THE Archbishop Hieronymos has restored since 1994 a monastery in Boeotia and specifically the monastery of Agioi Theodoros in Boeotian sauce and has turned it into a personal retreat. The monastery, which belongs to Metropolis of Thebes and Livadia it was built and restored by Makariotatos when he was still metropolitan of Thebes. Outside his cell he has put the inscription “today mine, tomorrow another and never yours”.
So there, as stated by “Maximilian» the Archbishop invited friends and acquaintances, as he does several times a year, to host them in the magical place that hosts, among other things, peacocks, sheep, hens, fruit and vegetable crops, many trees such as pomegranates and olives. In the motley group that formed last weekend, co-editors were the familiar to all of us George Angelopoulos aka A Dane from Survivor, who received the Archbishop’s blessing to take the road again to the hermitage of Saint Dominic. In addition to Dano, the “present” was also given by papa-Dimitris Loupasakiswho is their priest Saint Isidore to Lycabettus and spiritual of Giorgos Angelopoulos, hence his presence in the sanctuary of Hieronymos.
As for Pope Dimitris, he is the priest who was allegedly cured of leukemia at the age of 14, when a woman “crucified” him, experiencing a miracle. Since then, he also “crucifies” with the same Holy Cross the faithful, who expect a miracle. The priest has been accused of the “miracles” he performs and even Holy Synod has started one research for what is heard about “miracle worker» priestwith the investigation having passed into the hands of the Metropolitan of Larissa, Hieronymos.
The father thing Loupasaki came into the news again last week, as the holy temple of Saint Isidorecelebrating the day of the Cross, was suffocatingly full of believers who had flocked by the hundreds since the previous night and had formed endless queues to worship and receive the blessing of the “miracle-working” priest.
The holy church of Saint Isidore had recently become a field of “sacred confrontation” when the Metropolitan of Argolis report the “false miracles” and spoke of “traction scam» about what is happening in the temple of Lycabettus. Mr. Nektarios had argued that “there is a great plague called Saint Isidore of Lycabettus and many people gather there, that supposedly miracles happen».