Newly Glorified Saints of True Orthodoxy

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Maria
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Newly Glorified Saints of True Orthodoxy

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On NFTU, Anastasios jhas informed us that the GOC-K has glorified five new saints.
http://nftu.net/goc-k-glorifies-saints/

I have listed these saints and posted the fruit of google searches so that you can read all about them.

Saint Parthenius of Chios (+ Dec 8, 1883)
http://full-of-grace-and-truth.blogspot ... -1883.html
http://www.crossroadbooks.com.au/saint- ... -1883.html

Saint Pachomius of Chios (+ October 14, 1905)
http://orthodoxwiki.org/Pachomios_of_Chios
http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/ ... omios.html

Saint Catherine Routis of Mandra (+November 15,1927)
http://www.anastasioshudson.com/resourc ... ne-routis/

Saint Joseph of Desfina (+July 22, 1944)

Saint Ieronymos of Aegina (+October 3, 1966)
http://orthodoxwiki.org/Ieronymos_of_Aegina
https://www.facebook.com/notes/anastasi ... 9431865292 - notes from Anastasios Hudson
http://www.bostonmonks.com/pdfs/b046-el ... -flier.pdf
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Re: Newly Glorified Saints of True Orthodoxy

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I really wanna learn about St Joseph! I found a life on Scribd entirely in Greek. I tried transcribing parts but Google translate is not too smart...any sources there?
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