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The Jesus Prayer (Metropolitan ANTHONY Bloom)

THOSE WHO HAVE read The way of a Pilgrim are familiar with the expression ‘The Jesus Prayer’. It refers to a short prayer the words of which are: ‘Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner,’ constantly repeated. The Way of a Pilgrim is the story of a man who wanted […]

June 27, 2011 in Homilies by

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On the Essence & Energies of God (V. Lossky)

“The theology of the Eastern Church distinguishes in God the three hypostases, the nature or essence, and the energies. The Son and the Holy Spirit are, so to say, personal processions, the energies natural processions. The energies are inseparable from the nature, and the nature is inseparable from the three Persons. These distinctions are of […]

June 27, 2011 in Homilies by

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“Repose of St. John the Theologian” according to St. Prochorus

The Translation of St. John the Theologian (Feast Day – September 26).  The Latter Years of the Apostle John (According to the Synaxarion) The last years of his life, the holy Apostle John spent in strict asceticism. He ate only bread and water, did not cut his hair, and dressed in simple linen garments. Because […]

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On the Cross (St. Theodore the Studite)

How precious the gift of the cross, how splendid to contemplate! In the cross there is no mingling of good and evil, as in the tree of paradise: it is wholly beautiful to behold and good to taste. The fruit of this tree is not death but life, not darkness but light. This tree does […]

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On the Beheading of the Forerunner (St. Justin Popovic)

Today is a little Great Friday, a second Great Friday. For today the greatest man among those born of women, John, the Holy Forerunner and Baptiser of the Lord, is murdered. On Great Friday, people murdered God, crucified God. On today’s holy great feast, people murdered the greatest of all men. It is not I […]

June 26, 2011 in Homilies by

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On Praying the Psalms (St. Athanasius)

I once talked with a certain studious old man, who had bestowed much labour on the Psalter, and discoursed to me about it with great persuasiveness and charm, expressing himself clearly too, and holding a copy of it in his hand the while he spoke.  So I am going to write down for you the […]

June 25, 2011 in Homilies by

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Sunday of All Saints

Come, let us praise the saints of North America, holy hierarchs, venerable monastics and glorious martyrs, pious men, women and children, both known and unknown! Through their words and deeds, in various walks of life, by the grace of the Spirit they achieved true holiness. Now as they stand in the presence of Christ Who […]

June 25, 2011 in Homilies by

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On Marriage and Family Life

Christian tradition often seems to give only grudging approval to the married life, particularly its sexual aspect. In these sermons of St John Chrysostom we find an important corrective to this view. Although himself a monk, Chrysostom had a profound understanding of the needs of his congregation. Inspired by the epistles to the Corinthians and […]

June 17, 2011 in Bookstore by

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Beginning to Pray

Beginning to Pray has established itself as a modern spiritual classic. Written by Metropolitan Anthony Bloom of Sourozh for people who had never prayed before, it is has been read and loved by persons at all levels of spiritual development in Orthodox, Catholic and Protestant traditions.

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Introducing the Orthodox Church

Here is a genuinely different and practical book for the inquirer and potential convert to Orthodox Christianity. It is different in a number of ways, all of which commend this volume to wide use by pastors whose task it is to introduce the members of their inquirers classes to an Orthodox way of life which […]

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