 291 App, 5,2 | the Saint and~his elder. St. Symeon was ordered to appear 292 App, 5,2 | they nevertheless ordered St. Symeon henceforth to celebrate 293 App, 5,2 | establishment of peace, St. Symeon decided to leave 294 App, 5,2 | near the ancient church of St. Marina, where he later 295 App, 5,2 | solemnity (cf. “Life of St. Symeon the New Theologian” 296 App, 5,3 | conditions of the Turkish Yoke. St. Nicephorus of~Chios, who 297 App, 5,3 | numbering of his predecessor,~St. Peter, Metropolitan of 298 App, 5,3 | reigned 1354-55, 1364-76) for St.~Gregory of Palamas, Archbishop 299 App, 5,3 | Philotheus it is clear~that: 1) St. Gregory Palamas was numbered 300 App, 5,3 | concerning the glorification of St. Gerasimus of Cephalonia, 301 App, 5,3 | clergy, that the above-named St. Gerasimus be venerated 302 App, 5,3 | concerning the numbering of St. John of~Crete and his ninety-eight 303 App, 5,4 | these days with solemnity. St. Basil the Great and St. 304 App, 5,4 | St. Basil the Great and St. Gregory~the Theologian 305 App, 5,4 | the saints. In his Life of St. Anthony, St.~Athanasius 306 App, 5,4 | his Life of St. Anthony, St.~Athanasius reports the 307 App, 5,4 | reigned 337-61), son of St. Constantine the Great,~ 308 App, 5,4 | sborniki (anthologies) of St. Cyril's~White Lake Monastery 309 App, 5,4 | Russian saints to be found: St. Sergius of Radonezh, St. 310 App, 5,4 | St. Sergius of Radonezh, St. Peter, Metropolitan of~ 311 App, 5,4 | Metropolitan of~Moscow, St. Alexis, Metropolitan of 312 App, 5,4 | Metropolitan of Moscow, St. Leontius, Bishop of Rostov, 313 App, 5,4 | Leontius, Bishop of Rostov, St. Cyril of Byelozersk,~the 314 App, 5,4 | baptism); there then followed St.~Theodosius of the Kiev 315 App, 5,4 | Caves Lavra; then, perhaps, St. Nicetas, Bishop of Novgorod, 316 App, 5,4 | the~book.~From the life of St. Job of Pochaev, written 317 App, 5,4 | Metropolitan (who apparently knew St. Job~and the Monastery of 318 App, 5,4 | honorable and pure life of St. Job in detail.~Ascertaining 319 App, 5,4 | ailments receive healing, for St. Job was in this life~adorned 320 App, 5,4 | of their glorifications):~St. Demetrius, Metropolitan 321 App, 5,4 | Metropolitan of Rostov; St. Innocent, first Bishop 322 App, 5,4 | first Bishop of Irkutsk; St. Metrophanes,~first Bishop 323 App, 5,4 | first Bishop of Voronezh; St. Tikhon of Zadonsk, Bishop 324 App, 5,4 | Zadonsk, Bishop of Voronezh; St. Theodosius,~Archbishop 325 App, 5,4 | Archbishop of Chernigov; St. Seraphim of Sarov; St. 326 App, 5,4 | St. Seraphim of Sarov; St. Joasaph, Bishop of Belgorod; 327 App, 5,4 | Joasaph, Bishop of Belgorod; St. Hermogenes,~Patriarch of 328 App, 5,4 | Hermogenes,~Patriarch of Moscow; St. Pitirim, Bishop of Tambov; 329 App, 5,4 | Pitirim, Bishop of Tambov; St. John, Metropolitan of Tobolsk;~ 330 App, 5,4 | Metropolitan of Tobolsk;~St. Joseph, Bishop of Astrakhan.~ 331 App, 5,5 | of a church dedicated to~St. Paraskeva over his grave, “ 332 App, 5,5 | that molebens be chanted to St. Maximus~in a holy manner, 333 App, 5,5 | celebration of the memory of St. Joseph~of Volotsk, the 334 App, 5,5 | Amen.” The veneration of St. Joseph~was thrice instituted — 335 App, 5,5 | the general veneration of St.~Cornelius of Komel came 336 App, 5,5 | the monastery in honor of St. Cornelius, that it~had 337 App, 5,5 | that requested healing from St. Cornelius~had received 338 App, 5,5 | stichera, canon,~and life of St. Cornelius. The patriarch, 339 App, 5,5 | concerning the miracles of St. Cornelius and received 340 App, 5,5 | that “at the reliquary of St. Cornelius the Wonderworker 341 App, 5,5 | stichera, canon, and life of St. Cornelius and found the 342 App, 5,5 | and in the monastery of St. Cornelius, and at the cathedral 343 App, 5,5 | glorification of the Holy Hierarch St. Metrophanes of Voronezh,~ 344 App, 5,5 | on the glorification of St. Tikhon of Zadonsk says: “ 345 App, 5,5 | onthe very day of his [St. Tikhon's] repose, wrote 346 App, 5,5 | concerning the glorification of St. Seraphim of Sarov is expressed 347 App, 5,5 | Russian Church, such as St. Theodosius of Chernigov,~ 348 App, 5,5 | Theodosius of Chernigov,~St. Seraphim of Sarov and later


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