The Great Disciple of Saint Anthony the Great
Through a life of astounding fasting, vigil, and prayer, what Anthony was for Egypt, Hilarion became for all of Palestine and beyond.
The disciple of Saint Antony the Great, the Father of monasticism, Saint Hilarion lived in Gaza in great asceticism and ardent prayer to God, overcoming hordes of demons and conquering the influence of the passions. A divine teacher, a strict ascetic, an amazing wonderworker, many who were desirous of the spiritual life gathered around him, and Saint Hilarion became for Palestine what Saint Antony was for Egypt.
Size 5½ x 8½ in., 54 Pages
Published by SAGOM Press