Wall Calendar for Orthodox Christians 2016. Twelve monthly sheets, 8.5x11, two-color. Civil and Church calendar dates, principal commemoration(s), fast days noted by color and code, daily Scripture readings. Large enough to allow making notes for each day. Available also with custom backs for your parish or organization; please inquire. NOW SHIPPING.
Item# 3499. Edge-stitched, drilled for hanging. $6.00. Quantity:
2016 Orthodox Liturgical Calendar. Comprehensive guide to the Orthodox Church year: extensive commemoration list for each day; fasts/feasts indicated by rank and fasting prescriptions; liturgical calendar of Scripture readings (both Paschal and sanctoral cycles). For most days, reference is made to "The Order of Divine Services" (2nd edition, #2054) or to "The Order of Divine Services" 3rd edition, vol. III (#3381) for detailed guidance concerning the structure of services for the day (often with more than one option). Detailed information is given in the annual calendar for rarely recurring orders of service. Priority Mail s&h surcharges apply for shipments outside 48 US states. Ships late Dec. or early Jan; price will increase after initial printing/shipment.
Item# 3500. Coil-bound, 5.5x8.5". $25.00. Quantity:
A Spiritual Psalter: Reflections on God; St. Ephraim the Syrian. Our best-selling title. For full description, use the search window.
Item# 2040. Hardbound, gilded, ribbon. $30.00. Quantity:
Slain for Their Faith: Orthodox Christian Martyrs under Moslem Oppression. Many of the more than a hundred accounts included appeared previously in the long out of print New-Martyrs of the Turkish Yoke, but have here undergone rigorous editing. See much more detail in the main listing. Hard-bound.
Item# 3484. 25.00. Quantity:
Psalm 118: A Commentary by St. Theophan the Recluse. Translated from the Russian by Archpriest Gleb Wleskov; translation edited by Seraphim Englehardt. After nearly 30 years of engagement with this text, we are delighted at long last to make it available to the faithful in permanent library form. Each reading (and there have been many) has deepened our appreciation of the profundity of the commentary, which never succumbs to the temptation of mere academicism. It is a book which can be read from beginning to end -- or from any random point -- with equal benefit. Deluxe edition: silver binding, gold-stamped, gilded edges, marker ribbon.
Item# 3492. Hard-bound; marker ribbon. $40.00. Quantity: