Diary of the Council The Forgotten Mystery: The Ecclesial Consequences of Holy Chrismation
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By: Bishop Maxim Vasiljevic
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DIARY OF THE COUNCIL Reflections from the Holy and Great Council at the Orthodox Academy in Crete, June 17-26, 2016. by Bishop Maxim. Diary of the Council emerged from the need of its author to appropriate the problematic of the Holy and Great Council which the Orthodox Church held 2016 in the historic land of Crete. [CLICK ON PRODUCT IMAGE TO READ MORE]

By: Fr. Vasileios Thermos
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Fr. Vasileios Thermos Translated from the original Greek by Fr. Peter A. Chamberas The almost complete forgetfulness of Chrismation, along with its detachment from the ancient Church practice when it was a bishop's duty, led us priests to celebrate it in literally a few seconds and our lay fellows to ignore its inner power. We hope that [CLICK ON PRODUCT IMAGE TO READ MORE]

Christ: The Alpha and Omega Psychology in The Service Of the Church
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Sebastian Press is pleased to announce the publication of an outstanding book by Bishop Athanasius Yevtich, a disciple of the great twentieth-century theologian Archimandrite Justin Popovich. Bishop Athanasius' thoughts combine adherence to the teachings of the[CLICK ON PRODUCT IMAGE TO READ MORE]
Man, being in the image of God and "an animal in the process of deification"
(according to St. Gregory Naianzen)-whose brain and nervous system are
largely shaped by evolution, who is both restricted and boundless through his genes,
sealed by his early experiences, moderated by his hormones, and under
The Art of Seeing To Christ and the Church: The Divine Eucharist as the All-Encompassing Mystery of the Church
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The Art of Seeing
The Art of Seeing explores sacred images in light of Orthodox theology, making
special use of perspectives and insights from the patristic interpretation of sacred
texts. Drawing on the disciplines of art history, aesthetics, and theology, this
innovative study explores the phenomenon of paradox—at once artistic, visual,
and cognitive—

Professor Milosevic sets himself a simple task, but one which is challenging to fulfill: he seeks to integrate the sacramental mysteries of the Church into the Paschal Mystery of the Eucharist. He proposes with Dionysius the Areopagite that “Not even a single hierarchical rite can be complete (fulfilled) without the most divine Eucharist.” Like the lungs oxygenate the body, the Eucharist oxygenates each sacrament. This scholarly but accessible book recounts the historical [CLICK ON PRODUCT IMAGE TO READ MORE]