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  1. Christ Among Us

    Christ Among Us

    $29.00

    "We offer this book as a small contribution and aid for every young person who wishes to place the Divine Liturgy at the center of their life, as well as for parents and catechists who work closely with children. Being aware of the sublime nature of the Divine Liturgy, we have not presented a mere simplification of the meaning(s) of the Mystagogy, since we know that a right understanding of the Service comes from experiencing it... We hope that the inclusion of stories and illustrations will assist the conscientious reader in their effort to better understand the Divine Liturgy." Learn More
  2. Saint Iakovos of Evia

    Saint Iakovos of Evia

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    Garden of the Holy Spirit - Updated From his earliest years Iakovos Tsalikis wanted to become a monk, but he would have to wait. The world had to get to know him and he had to get to know the world. Born in Livísi, a picturesque village in Asia Minor, the Tsalikis family was forcibly uprooted from their ancestral homeland. Leaving the life they knew behind, they took with them what was their true life — their Faith. Resettled in Northern Evia, the future Saint was raised in piety and trained in virtue by his grandmother Despina and mother Theodora. Iakovos worked hard alongside his father, Stavros, and eventually became the provider for the family. At the age of 32, he realized his calling in life by entering the Monastery of Saint David the Elder in Evia, living the rest of his life there as a monk. He rose above insurmountable obstacles, labored ascetically beyond what is human and suffered greatly for the sake of Christ. He received divine gifts as his reward, including clairvoyance and miracle-working, becoming an Elder of great stature. The author of this book, Professor Stylianos Papadopoulos, was blessed to know the Elder personally. His intimate knowledge of the Elder’s life together with his literary talent make the story on these pages come alive. God has not left us without Saints in our age of falsehood and agnosticism. Saint Iakovos intercedes for us today, now glorified among the Saints in heaven. From the vivid, lively stories in this book, may we be moved to glorify God and ask Saint Iakovos to intercede for us! Learn More
  3. Jesus Christ His Life and Teaching

    Jesus Christ His Life and Teaching

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    Jesus Christ - His Life and Teaching Volume 1 It has been said that Jesus Christ is always actual, and at the same time always anticipating actuality. This is something that Metropolitan Hilarion has made abundantly clear in his monumental six-volume study. As he observes, throughout history there has never been a person about whom so much has been written; and yet the Metropolitan has himself found many new ways to restate, in fresh and vivid terms, the ancient truths about the Savior. This is a remarkable study that deserves to be read with close attention. —Metropolitan Kallistos Ware Learn More
  4. Metaphysics As a Personal Adventure

    Metaphysics As a Personal Adventure

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    Christos Yannaras in Conversation with Norman Russell Christos Yannaras remains one of the most fascinating voices in the Orthodox world. His theology is drawn less from books, than from encounters, experiences, the fate of Greece and of the world. All this is explored in an immensely engaging conversation with his principal translator, Norman Russell. An indispensible introduc-tion to the range and depth of Yannaras’ thought. —Andrew Louth, Professor Emeritus of Patristic & Byzantine Studies, Durham A captivating portrait of one of the most important contemporary Orthodox theologians and philosophers. It offers insight into Yannaras’ thought, and, perhaps more importantly, his ways of thinking—engaged, open, critical. It offers further depths for those already familiar with his works and a great introduction for those yet to encounter them. —Fr Georges Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics, SVS Christos Yannaras is a philosopher, theologian, and political thinker widely regarded as one of the most important Orthodox thinkers of the twentieth century. He sees theology—along with philosophy—not as an academic enterprise, but as a serious approach to reality in all the dimensions vital to life today. A controversial figure, he castigates much of what passes for Christianity in the East as well as in the West, calling it a religionization of faith. In this book he responds to searching questions concerning his work, setting his thinking as a whole in an integrated vision of knowledge, truth, relationship, and salvation. CHRISTOS YANNARAS is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the Panteion University of Athens. He is also well known in Greece as a public intellectual through his newspaper columns and television appearances. NORMAN RUSSELL is an honorary research fellow of St Stephen’s House, Oxford. He is a noted patristics scholar and the English translator of several of Yannaras’s books. Learn More
  5. Bearing God

    Bearing God

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    Life and Works of St Ignatius of Antioch The God-Bearer St. Ignatius, first-century Bishop of Antioch, called the “God-bearer,” is one of the earliest witnesses to the truth of Christ and the nature of the Christian life. Tradition tells us that as a small child, Ignatius was singled out by Jesus Himself as an example of the childlike faith all Christians must possess (see Matthew 18:1–4). In Bearing God, Fr. Andrew Damick recounts the life of this great pastor, martyr, and saint, and interprets for the modern reader five major themes in the pastoral letters he wrote: martyrdom, salvation in Christ, the bishop, the unity of the Church, and the Eucharist. Learn More
  6. Treasure in Earthen Vessels. Prayer and the Embodied Life

    Treasure in Earthen Vessels. Prayer and the Embodied Life

    $26.95

    “In the following pages, Fr. Stephen Muse provides us, not with a manual of prayer, but with an opening into the life of prayer by unveiling for us “the mystery of embodied life and the uncreated divine life.” Learn More
  7. Jesus Crucified. Baroque Spirituality of St Dimitri of Rostov. Treasures of Orthodox Spirituality.

    Jesus Crucified. Baroque Spirituality of St Dimitri of Rostov. Treasures of Orthodox Spirituality.

    $25.00

    St Dimitri of Rostov (1651–1709), the "Russian Chrysostom," is well-known for his hagiographic writings, yet his other works are almost unknown to English-speaking audiences. For the first time in English, Jesus Crucified presents a broad selection of St Dimitri's prayerful and poetic works written for private devotion and printed posthumously in Russia, from the eighteenth century down to the present day. Learn More
  8. St Luke of Crimea and Albert Schweitzer. Bringing together two great men.

    St Luke of Crimea and Albert Schweitzer. Bringing together two great men.

    $41.95

    Saint Luke and Albert Schweitzer are two great figures who marked the 20thcentury with their presence. One of them exposed himself to illnesses and had a hard life working in the tropics, while the other worked in the freezing cold of Siberia... Learn More
  9. Prologue of Ochrid, Vol1 and 2: Lives of Saints, Hymns, Reflections, and Homilies for Every Day of the Year

    Prologue of Ochrid, Vol1 and 2: Lives of Saints, Hymns, Reflections, and Homilies for Every Day of the Year

    $165.00

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    Lives of Saints, Hymns, Reflections, and Homilies for Every Day of the Year (Complete, Amplified, Revised, and Expanded) St Nikolai (1880-1956) has been called the “Serbian Chrysostom” for his theological depth and golden tongued eloquence. His Prologue has become a much-loved spiritual classic for Orthodox Christians worldwide. Learn More
  10. 2018 Icon Calendar, Icons of Christ and His Parables-Old Calendar (Julian version). Order now to secure your Calendar !

    2018 Icon Calendar, Icons of Christ and His Parables-Old Calendar (Julian version). Order now to secure your Calendar !

    $24.95

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    There are two 11" X 12" pages for each month, with a large size icon image on the top page, and a calendar page below. This calendar uses dates according to the Julian (or "old calendar")! Learn More

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