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Coming soon! Save 20% through Jan. 31st
Save 20% now through January 31st on two new, incoming publications:
The Divine Liturgy of Presanctified Gifts of Our Father Among the Saints Gregory the Dialogist: Slavonic-English Parallel Text
(The first Presanctified Liturgy of Great Lent 2021 will occur on Wednesday, March 4/17.)
HTP Offices closed
Our offices will be closed Wednesday, Jan. 6 - Tuesday, Jan. 19 (n.s.) as we celebrate the Nativity and Theophany of our Lord. Phone calls and e-mails will not be answered during this time. Any orders received at HTP Bookstore will not be processed until after we return. As always, our books may be obtained worldwide from any bookshop or online retailer.
On behalf of all of us at Holy Trinity Publications, we wish you and yours a blessed and joyous celebration of the Lord's Nativity, a peaceful and joyous New Year, and above all Salvation in the Lord!
Advent Sale ends 12/18
Take 30% off any three or more books in the Advent Sale section (mix & match)
Sale ends Friday, Dec. 18th!
Please note: This sale cannot be combined with clergy, or monastic discounts. If your customer account is marked as one of these types, please log out and check out as a "guest" in order to access the discounts.
Wholesale customers: The books in this section have been marked as "Exceptional Discount" items for the duration of this sale, so that they will be discounted an extra 10% from your standard wholesale discount. The three-item threshold does not apply, but free shipping is not available for wholesale customers.
HTP Launches new podcast
The monks who came to Jordanville’s Holy Trinity Monastery from Eastern Europe after World War II brought with them a tradition of printing that stretched back to St Job of Pochaev in the seventeenth century. Through the fathers’ tireless efforts, the monastery has published over 500 Orthodox Christian books in Church Slavonic, Russian, and English.Today the monastery’s publishing work takes the name of Holy Trinity Publications, and over a hundred active titles are in print and available worldwide. To expand the reach of this timeless wisdom, we’re utilizing the latest technology to make many of these works available in new ways — as Print on Demand books, as e‑books, and now — as part of this daily podcast.
Welcome to Jordanville Readings. Every weekday, we’ll bring you a 10 to 15 minute selection from our library: spiritual counsels from saints like the Righteous Father John of Kronstadt and the Holy Hierarch Ignatius Brianchaninov, biographies of hermits, monks, and martyrs, and much more. Listen on your morning walk, during your lunch break, or on your evening commute as we offer a daily dose from the Heritage of Orthodox Russia.
Subscribe to Jordanville Readings today at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts to automatically receive new episodes as they become available! We’ll also post new episodes every morning at Orthodox Life.
We're unable to be physically present in Frankfurt for this year's International Book Fair, but we are represented digitally in the Exhibitor's catalogue and Frankfurt Rights.
Interview on Ancient Faith Radio
Dn. Paul Siewers (editor), Frederica Matthewes-Green (contributor), and Nicholas Chapman (Director of HTP) will speak with Bobby Maddex of Ancient Faith Radio about our new collection of essays on the cultural paradigm shift facing faithful Christians today.
Details to follow on when the interview will be broadcast!
Western societies today are coming unmoored in the face of an earth-shaking ethical and cultural paradigm shift. At its core is the question of what it means to be human and how we are meant to live. In this new book, a series of authors and scholars offer both diagnoses and prescriptions for the way forward. Collectively, they remind us that it is only through our participation in the life of Christ, God who became man, that we can find the healing of our humanity through the restoration in us of His image, in which we were formed in the beginning. Full details
Contributors include: NY Times-bestselling author Rod Dreher, Frederica Matthewes-Green, Fr Peter Heers, Dr David Bradshaw, and others.