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St. Wilfrid was one of the key figures in the Christian mission in seventh century England. Here his life and apostolic labours are clearly set forth and placed firmly within the context of the undivided Christian world to which he belonged and upon whose strength and support he drew. The Byzantine,Latin, Anglo-Saxon and Celtic parts of the Church are shown as part of a greater whole.The author is a priest of the Greek Orthodox Church in England.
Price: € 13.33 £ 9.47 $ 14.89
SAINTS OF ENGLANDS GOLDEN AGE: A COLLECTION OF THE LIVES OF THE HOLY MEN AND WOMEN WHO FLOURISHED IN ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN BRITAIN
Excavations of Canterbury Cathedral have revealed remains of a tenth-century Cathedral. England has a significant Christian heritage from before the Norman conquest. This book is a excavation into the inheritance of Christian England from the sixth to the eighth centuries. A collection of fifty saints lives is accompanied by a complete English Orthodox Calendar and a service to All the Saints of Britain modelled on that to All the Saints of Russia. Handsomely illustrated with icons of St. Gregory the Dialogist, St. Augustine of Canterbury and St. John Maximovitch.
Price: € 21.67 £ 15.40 $ 24.20
This is an erudite but readable study of the Celtic Christian tradition in Welsh history, from the dawn of Christianity there until the present. The author shows how basic themes such as the Trinity, the Incarnation, creation and redemption reoccur throughout the centuries, in particular in the national poetic tradition.
Price: € 16.59 £ 11.80 $ 18.54