== Monastery of St. Patapios ==
:''See Main Article: [[Monastery of St Patapios (Loutraki)|Monastery of St. Patapios in Loutraki, Greece]]''
His [[relic]]s was brought to the Geraneia mountains, in the Gulf of Corinth, by ascetics from Constantinople and sealed in a cave. In 1904, the [[relic]]s were discovered when the cave was opened. The saint's body had been placed beneath tiles and large leaves, to protect it from the damp, and it exuded a sweet odour. On the relic was a scroll giving Patapios's name, with a wooden cross and some Byzantine coins.
The holy relic is now in a special wooden structure at the back of the cave. In 1952 a Greek priest <ref> Father Nektarios Kyriakos</ref> built the all-female monastery on this site. The local people initially resisted this idea since the location of the monastery is very difficult to reach even to this day.
== Hymns and Troparia ==