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Lost Cell of Ukrainian Saint Paisius Discovered on Greece’s Mount Athos

Remains of cells once lived in by the Ukrainian Orthodox saint, Paisius Velichkovsky (also spelled, Paisii Velichkovsky), have been discovered on Greece's monastic community of Mount Athos. The recently rediscovered cell consists of a small stone monastic hut. According to...

Honoring Saint Paisios, One of Greece’s Most Beloved Saints

Each year on this day, July 12th, the Greek Orthodox faithful honor Saint Paisios, one of the most beloved figures in the Church. Known for his incredible prophesies, countless miracles, deep understanding of the love of God, and mysticism, Saint...

New TV Series in Greece Tells the Story of Saint Paisios

A new TV series on the story of Saint Paisios of Greece which started on Thursday on MEGA TV has had audiences glued to their sets. The television series includes big names in the world of Greek theater, television, and...

Thousands Queue to Worship at Tomb of Greek Saint (video)

Thousands of people queued from early in the morning on Wednesday to pray at the  tomb of Saint Paisios in northern Greece. On Thursday, July 12, the Orthodox Church celebrates the memory of Elder Paisios, whose holy canonization was made on...

Some Greeks Turn to Elder Paisios' Prophecies on Russia-Turkey Conflict

The tension that was created after the shooting down of a Russian jet fighter by Turkish warplanes has led several Greeks to refer to Elder Paisios' prophecies about war between Russia and Turkey. The ascetic monk Paisios, who became Saint...

Hundreds of Worshipers Visit St. Paisios' Tomb

Hundreds of worshipers traveled to Thessaloniki, Greece, in order to pay their respects to the recently canonized St. Paisios, whose tomb is located at the Monastery of Saint John the Theologian. It is estimated that a total of 1,500 people visit...

Elder Paisios Canonized by Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople

Elder Paisios has been canonized on Tuesday by Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople as he was unanimously accepted by the Holy Synod of the Greek Orthodox Church. As reported by the Ecumenical Patriarchate, he is now Saint Paisios and is added in...