I just decided to publish my photos from the pilgrimage to Mount Athos I took last October. Take a look at it. If you like it you can have your own copy by following the link.
Tags: book · journal · Monastery · Mount Athos · orthodox · photography
You ask me, O man of God, where did today's crisis come from and what does it mean? Who am I to be asked about such a great thing? "You should only speak when what you have to say is better than silence," says St. Gregory the Theologian. And even though I believe that silence would be better...
Tags: crisis · nikolai · orthodox · saint · velimirovic · world
On the Dormition of Mary: Early Patristic Homilies
From St. Vladimir Press a collection of early homilies on the Dormition of the Theotokos. Most of these works have never been translated into English before, and some are not available in any modern
Tags: books · Dormition · Theotokos
I was very skeptic when Amazon has issued their "paper like" e-reader device. Beside the technology shortcomings I was sure this would be used to promote airport bestsellers and other reading material ready for the intellectual garbage bin. However, I have to admit that the success of the device, which is nice by the way, has attracted some serious publishers...
Tags: book · christian · kindle · orthodox
We are proud to announce the opening of the Gladsome Light Bookstore
We have prepared for you a large selection of books on Christian Orthodox Faith.
The proceeds will help the ministry of Gladsome Light Dialogues.
Our categories are:
- Church History
- Holy Fathers
- Biblical Study
- On Family Life
- Lives of the Saints
- Desert Fathers
- On Prayer
- Orthodox Psychotherapy
- Canon Law
- Contemporary Theology
- Contemporary Fathers
- Christian Art: Icons/Architecture
- Byzantine Music
We hope you will enjoy it! If you have any
Tags: Biblical · Bookstore · desert fathers · dogmatics · Holy Fathers · orthodox · patristics · Study · Theology
Nicholas Cabasilas A Commentary on the Divine Liturgy
A remarkable product of Byzantium's last great flowering of theology. Essential reading for the fields of comparative liturgy and history of liturgy.
Robert F. Taft Through Their Own Eyes: Liturgy as the Byzantines Saw It
Tags: books · Liturgy · orthodox
To follow up on our discussion about the end of days here is an interesting book that looks at the book of Revelations from an Orthodox perspective.
This verse by verse commentary, a translation of an Russian original by Seraphim Rose, is a based on the commentary by St. Andrew of Caesarea.
Tags: Apocalypse · Bible · orthodox · Revelation
Please take a look at these two wonderful books by Niko Chocheli
Mr. Choceli was born in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, where he graduated with honors from Tbilisi Nikoladze Art College and Tbilisi State Academy of Fine Arts. Awarded permanent residency status by the U.S. government as Alien of Extraordinary Abilities, Niko has received numerous awards for is artistic achievements. He has illustrated three other children's books for SVS
Tags: Bible · books · Children · Christ · Christmas
I recently came across this impressive book that features a collection of daily Bible readings according to the Orthodox Ecclesiastical Calendar.
So far nothing exciting, there are many like this. What is unique about this book is that it features commentaries from the Orthodox Fathers. This makes it a unique daily companion for the Orthodox seeker of divine knowledge.
Tags: Bible · books · Holy Fathers · orthodox