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The Canons to the Savior, the Mother of God, and the Guardian Angel: The Akathist to the Mother of God; the Psalms, Canon, and Prayers for Holy Communion. Part I, Tracks 1 - 15, consist of the Canons and Akathist as read by a monk of the Hermitage of the Holy Cross running for 36 minutes and 20 seconds. Part II, Tracks 16 - 35, is the reading of the Order of Preparation for Holy Communion and runs for 29 minutes and thirteen seconds.
The Hermitage of the Holy Cross has recorded the reading of the Psalter on three compact discs.
The Psalms are read in a manner common to Orthodox prayer services: a simple intonation minimizing any possibility of subjective interpretation. The arrangement of the Psalms into tracks on this disc also follows the liturgical practice of the Orthodox Church, where the whole Psalter is divided into twenty Kathismata and each Kathisma into three stases. Each stasis is concluded with a Trinitarian Doxology. The Psalter is read by a monk of the Hermitage of the Holy Cross. The packaging is full-color, with the three discs attached to a tri-fold digi-pak, all of which slides into a sturdy slipcover. Our hope is that those who purchase this recording will reap years of spiritual benefit from the use of the recording, which is an excellent accompaniment on a daily commute, road trip, or a day at work.
The Complete King James Version of the Old and New Testaments on 2-discs in MP3 Format. The discs are set up so you can pick which book of the bible you want to hear.
Eric Martin is an internationally acclaimed narrator and this work is very easy to listen to as he draws you into the Book of Our Faith.
Living the Orthodox Worldview is a recording of a lecture given by Fr. Seraphim Rose at the 1982 St. Herman Pilgrimage at the St. Herman Monastery in Platina, California. It was the final pastoral talk of Fr. Seraphim`s life—the fruit of his spiritual growth as an Orthodox Christian and his matured outlook as an Orthodox pastor. It contains many of the themes that he emphasized during the final years of his life: the need to have one`s Orthodox Faith enter into and transform the whole of one`s life, not just certain compartments of it; the need to cultivate a loving, merciful, and forgiving heart, to be simple and innocent in one`s spiritual life; the need to have a conscious Orthodox Faith, an Orthodox worldview, so that one will not be easily influenced by worldly ways of thinking and behaving; the need to be aware of the signs of the times and of the totalitarian demands that the modern world makes on one; the need to be down-to-earth and at the same time to have one`s heart in the other world with Christ; the need to nourish oneself with the Divine services, the Holy Mysteries, the Holy Scriptures, the Lives of Saints, and the writings of the Holy Fathers; the need to form the soul through the best artistic expressions of Christian culture, including Western Christian culture; and finally the need to take lessons from the experience of suffering Orthodox Christians behind the iron curtain.
Includes The 160-page Master Reference Guide and CD of the 1650-page computerized Volumes 1 thru 4 of the Philokalia.
The Philokalia are writings second only to the Bible in the Orthodox Christian faith. They represent priceless spirituality from the 4th to the 15th centuries. Sts. Makarios & Nikodemos brought these writings into the 18th century, while the translation of Palmer, Sherrard, & Bishop Kallistos Ware brought them into the English-speaking world of the 20th century.
This complete set of the writings of the Early Church Fathers translated into English is one of the most important collections of historical, philosophical and theological writings available to the student of the Christian Church. Includes the Libronix Digital Library System viewer.
The Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture from InterVarsity Press does what very few of today’s students of the Bible could do for themselves. With the aid of computer technology, the vast array of writings from the church fathers—including much that is available only in the ancient languages—have been combed for their comment on Scripture. From these results, scholars with a deep knowledge of the fathers and a heart for the church have hand selected material for each volume, shaping, annotating and introducing it to today’s readers. Each portion of commentary has been chosen for its salient insight, its rhetorical power and its faithful representation of the consensual exegesis of the early church.