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Invisible fight

Nikodim Hagiorite (1748-1809) was a monk Dionysiou monastery in Mount Athos. As a writer occupies a prominent place in the history of ascetic literature. In cooperation with Corinthian Bishop Macarius published in 1782 in Venice, a selection of texts from svetootačkih and ascetic writings called the Philokalia (Philokalia). Even today it is a book through which the monks familiar with the most beautiful sections of ascetic literature. Having studied the spiritual practitioner training in both eastern and western monk Nikodim Hagiorite published in Venice in 1796 and his second book Aoratos polemos (invisible struggle). This book presents universal Christian experience on the method of spiritual training. A few years ago (31 May 1955) The Ecumenical Patriarchate has made the decision to Nikodim Hagiorite, because of his holy life and great help by his writings pointed thousands of souls to be saved, to be placed in the order of saints of the Orthodox Church. Work Nikodima Hagiorite popularized in our Slavic world first, his contemporary Pajsije Veličkovski (1722-1794). Pajsije father was Ukrainian, podvizavao the first in the Russian Skete of St. Elias on the decline, and then transferred to the monastery Neamt (Moldavia), where he worked as a live in Russia and Romania to revive the Mount Athos monastic tradition. He has already prepared slovenskorusko 1793 edition of the Philokalia, which was printed this year in St. Petersburg. Later he expanded edition released Philokalia in Russian in 5 large volumes of Bishop Theophan the Recluse. Bishop Theophan was translated into Russian and invisible struggle. The talented young Serbian monk Jovan Rapajić (1910- 1945) gave the initiative to fight invisible translated from Russian and the local language, which is still about twenty years ago and done. Multiplied on a typewriter in dozens of copies, invisible battle is read by our major monasteries as instructive reading for monks and nuns.

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