KALLISTOS, Bishop of Diokleia
Ο Ορθόδοξος Δρόμος
St Maximos of Kapsokalyvia and Fourteenth-Century Athonite Hesychasm
The unity of the human person: The body-soul relationship in Orthodox Theology
The inner unity of the Philokalia and its influence in East and West
Η εσωτερική ενότητα και η επίδραση της Φιλοκαλίας σε Ανατολή και Δύση
Strange Yet Familiar: My Journey to the Orthodox Church
Bishop KALLISTOS Ware was born, Timothy Ware, in Bath, Somerset, in 1934 and was educated at Westminster School and Magdalen College, Oxford, where he took a Double First in Classics, as well as reading Theology. After joining the Orthodox Church in 1958, he traveled widely in Greece, staying in particular at the monastery of St John, Patmos, and he is familiar with the life of other Orthodox centres such as Mount Athos and Jerusalem. In 1966 he was ordained priest and became a monk, receiving the new name KALLISTOS. Since 1966 he has been back at Oxford as Spalding Lecturer in Eastern Orthodox Studies at the University. he also has pastoral charge of the Greek parish in Oxford. In 1970 he became a Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford. In 1982 he was consecrated titular Bishop of Diokleia and appointed assistant bishop in the Orthodox Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain (under the Ecumenical Patriarchate).