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Lives of the Orthodox Saints  (61)

THE GREAT COLLECTION OF THE LIVES OF THE SAINTS 7 VOLUME SET

Author: #: 10135
Currently, this set includes seven volumes, when complete, the series will contain twelve volumes, one for each month of the Church year, beginning with September. Each volume includes one or more full length lives for each day of the month, about 50 in total. Also includes homilies for major feastdays. Set currently includes September, October, November, December, January, February, and March and each may be purchased separately. Compiled by Saint Demetrius of Rostov and translated from the Slavonic by Fr Thomas Maretta.

Price: € 260.63 £ 203.31 $ 330.56

FATHER HERMAN: ALASKA’S SAINT

Author: F.A. GOLDER #: 10136
In 1794 a group of Russian missionaries from Valaam Monastery arrived in Kodiak, Alaska. For the next forty years one member of their party would remain, enduring hunger, cold, and mockery. Today he is universally recognized as a Saint of the Orthodox Church: St. Herman of Alaska.

Price: € 8.34 £ 6.51 $ 10.58

GREAT MARTYR TSAR LAZAR OF SERBIA: HIS LIFE AND SERVICE

Author: #: 10137
Price: € 9.38 £ 7.32 $ 11.90

THE HERMITESS PHOTINI

Author: ARCHIMANDRITE J. SPETSIERIS #: 10138
Price: € 9.38 £ 7.32 $ 11.90

FLAME IN THE SNOW

Author: #: 10139
Price: € 13.50 £ 10.53 $ 17.12

THE LIFE OF ST. SAVA

Author: BISHOP NICHOLAI VELIMIROVICH #: 10141
St Sava is the best known and much loved Serbian saint. Born in 1173, as a young man he left the home of the father, the King of Serbia, went to MountAthos, became a monk and founded the great monastic house of Hilandar. In 1219 he was appointed the first archbishop of the newly organized autocephalous Serbian Church. He died in 1236 and was subsequently canonized as the spiritual “enlightener” of the Serbian Church.

Price: € 14.54 £ 11.34 $ 18.45

ST. EUSTATHIOS PLACIDAS: HIS LIFE, SUFFERING AND MARTYRDOM

Author: ST. JOHN THE FORERUNNER GREEK ORTHODOX MONASTERY #: 10142
St. Eustathios was a general in the Roman Army and friend of Emperor Trajan. After being converted to Christianity through a divine vision, he was stripped of imperial honors, imprisoned, and exiled with his wife and two young children. He was separated from his family under the most tragic circumstances, only to be reunited with them in glory thirteen years later, shortly before their martyrdom. St. Eustathios is praised in the hymnography of the Church as a second Job because of his incredible endurance in hardships and patient perseverance in temptations. The life of Saints Eustathios, Theopisti, Agapios and Theopistos are an inspiration and an example for all Christians, especially those who encounter numerous trials in their spiritual life.

Price: € 14.54 £ 11.34 $ 18.45

MONK OF MOUNT ATHOS

Author: ARCHIMANDRITE SOPHRONY SAKHAROV #: 10143
Silouan, an unlettered young peasant from the heart of European Russia, finished his military service in the autumn of 1892 and within a week set off for the Russian Monastery of St Panteleimon on Mount Athos. There, rooted in a tradition reaching back to the very beginnings of Christian monasticism, he came to a personal experience of Christianity akin to that of the Desert Fathers.

Price: € 14.60 £ 11.39 $ 18.52
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