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Holy Trinity Publications is the name given to the publishing work of Holy Trinity Monastery in Jordanville, New York. Founded in 1930, the monastery began both printing and publishing books in 1947, operating its own print shop of St. Job of Pochaev within the monastery. Since then some five hundred works have been published in both Russian and English. In particular, the monastery played an important role in providing spiritual literature to believers in Russia during the seventy plus years of Communist rule. Holy Trinity Publications now seeks to take this work into the future, making the heritage of Orthodox Russia accessible to all today who seek to live a life of faithfulness to God within His Holy Church.


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Recollections of Jerusalem

by Anya Berezina Derrick

Anya Derrick’s life has been intimately connected to the earthly city of Jerusalem in Palestine where she was raised in the spirit of Holy Russia, as manifested in the life of the Russian Ecclesiastical Mission, the Mount of Olives and Gethsemane convents, as well as the Bethany School.  

Her spiritual life was nurtured by St John (Maximovitch) of Shanghai and San Francisco, Archbishop Antony (Sinkevich) of Los Angeles, the hieromonk Lazarus (Moore), and Mother Mary (Robinson).  

These recollections also offer a window into the struggles and aspirations of the Russian diaspora after the Communist takeover of the ancestral homeland. It shows how events such as the Russian revolution, its aftermath, and the Arab–Israeli conflict have shaped present realities.

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ISBN 978-0-88465-359-2    •    Paperback    •   232  pp   •  6 x 9     •    US: $21.95

ISBN 978-0-88465-274-8    •    E-Pub 

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