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EXOMOLOGETARION: A MANUAL OF CONFESSION

Author: OUR RIGHTEOUS, GOD-BEARING FATHER #: 10278
Volume one in the series:
The Works of Saint Nikodemos the Hagiorite

Price: € 35.05 £ 29.11 $ 38.64

ATHANASIUS OF ALEXANDRIA: THE LIFE OF ANTONY, THE COPTIC LIFE AND THE GREEK LIFE

Author: #: 10279
An Encomium on Saint Anthony, by John of Schmun
A Letter to the Disciples of Antony, by Serapion of Thmuis

Price: € 37.49 £ 31.14 $ 41.33

THE SPIRITUAL MEADOW

Author: JOHN MOSCHOS #: 10280
The second most valuable source of information, after the History of the Monks of Palestine of Cyril Scythopolis, regarding the history of monasticism in the Judaean desert is the collection of stories and anecdotes by John Moschus, a monk of the Judaean desert in the late sixth century. Moschus traveled frequently between the monastic centers of Egypt, Syria, Palestine, and Asia Minor. He collected his stories during his travels and compiled them in a Greek work known as Pratum Spirituale or Spiritual Meadow.

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THE TRIUMPHANT CHURCH: SELECTED GOLDEN NUGGETS FROM THE SAINTS OF THE EASTERN ORTHODOX CHURCH

Author: D.H. STAMATIS #: 10282
The writings of the early Church Fathers contain a myriad of spiritual gems for our enlightenment, meditation and edification. Basil the Great, John Chrysostom, Gregory the Theologian and Cyril of Alexandria are merely a few of the Fathers that have left us with volumes of material on any conceivable topic. To cover all the topics and every issue that the Fathers, Saints and Orthodox Theologians have addressed is beyond the scope of this volume. Some of the issues, however, are covered — in the form of an anthology — to expose the ethos and spirituality that these holy men have off ered for the edification of our faith. The Triumphant Church: Selected Golden Nuggets from the Saints of the Eastern Orthodox Church is intended to share some of the profound thoughts that the saints have grappled with both in breadth and depth. It addresses some issues and then presents some contemplative thoughts from the plethora of gems of these holy men. The Saints included in this volume are from the Greek, Slavic, American tradition and include both early, middle and modern ages..

Price: € 46.25 £ 38.42 $ 50.99

A SPIRITUAL PSALTER OR REFLECTIONS ON GOD

Author: ST. EPHRAIM THE SYRIAN #: 10283
A collection of hymns, compiled from the writings of St. Ephraim by Bishop Theophan the Recluse. A wonderful guide for anyone seeking a deeper life of Christian spirituality. This book, which long constituted one of the favorite sources of reading for monastics in pre-revolutionary Russia, has become a best-seller. A beautiful book.

Price: € 37.55 £ 31.19 $ 41.40

HYMNS

Author: EPHREM THE SYRIAN #: 10284

Blessed be the Child who today delights Bethlehem. Blessed be the Newborn Who today made the humanity young again. Blessed be the Fruit Who Bowed Himself down for our hunger. Blessed be the Gracious One Who suddenly enriched all of our poverty and filled our need.

St. Ephrem the Syrian

St. Ephrem (c.306-373) was born in the Mesopotamian city of Nisibis toward the end of the third century. An outpost of the Roman Empire, Nisibis and its Christian citizens were to be formed by the reign of Constantine and by the doctrines of the Council of Nicea. There, in the context of a large and sophisticated Jewish population and numerous Gnostic sects, Ephrem sought to defend Orthodox Nicene Christianity. His teaching and writing made him an influential voice in the life of Syriac Christianity through the peaceful years of Constantine`s patronage, the years of persecution after 361 under Emperor Julian, and the conflict between the Persians and the Romans which ultimately forced St. Ephrem to move to Edessa where he stayed until his death in 373.

It was as a poet that St. Ephrem made his greatest impact. Writing in isosyllabic verses called madrashe, he attained a literary brilliance that won him a place of prominence not only in his own tradition, but also in the Coptic, Ethiopian, Armenian, and Arabic traditions as well. His hymns, praised in the West by Jerome, had a formative influence on the development of the medieval religious drama in Europe. Blending Greek forms with his native style, he wove a highly crafted poetry of rich symbolism, attempting to fit the events of his day into a cosmic framework of God`s redemptive act in Christ.

Here, in a fresh and lively translation, are the Hymns on the Nativity, Hymns Against Julian, and the Hymns on Virginity and the Symbols of the Lord in which that voice may be heard closely and appreciated, wondered at, and enjoyed.

Price: € 41.24 £ 34.26 $ 45.47

THE LADDER OF DIVINE ASCENT

Author: ST. JOHN CLIMACUS TRANSLATED BY HOLY TRANSFIGURATION MONASTERY #: 10285
St. John Climacus, sixth century Abbot of Sinai, compared the spiritual life to a ladder of thirty steps, and explained in detail the challenges presented by each of these steps. This spiritual classic has brought inspiration and edification to every generation since that time, and has been treasured by both monastics and laymen. This edition includes a full color frontispiece of an icon of the Spiritual Ladder, from Mount Sinai.

Price: € 43.81 £ 36.39 $ 48.30

AD MONACHOS

Author: EVAGRIUS PONTICUS #: 10286
Jeremy Driscoll makes available for the first time in English the text known as Ad Monachos, by Evagrius Ponticus (345-399), who was among the first of the desert fathers to articulate in writing the wisdom of the monastic movement.The text is a collection of 137 proverbs composed in a style that imitates the proverbs of biblical Wisdom literature. The order in which the proverbs are presented holds a secret key to each proverb`s interpretation. The order of the whole functions as a spiritual road map for the arduous journey that leads through the exercise of love and temperance to the mind`s knowledge of the Holy Trinity.

Price: € 50.01 £ 41.54 $ 55.13

PACHOMIAN KOINONIA (VOL. III): THE WRITINGS OF ST. PACHOMIUS

Author: #: 10287
St Pachomius (c. 290-346) was the founder of coenobitic Christian monasticism. His `Rule` influenced St. Basil, John Cassian, St. Caesarius of Arles and St. Benedict. This collection of materials, contains the archives of a great event: the origin during the fourth century in Upper Egypt of communal religious life within Christianity.

Price: € 52.51 £ 43.62 $ 57.89
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