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  • The Memoirs of Metropolitan Evlogy

    These personal memoirs of Met. Evlogy, bridging two centuries, vividly bring to life perhaps the most tumultuous period of Russian history—from his election to the Second and Third State Dumas of 1907–12 to the chaos of the First World War and his participation in the All-Russian Council of 1917 amidst the fires of revolution.

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  • The Watchful Mind

    Written by an anonymous priest-monk living in asceticism on the Holy Mountain of Athos, The Watchful Mind is the fruit of a life of deep prayer. The unknown writer was a hesychast—a practitioner of stillness and the Jesus Prayer—and in these pages he shares with readers his hidden life, a life filled with spiritual struggles, ecstatic experiences, and mystical revelations.

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  • Remember the Days of Old: Orthodox Thinking on the Patristic Heritage

    The faith of the orthodox Christian is “apostolic,” in that it is continuous with the faith of the first century apostles. But to be truly apostolic it must be sent into the world, speaking to each new age. In this fresh and innovative work, Augustine Casiday shows us what it means to re-appropriate the wisdom of the Fathers and to give their words new life in a new age.

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  • Suffering and the Nature of Healing

    “Suffering and the Nature of Healing” explores the central relationship between the Incarnation of the Word of God as Jesus Christ and the nature of healing within the understanding of traditional Christianity. This understanding and teaching regarding sin, suffering, and death have had tremendous impact on the care of the sick.

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St Nicholai writes about St Sava in a simple, moving, and clear manner, con-veying the atmosphere and history of the time. Often brief chap-ters are accompanied by meditations on the meaning of particular events in St Sava's life.

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