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Das Kloster der Gottesmutter Amasgou in Monagri

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Fuhrer zu den byzantinischen Monumenten auf Zypern Ein Rückblick auf die Geschichte des Klosters und auf die Architektur und Kunst seines Katholikons, das dem Einzug des Theotokos in den Tempel gewidmet ist Ein Bericht über die byzantinische Kirche St. Marina in Kantou, eine Dependance des Klosters Panagia Amasgou wird zusammen mit einem Text zu den mobilen Funden der jüngsten Ausgrabungen der Antikenabteilung auf dem Gelände beigelegt. Seiten: 139

My prayer book

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Prayer, according to St. John Chrysostomos, is a great and mighty weapon, a great possession, a binding of man with God, it is a medicine, an everlasting richness, in which the grace of God flows freely through the veins of the soul, an invitation to the eternal life. Prayer compares to the Angels. Man himself, converses with God. “Nothing has its measure”. Nothing is equal to prayer, says the Holy Father. Prayer is a skill, thus it requires practice and continuing effort. It must be made with a zealous soul, with deep concentration, so we realize, which direction to take, who we stand before and who we converse with. “Pray without ceasing” St. Paul tells us (Thess. 5. V. 17.). (From the prologue of the book). Contents:
  1. Prologue
  2. Morning Prayers
  3. Six Psalms
  4. Doxology
  5. Vespers
  6. Small Compline
  7. Salutations to the Mother of God
  8. Small canon to the holy Virgin Mary
  9. Prayers before Meals
  10. The Fasts of the Church
  11. Doxology
Pages: 116

The Monastery of our Lady Amasgou in Monagri

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This Guide offers a retrospective on the history of the Monastery, on the architecture and art of its katholikon, which is dedicated to the Entrance of Theotokos Maria into the Temple. An account on the Byzantine church of St Marina at Kantou, a dependency of the Monastery of Panagia Amasgou is interceded, together with a text on the mobile finds of recent excavations carried out on the site by the Department of Antiquities. Pages: 140

Words of Life

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A compilation of the sayings of Archimandrite Sophrony, a master of the Orthodox spiritual life. Translated by Sister Magdalen. These are brief extracts from the spiritual talks of Father Sophrony, founder of the Monastery of St. John the Baptist, Essex. These extracts, nourished by the Word of God and by the writings of the Ascetic Fathers, are in the truest sense both evangelical and philokalian. They follow the formula of the desert fathers; Abba, give me a word. An example: In life there is nothing that is really insignificant, small, mundane. Author: Archimandrite Sophrony Archimandrite Sophrony, an outstanding Christian ascetic, monk, and mystic of the 20th century. He studied at the Orthodox Theological Institute in Paris. He lived as a monk on Mount Athos in the Russian Monastery of St Panteleimon and spent his final years at the Monastery of St. John the Baptist , Essex, United Kingdom. Language: English

Che cosa è l’ Orthodossia?

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Che cosa è l'Ortodossia? Breve spiegazione dell 'Essenza dell 'Ortodossia e delle differenze tra le Chiese. Autore: Pietro A. Botsis,

Discours Spirituel

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Le Discours spirituel sur la vie en Christ, gu' on lira ici, excellemment presente et traduit par l' archimandrite Epiphane Efthyvoulou, est un texte encore tres proche des sources bibligues et des ecrits des Peres apostoliques et, pour cela meme, limpide et rafraichissant comme une eau de source    

His life is mine – Archimandrite Sophrony

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Contemplation, prayer, spirituality — these words have become popular in our day among those despairing at the banality and emptiness of the contemporary scene. But popular as well are a myriad of pseudo-spiritualities, each offering its own shortcut to spiritual satisfaction. His Life is Mine is a refreshing contrast. The book deals with prayers, and especially with the “Jesus Prayer” of Orthodox monasticism. The book is permeated by the awareness that prayer is not just the cultivation of a particular spiritual state, not the investigation of an abstract Idea or dissolution in an anonymous Whole, but encounter with the personal Being, I AM, demanding in turn our own growth in personhood. Archimandrite Sophrony like a good plot, his life has proceeded from possibility to probability to necessity — from marked success as a painter exhibiting in the great Paris salons after the Russian Revolution via a brief period of study at the Orthodox Theological Institute in Paris to Mount Athos, the Holy Mountain of Eastern monasticism, where he spent twenty-two years, first as a monk in the Russian Monastery of St. Panteleimon and for the final seven years as a hermit in the "desert." Language: English