Archbishop intervenes over alleged ‘miracle’ in church

[Nikos Kokkalias]

Archbishop Hieronimos is bringing the issue of the “miraculous” incident at the Church of St. Isidore on Mount Lycabettus in Athens to the Permanent Holy Synod in early October.

A “miracle” that supposedly happened in the chapel in recent years was posted on social media, attracting hundreds of worshipers wishing for a “cure” for various ailments.

The issue gained further attention in June, when Metropolitan Nektarios of Argolida published a video circulating on the internet showing the church’s priest, Father Dimitrios Rupasakis, crucifying people with mobility impairments and then starting to walk. publicly denounced. A blind man who seems to have regained his sight.

In a statement, the archdiocese said Hieronymos had “recently taken action and will provide details to the Holy Synod at its October meeting.”

“After discussion, it is expected that a relevant decision will be made,” the statement said. Archbishop intervenes over alleged ‘miracle’ in church

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