This is the first comprehensive work published on the life of Habib Girgis. By the mid-nineteenth century, the Coptic Orthodox Church was in a state of deep vulnerability that tore at the very fabric of Coptic identity. In response, Girgis dedicated his life to advancing religious and theological education.
Habib Girgis – Bishop Suriel
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Patristics & Patrology
This publication is a pastoral homily of the Patriarch Saint Severus of Antioch written in praise of the Holy Mother of God. This text was translated from Patrologia Orentalis 38/2:400-15 by Professor Pauline Allen of Australian Catholic University and Professor C.T.R. Hayward of Durham University in the United Kingdom. We are deeply indebted for their [...]
The Life of Tammav Kereya Iskander Tamav Kereya Iskander (the Late abbess of St George’s convent in Old Cairo Egypt) is one of the contemporary monastic figures that is least known in our church today. This book outlines her monastic journey and practice of virtue in her own life, as well as spiritual guidance of [...]
By Christopher Moorey Do you long to establish a relationship with the saints, but find them-or the volumes written about them – a little intimidating? The saints started out as ordinary Christians, just like us, and they are waiting to accompany us on our journey to heaven if we will only reach out our hands. [...]
This is an exceptional book, one of the most amazing and edifying Lives of modern holy elders ever to be translated into English. Elder Porphyrios, a Greek monk and priest who died in 1991, stands in the long tradition of charismatic spiritual guides in the Eastern Church which continues from the apostolic age down to [...]
This set includes five books about All Time Heroes. Tamav Kereya Iskander St. Martin, Bishop of Tours St. Pisantius St. Victor, Son of Romanus St. George of Cappadocia This bundle is a $46.99 value for only $41.99! For more information on each book, visit each item individually.
Everyday Saints and Other Stories By: Archimandrite Tikhon The book is a portrait of one of the Orthodox Church’s holiest sites, the Pskovo-Pechersky Monastery in northwestern Russia. The monastery stayed open during the Soviet era, surviving first within independent Estonia, then by the wiliness and fortitude of the monks after the territory was absorbed into [...]