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Originally published in 2007, this new, expanded edition of Short Trip to the Edge is the story of Scott's spiritual journey to the mystical island of Mt. Athos.
These classic tales, made popular a century ago by Leo Tolstoy, are retold here for a new generation, beautifully illustrated in this gorgeous book designed for reading out loud, reading over and over again, and giving to friends.
Designed primarily for newcomers to come to understand Orthodoxy and Orthodox Christians, this guide to the faith is also a non-threatening and accessible introduction to people already "in the pews."
Professor and scholar, teacher of poets and poetry and convert to Eastern Orthodoxy, Donald Sheehan...
First published in hardcover as Love's Immensity, this powerful book of selections from the mystics East and West, rendered into poetry, is now available in paperback for the first time.
A new collection from one of our favorite poets. Fourteen "Idiot Psalms," surrounded by dozens of other poems, make this his most challenging collection yet
Exploring the Liturgy as a reflection of heavenly worship - an invitation to enter the Kingdom of God
In the first of a new series of "little books", learn how to grasp the meaning of ancient ways of praying in a relatively short amount of time. This will leave you with the rest of your life to move beyond the reading and into the practicing!
This uniquely Eastern perspective gives a new understanding of community that can inspire daily life.
Explore the ancient gesture that invites the mystery of the Cross into our lives.
The perfect gift for the busy person who cares about cultivating a spiritual life.
Chosen as one of the Top 10 Religion Books of 2009 by Publishers Weekly, and recently reviewed by popular Beliefnet columnist, Dr. Norris Chumley. This beautiful, small, book is a thoughtful inquiry through which Scott Cairns hopes to come to terms with what he calls “the puzzlement of our afflictions.”
An invitation to pray as the early Christians once did