Greek-Orthodox books Publications If you have grown weary of the morbid clime of magic and occultism in children’s spectacles and literature…
Coloring pages, mazes, connect the dots etc. Christmas book. Bilingual book
Some order and reverence should be shown by every believer while in church. However, young children are not aware of that. This is an opportunity to learn! This is the first series of Orthodox Christian books for toddlers and young children... Their first book... As a game... As a friend... Enjoy!
Greek-Orthodox books Publications «UNIA: THE FACE AND THE DISGUISE» THE BOOK BY FR. GEORGE METALLINOS NOW CIRCULATING IN ENGLISH
Saint Porphyrios, "prescient, unassumign, humble, simple and ardent"*, was filled with an all-consuming love for Christ and for his fellow man, and every aspect of his being witnessed to what he so passionately confessed, namely, that Christ is fullness of life.
Contains 100 recipes, with corresponding pictures, from Mount Athos.
Elder Porphyrios, a Greek monk and priest who died in 1991, stands in the long tradition of charismatic spiritual guides in the Eastern Church which continues from the apostolic age down to figures such asd Saint Seraphim of Sarov and Staretz Silouan in modern times. In this book he tells the story of his life and, in simple, deeply reflected and profoundly wise words, he expounds the Christian Faith today.
A little angel makes his first trip to Earth. He meets there people -young and old. He makes good thoughts, avoid accidents, calms the angers and sweetens the pain of the people.
Who were the parents of Mother of God? How many steps did she take when she first walked? What did Christ do when she spokw to Him at the wedding at Cana? How is her soul depicted in icons? Children learn about Mary's life through looking ath the beautiful wall-paintings by Tzortzis from the main church of Dionysiou Monastery on Mount Athos.
The author, an assistant professor at the Aristoteleion University of Thessaloniki, writes in his introduction that ‘it is the aim of this guide, and it is our hope, that pilgrims and readers will be introduced to the life and the spirit of the monastic tradition that our monastery has humbly served over the centuries.’
A spiritual autobiography of a former Jesuit monk in Orthodoxy. He is the later bishop of Nazianzus Paul de Ballester, who was murdered in 1970 in Mexico.
The author, Elder Paisios, was blessed in being able to associate with many righteous Athonite fathers, "athletes" of Christ, or to hear others tell of them. He was deeply impressed by their holy simplicity, their unshakeable, genuine faith; he was moved by the generosity of spirit in which they struggled; he admired their self-denial unto death and their devotion to the ascetic ideal; he tasted and was sweetened by the honey of their virtues; and, being animated by the same spirit of Christian struggle, he imitated their godly achievements
Although the name of the Athonite Elder Anthimos has not yet been added to the Church's calendar of saints, many of those who knew him have testified to the holiness of his life, and his strictness, or exactitude, in matters of the Orthodox Faith.
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