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A Little Corner of Paradise<br /> by Archimandrite Ioanichie Bălan A Trace in the Sand <br />by Efrosyni Zisimou Robinson Ascent to the Summit
Back Years of The St. Herman Calendar Beginnings of a Life of Prayer <br />by Archimandrite Irenei Cancer, My Love
Cancer, My Love
Price: $15.00
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Christ the Eternal Tao <br />by Hieromonk Damascene Contemporary Athonite Ascetics<br/> Vol. 1  <br />by Archimandrite Cherubim</span> Contemporary Athonite Ascetics<br/> Vol. 2 <br />by Archimandrite Cherubim
Diamonds on the Bosphorus <br />by Aliki Kafetzopoulou Door to Paradise Earthly Angel, Heavenly Man
Door to Paradise
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Eternity in the Moment <br />by Sorin Alpetri Father Herman: Alaska's Saint <br />by F.A. Golder Fr. George Calciu
Fr. George Calciu
Price: $19.00
God's Revelation to the Human Heart <br />by Fr. Seraphim Rose Great Martyr Tsar Lazar of Serbia: His Life and Service <br />by Fr. Daniel Rogich Little Russian Philokalia, Vol. I: St. Seraphim of Sarov
Little Russian Philokalia, Vol. V: St. Theodore of Sanaxar Marriage and Virginity according to St. John Chrysostom <br />by Archpriest Josiah Trenham Nihilism: The Root of the Revolution of the Modern Age <br />Fr. Seraphim Rose
On Earth We’re Just Learning How to Live On the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ <br />by St. Philaret of Chernigov On the Providence of God <br />by St. John Chrysostom
Orthodox Dogmatic Theology <br />by Fr. Michael Pomazansky Orthodoxy and the Religion of the Future <br />by Fr. Seraphim Rose Our Thoughts Determine Our Lives <br />by Ana Smiljanic

“Love little things, and strive for that which is modest and simple. The Lord watches over us, and He is pleased that you long for His peace. Until the soul is ready, He will only sometimes allow us to see that He is present everywhere and fills all things. At these moments the soul feels such joy!… But then the Lord conceals Himself from us again, in order that we might long for Him and seek Him with our hearts!” —Elder Thaddeus of Vitovnica

Elder Thaddeus of Vitovnica was one of the most renowned spiritual guides of Serbia in the twentieth century. As a novice he lived in obedience to Elder Ambrose of Miljkovo Monastery, a disciple of the Optina Elders. From him Fr. Thaddeus learned the Prayer of the Heart and the selfless love that came to characterize his whole ministry to the suffering Serbian people.

Born in 1914, Elder Thaddeus lived through all the suffering endured by Serbia in the twentieth century. Over the course of two World Wars, during the Communist takeover, and through the NATO bombings of 1999, he co-suffered with his people. He taught, counseled, and prayed for all who came to him in pain and sorrow. His words of love and hope provided spiritual balm for people from all classes of society.

In 2002 Elder Thaddeus reposed, leaving behind a large collection of his teachings, preserved by his faithful spiritual children. His life, teachings, and spiritual conversations are here presented for the first time in English.

212 pages, paperback, $15. ISBN 978-1-887904-19-3

Salt of the Earth <br/>by Fr. Paul Florensky Shepherd of Souls <br />by Archimandrite Ioannichie Balan St. Herman Calendar 2021
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St. Herman of Alaska: His Life and Service The First Created Man <br />by St. Symeon the New Theologian The Gurus, the Young Man, and Elder Paisios <br />by Dionysios Farasiotis
The Love of God <br />The Life and Teachings of St. Gabriel of the Seven Lakes Monastery The Mystery of the Wonderworker of Ostrog <br />by Protopresbyter Radomir Nikchevich The Northern Thebaid: Monastic Saints of the Russian North
    From the fourth century A.D., the desert Thebaid of Egypt was the home of thousands of monks and nuns who made the desert a city peopled with Christians striving toward heaven in the angelic way of life. A thousand years later, no fewer thousands of monks and nuns, likewise seeking union with God, went to live in the forests of northern Russia, creating what has become known as the “Northern Thebaid.”
   Just as the sultry African nature with its clear blue sky, lush colors, its burning sun, and its incomparable moonlit nights, is distinct from the aquarelle soft tones of Russia’s northern nature with the blue surface of its lakes and the soft shades of its leafy forests—in the same way the sanctity of the Saints of the Egyptian desert, elemental and mighty, is distinct from the sanctity of Russia, which is quiet, lofty, and as crystal-clear as the radiant and quiet evening of the Russian spring. But both in Russia and in Egypt there is the same noetic prayer, the same interior silence.
   Illustrated with rare pictures from old Russian books and magazines, The Northern Thebaid chronicles the lives of a number of holy men and women of the Russian forests, presenting the Orthodox monastic tradition which inspired them and which is still alive today for those who would follow in their footsteps.
   This latest edition is a facsimile of the original edition, which was hand-printed by Fr. Seraphim Rose and his monastic brothers in the mountain forests of northern California. It includes a new preface and a new appendix on the recently rediscovered, incorrupt relics of St. Alexander of Svir, a sixteenth-century luminary of the Russian North.

302 pages, 193 illustrations, paperback
The Orthodox Veneration of the Mother of God <br/>by St. John Maximovitch The Place of Blessed Augustine in the Orthodox Church<br />by Fr. Seraphim Rose The Purple Mantle <br />by Aliki Kafetzopoulou
The Royal Passion-Bearers of Russia: Their Life and Service The Soul After Death <br />by Fr. Seraphim Rose Thoughts for Each Day of the Year <br />by St. Theophan the Recluse

The spiritual realm after death defies observation, yet mankind persists in its desire to peer beyond this threshold—a threshold through which we all must pass.

“You will not die. Your body will die, but you will go over into a different world, being alive, remembering yourself and recognizing the whole world that surrounds you.” —St. Theophan the Recluse, 19th Century

THE SOUL AFTER DEATH is a comprehensive presentation of the 2,000-year-old experience of Orthodox Christianity regarding the existence of the other world, addressing contemporary “after-death” and “out-of-body” experiences, the teachings of traditional Oriental religions and those of more recent occult societies.

Although the mystery of what lies beyond the veil of death is not fully visible to us in this life, nonetheless, writings and teachings of ancient Christianity dating from the first century have proven timeless and straightforward, yielding sound insights into the spiritual world beyond death. From the firm foundation of Orthodox patristic teaching, Fr. Seraphim Rose offers an interpretation of the meaning of the contemporary experiences which have been publicized by Drs. Kubler-Ross, Moody, Osis and Haraldsson, and other researchers.

“He who has the memory of death as his constant companion, painfully seeks to learn what awaits him after departure from this life.” —St. Symeon the New Theologian, 11th Century

Principal teachings of Orthodox Christianity concerning the properties of the soul after death are presented in a clear concise manner, as taught by Church fathers and teachers of the early centuries. THE SOUL AFTER DEATH offers an undiluted draught of pristine, mystical Christianity as it has existed since the time of Christ.

296 pages, full-color cover, paperback, $9.95 ISBN 0-938635-14-X

Vol. 1: Elder Leonid of Optina <br />by Fr. Clement Sederholm Elder Anthony cover Vol. 4: Elder Ambrose of Optina <br />by Fr. Sergius Chetverikov
Vol. 6: Elder Sebastian of Optina <br />by Tatiana Torstensen Vol. 7: Elder Barsanuphius of Optina<br />by Victor Afanasiev Elder Anatole cover
We Shall See Him as He Is <br />by Archimandrite Sophrony Sakharov