Patriarch Gregory V the Ethnomartyr

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Antonios Markou
Translated from the Greek by Patrick G. Barker
Publication Data: Etna, CA: Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies, 1992
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: 39
Dimensions (l × w × h): 21.3 cm × 13.8 cm × 0.2 cm

   
Antonios Markou
Translated from the Greek by Patrick G. Barker

Number XI of Monographic Supplement Series

“The heroic and selfless element in Gregory V derives from the fact that he did not see his office as a personal dignity, but as a rôle of responsibility and service to the whole Greek race, and, moreover, not only of those who were living in the revolutionary fever of 1821, but also those of future generations. When the vicissitudes of history summoned the Patriarch to act in accord with the magnitude of responsibility that his rôle placed upon him, he did not refuse this call, but consented to become the expiatory victim for the vindictive rage of the Hagarenes [Muslims].”
—“Foreword”

CONTENTS

About the Author
The Translator
FOREWORD
ST. GREGORY V, ŒCUMENICAL PATRIARCH, HIEROMARTYR, AND ETHNOMARTYR
Prologue
A
The Life of St. Gregory
B
Gregory and the Revolution of 1821
C
The Martyrdom and Testimony of Gregory
D
The Confirmation and Proclamation of Gregory’s Sanctity.
Epilogue
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