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Serbian patericon

saints of the Serbian Orthodox Church

by Daniel M. Rogich

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Published by St. Herman of Alaska Brotherhood, St. Paisius Abbey Press in Platina, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Yugoslavia,
  • Serbia
    • Subjects:
    • Srpska pravoslavna crkva -- Biography.,
    • Orthodox Eastern Church -- Yugoslavia -- Serbia -- Biography.,
    • Orthodox Eastern Church -- Liturgy -- Calendar.,
    • Christian saints -- Yugoslavia -- Serbia -- Biography.,
    • Devotional calendars -- Orthodox Eastern Church.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementby Daniel M. Rogich ; icon illustrations by Lillian Tintor.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX719.A1 R64 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv <1 > :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1124593M
      ISBN 100938635751
      LC Control Number94065911

      Serbian Americans (Serbian: Српски Американци / Srpski Amerikanci), in Serbian, the community is also known as American Serbs (Serbian: Амерички Срби / Američki Srbi), are United States citizens of Serb ethnic of , there are , American citizens of "Serbian ancestry" who identify as having Serb ancestry.   The Serbian Film "Virgin Factory" in a year - Funny Balkan Story.

      Also from Romanian he translated “The Romanian Patericon I and II” and the “Dictionary of Orthodox Theology” by Hieromonk Joankije Balan. His own book, “The Teaching of St. Apostle Paul on the Church” published in in Chicago, has been translated into English. Bishop Irinej was the Editor-in-Charge of the Information Service. One of St Nikolai’s most beautiful books is a collection of one hundred prose poems modeled on the Psalms called Prayers by the Lake, trans. Archimandrite Todor Mika and Fr Stevan Scott (Grayslake, IL: Free Serbian Orthodox Diocese of the USA and Canada, n.d.), written at Lake Ohrid in

      From The Orthodox Word, No. (), pp. Reprinted along with the lives of many other Serbian Orthodox Saints in Serbian Patericon, Volume I (Platina, CA: St. Herman Press, ). From the book Saints of the Serbian Orthodox Church, by Fr. Daniel Rogich. Read about more Saints of .   Daniel Rogich, in The Serbian Patericon, writes that "The state of affairs in Serbia had been quite poor ever since Simeon's [Serbian ruler and Sava's father] departure in there was little religious leadership, and the brothers [sons of Simeon, brothers of Sava] Stephen and Vukan were locked in a terrible fratricidal struggle for.


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– "Preface" to Fr. John Meyendorff, Christ in Eastern Christian Thought (in Serbian), (Mt Athos: Hilandar Monastery, ) "Preface" to Daniel Rogich, Serbian Patericon, (St Herman of Alaska Brotherhood, ) Articles "Kosovo in the History of the Serbian Church", SVTQ () For many, the Serbian people and the Serbian Orthodox Church are one and the same.

The church plays such an important role in the history of the Serbian people that it is difficult to separate them entirely, and religion still plays a vital role in the lives of many ordinary people. * From the forthcoming second volume of Serbian Patericon, by Fr.

Daniel Rogich has been said that these Christians were tortured even more than the Hebrews were by the Egyptians as recorded in the Book of Exodus; worse than the barbarous annihilations in ancient Carthage and the exterminations of the Christians in Nubia, North Africa, and.

Books shelved as serbian-fiction: Zabluda Svetog Sebastijana by Vladimir Tabašević, Jaje, mleko, voda by Mina D. Todorović, Kletva Kainova by Aleksandar. Reprinted along with the lives of many other Serbian Orthodox Saints in Serbian Patericon, Volume I (Platina, CA: St. Herman Press, ). From the book Saints of the Serbian Orthodox Church, by Fr.

Daniel Rogich. Also from the Romanian he translated "The Romanian Patericon I and II" and the "Dictionary of Orthodox Theology" by Hieromonk Joanikije Balan. His own book, "The Teaching of St. Apostle Paul on the Church" published in in Chicago, has been translated into English. I thank V. Rev. Dan Proto Daniel Rogich for his book called SERBIAN PATERICON: Saints of the Serbian Orthodox Church.

He did a tremendous job in gathering information on so many well-known and lesser-well known saints throughout history.

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Rogich. There are titles such as The Serbian Patericon, for instance, and The Lives of the Optina Elders. The book under review, A Cloud of Witnesses, boldly covers the entire Holy Land.

It was compiled, written, and edited by Bishop Demetri Khoury, a native of Palestine who grew up in close association with the local veneration of these saints.(One Serbian hierarch declared that "the only two books one needs to digest and put into practice to obtain salvation are the Bible and The Prologue of Ochrid" - quoted in Rogich, p.

) A second volume of his Homilies has recently been published (Lazarica Press ) and these likewise deserve a place in every parish and Orthodox home library.In this book, Fr. Daniel outline eight stages of the practice of the Jesus Prayer, quoting over Holy Spiritual Guides covering topics like repentance, humility, use of the Prayer Rope, postures and breathing in prayer, and Prayer on the Lips, in the Mind, and of the Heart.

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