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  • While still a child, the family moved to Pontus; but he soon returned to Cappadocia to live with his mother's relations, an After this we find him at the head of a convent near Arnesi in Pontus, in which his mother Emily, now a widow, his sister Macrina and several oth
    16 KB (2,763 words) - 14:16, October 26, 2020
  • ...ger possessions, she and Macrina withdrew to a secluded family property in Pontus, picturesquely located on the banks of the Iris River and not far from Sain
    4 KB (667 words) - 17:14, December 3, 2018
  • ...in, France, Britain, Libya, the whole of Greece, and the dioceses of Asia, Pontus, and Cilicia; and (2) We have cast aside (the Jewish) way of calculating th
    32 KB (4,877 words) - 14:02, May 6, 2015
  • *358 [[Basil the Great]] founds monastery of Annesos in Pontus, the model for Eastern [[monasticism]].
    106 KB (14,323 words) - 23:01, May 30, 2020
  • ....iv.html Canon III])</ref> Mentioning in particular the provinces of Asia, Pontus and Thrace, it decreed that the synod of each province should manage the ec
    46 KB (7,252 words) - 02:21, February 21, 2013
  • Marcion was a native of Sinope (modern Sinop, Turkey), in Pontus, Asia Minor. He was a wealthy shipowner. According to St. [[Hippolytus of
    5 KB (720 words) - 20:02, October 12, 2009
  • John was born in 454 in the city of Nicopolis in Pontus on the Black Sea into the family of a military commander named Enkratius an
    5 KB (826 words) - 02:42, April 3, 2017
  • ...m]] in the Christian eremitic tradition. He is also called '''Evagrius of Pontus''' or '''Evagrius the Solitary'''. Although condemned in proceedings associ Evagrius was born in Pontus around the year 345 and studied under the [[Cappadocians|Cappadocian Father
    5 KB (718 words) - 00:16, August 6, 2012
  • ...[Nous]] and Noesis in Plato, Aristotle and [[Evagrius Ponticus|Evagrius of Pontus]],” ''Diotima'' 13, Proceedings of the Second International Week on the P * “Prayer in [[Evagrius Ponticus|Evagrius of Pontus]] and the Macarian Homilies,” in Ralph Waller and Benedicta Ward (edd.),
    46 KB (5,599 words) - 04:32, June 25, 2014
  • ...ng the monastic life together with him for a time in the [[hermit]]ages of Pontus. His father [[ordination|ordained]] him [[presbyter]] of the Church of Nazi
    7 KB (1,148 words) - 23:22, June 6, 2014
  • ...name of the charity pays homage to St. Basil, Bishop of Caesarea. Born in Pontus, Asia Minor, around 329AD, St. Basil relinquished a career in administratio
    20 KB (3,240 words) - 21:46, July 23, 2011
  • ...for instance, those called Alani are adjacent to and flank the diocese of Pontus, while the Russians border on that of Thrace."<ref>The Rudder, p. 276</ref>
    18 KB (2,906 words) - 23:18, April 3, 2010
  • ...e saint has completed his song. The ''[[Roman Martyrology]]'' states: "In Pontus, the birthday of Saint Athenogenes, [is celebrated, he was] an aged theolog
    4 KB (667 words) - 14:01, October 31, 2019
  • ...ter of Sebaste]], and [[Macrina the Younger]]. She lived in Neocaesarea in Pontus during the times of the Roman emperors Galerius and Diocletian.
    1 KB (199 words) - 18:07, October 24, 2012
  • He was born in Sinope of Pontus in 1897, where he began his primary education. He continued his studies at
    2 KB (291 words) - 08:24, June 16, 2020
  • ...clearest terms, that it was not in Cæsarea in 375, but in his retreat in Pontus (358-362), that Basil established Compline, which Hour did not exist prior
    11 KB (1,768 words) - 22:46, May 2, 2013
  • ...ecture. These were the Exarchs of Asia (at [[Ephesus]]), of Cappadocia and Pontus (at Caesarea), and of Thrace (at [[Heraclea]] Sintica). Later the advance o
    7 KB (1,067 words) - 21:20, January 28, 2011
  • ...agia Soumela]] (386-1923), which was built at [[w:Trabzon|Trapezounta]] in Pontus, on a high rock, where the holy icon was kept for centuries. ...t Melas”) and consequently signifies a particular locality in [[w:Pontus|Pontus]]. In the Pontic Greek dialect it is pronounced “sou Mela”. Hence the m
    13 KB (2,051 words) - 16:12, January 8, 2011
  • *358 [[Basil the Great]] founds monastery of Annesos in Pontus, the model for Eastern [[monasticism]]. *386 [[Panagia Soumela Monastery]] founded in Trebizond, Pontus, Asia Minor, after [[Apostle Luke|St. Luke's]] Icon of the [[Theotokos|Moth
    133 KB (18,861 words) - 18:12, May 29, 2020
  • ...e by St. Barnabas, and his acolyte St. Sophronios, is found at Mount Mela, Pontus of Asia Minor and renamed.'' ** [[John Chrysostom]] martyred in Comana of Pontus, [[September 14]] (fd [[November 13]]).
    60 KB (7,957 words) - 20:40, July 21, 2016

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