From the Life of the Elder Ieronymos of Aegina (+1966)
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 Cadi is the Turkish word for "judge."
 See: http://www.orthodoxpress.org/catalog/lives_i.htm: “Father Ieronymos the Cappadocia, the renowned Elder of the isle of Aegina in Greece, was an exceedingly compassionate healer of souls, a clairvoyant Father-confessor who saw the secret thoughts hidden in the heart, and a may of unceasing prayer who attained to the heights of the vision of God. Those who knew him exclaimed that they had met another Saint Isaac the Syrian. He reposed in 1966. Along with many personal accounts, the book contains miracles worked by the Elder, numerous illustrations and a service composed in his honor.” 351pp. $22.00 An interesting flier about this book is here: http://www.thehtm.org/catalog/pdfs/b046-elder-ieronymos-flier.pdf?osCsid=9d27e5161ae8eb7d7b05d5bb8fa76688
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