Elder Paisios of Mount Athos (+1994) is perhaps the greatest and most revered Elder of the Orthodox Church of our time. Even though he lived the monastic life in obscurity on the Holy Mountain of Athos in northern Greece, he became a shining light for thousands of faithful who flocked to see him. His life, miracles, and teachings continue to touch the hearts of people throughout the world to this day. The life of this contemporary saint is vividly told and beautifully illustrated and is sure to inspire all children (and adults!) who read it. Age 7 and up.
36 pp., softcover
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