Saint Panagis Basias the Priest & Fool for Christ on Island of Kefallonia, Greece (+1888) led to the Holy Confession those who were about to die suddenly

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Saint Panagis Basias the Priest & Fool for Christ

on Island of Kefallonia, Greece (+1888) led to the Holy Confession

those who were about to die suddenly

St Panagis had the gift of foresight and prophecy, which he used to correct people. To those who were about to die soon violently, recommended they should go to confess their sins and to those who were about to commit a serious offense he warned them by giving them an inkling of what was going to happen. On a rainy night , he came across someone who was about to commit a sin and he shouted out:”Sin, sin, go back home!”.

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VASILEIA

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Fr. Photios Lavriotis the Fool for Christ on Lesbos Island in Greece (+2010) & his cassock

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Fr. Photios Lavriotis the Fool for Christ

on Lesbos Island in Greece (+2010) & his cassock

Father Photios Lavriotis the Fool in Christ who lived in Island of Lesvos in Greece (+2010) completed a total of 68 years as a clergyman, a liturgist of the Holy Sanctuary. He was loved by all and known for his courage, asceticism, and commitment to Orthodox tradition. For the peculiarity of his appearance, he said: “I am a monk, which is why I do not attach much importance to my cassock”.

 

The alms of Saint Panagis Basias, Fool for Christ, Priest on the island of Kefallonia (+1888)

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The alms of Saint Panagis Basias, Fool for Christ,

Priest on the island of Kefallonia (+1888)

He had sold all his family’s possessions and gave away whatever financial sources he came across to the poor , whom he considered to be his children. When he came into town, a bunch of poor women always followed him, and he would give them whatever he had, to the point of not having anything to eat himself. Like a new St Nicholas, he knew which family was in need and he intervened to support them or strengthen their faith to God. His love for his neighbor was mixed with bravery and he would often enter a shop, open the cash register drawer and get whatever he thought was necessary for his alms…One day a baker refused to give him what he asked for and his dough failed to rise.

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VASILEIA

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Saint Panagis Basias the Fool for Christ of the Island of Kefallonia in Greece (+1888) & the family which sent away a poor man empty-handed

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SYNAXARION-HAGIOLOGY

Saint Panagis Basias the Fool for Christ

of the Island of Kefallonia in Greece (+1888) & the family which sent

away a poor man empty-handed

St Panagis Basias, fool for Christ, priest on the island of Kefallonia, some other time visited a home, where, as they were expecting visitors, they had a pot boiling on fire and he overturned it , because a poor man had just passed by and they had sent him away empty-handed.

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VASILEIA

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Saint Panagis Basias the Fool for Christ, on the Island of Kefallonia, Greece (+1888) & the woman who revolted against God

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Saint Panagis Basias the Fool for Christ,

on the island of Kefallonia, Greece (+1888) and the woman

who revolted against God

A certain mother on the island of Kefallonia, Greece, who had just lost her two sons, one after the other, was totally devastated and revolted against God. Saint Panagis Basias ran to her house but as she refused to open the door cursing him, he opened her door by making the sign of the Cross on it. When he entered the living room , the portraits of the deceased were on the wall.The two faces came to life and they drew pistols and killed each other. Saint Panagis revealed to their mother afterwards that they had fallen in love with the same woman and they were about to die in this manner, had God not intervened to save them from this greater disaster.

Sources:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqNCEoRaEGYLYyaXLyN89Jw

VASILEIA

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SAINTS BOOK – ORTHODOXY