"...When I reminisce about the past, I sometimes think that, just as I lived Saint James, so today there are and live among us other people, whether monks, priests or simple laymen, who seem like ordinary people, but are Saints . When you actually see some people living a very careful life and being humble. I believe that humility is the hallmark of Saints. And it is precisely this humiliation that makes them cut their will and fill with love for their neighbor. Whoever is not humble cannot love..."
The figure of a modern saint, Saint James (Tsalikis) of Evia,
through the description of Metropolitan Sisanius and Siatist Mr. Pavlos (Ioannou).