New Releases

2020 Holy Trinity Orthodox Russian Calendar (Russian-language)
Release Date: 01/01/20

This liturgical guide offers detailed rubrics for every Sunday and major feast of the year, as well as certain lesser feasts and lenten days. This year's calendar also incorporates for the first time the annual directory of Hierarchs, Clergy, and Parishes of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia.

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The Orthodox Church and Russian Nationalism before the Revolution
Release Date: 09/01/13

Grounded in original research, this study is intended to reveal the wider relevance of its topic to an ongoing discussion of the relationship between national or ethnic identities on the one hand and the self-understanding of Orthodox Christianity as a universal and transformative Faith on the other.

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Parallel Slavonic-English Text
Release Date: 01/01/20

This service book offers for the first time a parallel Church Slavonic-English text of the Divine Liturgy of Saint James, suitable for use by clergy and servers together with a scholarly introduction by Dr Vitaly Permiakov, a specialist in the Jerusalem liturgy.

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Anchoring the Soul in God
Release Date: 12/01/19

The third in an ongoing series of publications translating the complete works of Saint Ignatius (Brianchaninov) into English, The Refuge is an exposition of the concrete actions we should take if we truly desire to live with and in God. It is an active exhortation for us to reacquire the original nobility with which God fashioned us.

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Pocket Edition
Translated by David James Compiled by Holy Trinity Monastery
Release Date: 11/01/19

From the publisher of the “Jordanville Prayer Book” and “A Psalter for Prayer” comes the perfect devotional companion for travel and everyday life. This truly pocket edition brings together prayers for use throughout the day with all one hundred fifty Psalms of David adapted from the classic Miles Coverdale translation. Designed with convenience and affordability in mind to encourage all Christians to “pray without ceasing.”

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The Nous in Dostoevsky's Ridiculous Man
Release Date: 10/01/19

Dostoevsky’s short story The Dream of a Ridiculous Man tells of a transformation of the heart and a journey from despair to joy: a joy that can be known by all through the experience of God that transcends a simply rational discourse.

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Release Date: 10/01/19

This book is a guide for the contemporary Orthodox priest in his application of the Apostle’s words to his everyday life, as he serves to convey God’s grace as a shepherd of Christ’s flock.

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