A Monk's Adventure: St. Symeon the Barefooted

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by Vassilios Bakoyiannis

St. Symeon’s life was unique-even when compared to other saints. Truly “God is wondrous in His saints” (Ps. 67:36). He was born in 1486, in one of the worst periods of Greek history. It was the beginning of the Ottoman occupation, and shortly after the fall of the Constantinople in 1453. Ηis presence was a divine gift to the enslaved Church. Let us now take a closer look into this holy drama.

About the Author: Archimandrite Vassilios Bakoyiannis was born in 1953. He received a bachelor’s degree in Theology from the Theological Academy of Athens, and from the Theological School of the University of Belgrade in Serbia. A Master’s degree in Theology from St. Vladimir’s Seminary in New York. And a Ph.D. in Theology from the Atlantic International University USA. Since 1975, he has authored over 50 spiritual books, several of which have been translated from Greek to various languages. He was ordained a priest in 1980 and serves in the Holy Metropolis in Patras, Greece.


Author: Vassilios Bakoyiannis

Format: Paperback

Dimensions: 6 X 9 inches

Page Length: 128 pages

Publisher: Other

AFP SKU: 006032

Retail Price: $15.95

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