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  • A Practical Handbook for Divine Services
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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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Stories of Unexpected Grace

Olesia Nikolaeva; trans. Alexandra Weber

"A trailblazer of Russian Orthodox prose." —Bishop Tikhon (Shevkhunov), author of 2011 bestseller, Everyday Saints

The Deceitful Onion Bulb. A Blessing to Smuggle. The Conjuror of Rain. In this collection of stories as whimsical as their titles, award-winning author Olesia Nikolaeva poignantly recounts life for Christian believers in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia. In a manner reminiscent of the bestselling "Everyday Saints" these tales reveal a common theme - the subtle, sometimes imperceptible movement of Divine Providence at work in the lives of saints and sinners alike. Her writings bring us to what the ancient Celts called “thin places” where the boundaries of heaven and earth meet and the sacred and the secular can no longer be distinguished.

 | 9780884654230 | Published: 1st May 2018
 

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