Monasticism

Greek Monasticism in the 19th Century [3] Protopresbyter George Metallinos 9 November 2017 The Spiritual Continuation However, the most substantive problem that alwa...
Greek Monasticism in the 19th Century [2] Protopresbyter George Metallinos 5 November 2017 The Decline of Asceticism and Spirituality The frenzy spread by the demand...
Greek Monasticism in the 19th Century [1] Protopresbyter Georgios Metallinos 30 October 2017 During the nineteenth century the newly created Greek State attempted to be...
A Note of Optimism 16 July 2017 In his article The Church, the Authentic Interpreter of the Scriptures, Kos...
The concept of common ownership of property is profoundly Christian in its theological content Dr. Nikolaos Koios, Content Coach of Pemptousia 20 February 2017 So the whole structure and organization of today’s coenobitic monasticism...
The Orthodox Monasteries as guards of a great cultural heritage Dr. Nikolaos Koios, Content Coach of Pemptousia 17 February 2017 Besides, the repair of traditional and historical buildings as well as th...
A monk is someone who is separated from everybody and attached to everybody Dr. Nikolaos Koios, Content Coach of Pemptousia 14 February 2017 How can quietude, poverty and the renunciation of worldly goods be preser...
The anthropological-ontological basis of the condemnation of wealth in the Gospel Dr. Nikolaos Koios, Content Coach of Pemptousia 8 February 2017 Inevitably, human weakness sometimes led to irregularities, such as an ac...
The economical management in the first great coenobia in Egypt Dr. Nikolaos Koios, Content Coach of Pemptousia 4 February 2017 With the appearance of coenobitic monasticism and the foundation of the f...
Monasteries and economical management: self-sufficiency equates with frugality Dr. Nikolaos Koios, Content Coach of Pemptousia 1 February 2017 In the Orthodox Church today, we can distinguish two basic institutional ...
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