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1 I,Intro | expanded to the north. In 863 Saint Cyril and Saint Methodius, 2 I,Intro | In 863 Saint Cyril and Saint Methodius, the Apostles 3 I, 1 | through the preaching of Saint Peter three thousand men 4 I, 1 | followed the stoning of Saint Stephen. .Go forth therefore,. 5 I, 1 | journeys are recorded by ~Saint Luke in the book of Acts; 6 I, 1 | seven short ~letters which Saint Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch, 7 I, 1 | of another martyr bishop, Saint Cyprian of Carthage (died ~ 8 I, 2,2 | attain full salvation. ~ Saint Paul expressed this message 9 I, 2,2 | rich. (2 Cor. 8:9). ~In Saint John.s Gospel the same idea 10 I, 2,2 | is by nature. Accordingly Saint Athanasius summed up the 11 I, 2,2 | the supreme achievement of Saint Athanasius of ~Alexandria 12 I, 2,2 | Bishop of Constantinople, Saint ~John Chrysostom, .John 13 I, 2,2 | successor of Theophilus, ~Saint Cyril of Alexandria (died 14 I, 2,2 | bishops acclaimed the Tome of Saint Leo the Great, Pope of Rome ( 15 I, 2,2 | love,. to adapt a phrase of Saint Ignatius: Rome.s mistake . 16 I, 2,2 | Rome was the ~city where Saint Peter and Saint Paul were 17 I, 2,2 | city where Saint Peter and Saint Paul were martyred, and 18 I, 2,3 | outlook is the action of Saint Epiphanius of Salamis (315?- 19 I, 2,3 | in the first period was Saint John of Damascus (675-749), ~ 20 I, 2,3 | 675-749), ~in the second Saint Theodore of Studium (759- 21 I, 2,4 | is ~found in many others. Saint John the Almsgiver, Patriarch 22 I, 2,4 | of monasticism ~himself, Saint Antony of Egypt (251-356). 23 I, 2,4 | Here the great ~pioneer was Saint Pachomius of Egypt (286- 24 I, 2,4 | of a rule later used by Saint Benedict in ~the west. Basil 25 I, 2,4 | shifted to Pales-~tine, with Saint Euthymius the Great (died 26 I, 2,4 | died 473) and his disciple Saint Sabbas (died 532). The ~ 27 I, 2,4 | The ~monastery founded by Saint Sabbas in the Jordan valley 28 I, 2,4 | present, the monastery of Saint Catherine at ~Mount Sinai, 29 I, 2,4 | originally founded in 463; Saint Theodore was Abbot here 30 I, 2,4 | but this is not correct. Saint Basil is an important figure 31 I, 2,4 | comparable to the Rule of Saint Bene-~dict. ~ A characteristic 32 I, 2,4 | the mo-~nastic startsi was Saint Antony himself. The first 33 I, 3,1 | Hagia Sophia.; often called .Saint Sophia. or .Sancta Sophia. 34 I, 3,1 | silver plaques and set up in Saint Peter.s. For the time being 35 I, 3,2 | to the Orthodox Church as Saint Photius the Great. He ~has 36 I, 3,2 | The previous Patriarch, Saint Ignatius, had been exiled 37 I, 3,2 | honored in the east as a saint, a leader of the Church, 38 I, 3,2 | startling as ~in the verdict on Saint Photius. ~ At the beginning 39 I, 3,3 | thought to be the work of Saint Dionysius the Areopagite, ~ 40 I, 3,3 | sympathetic to the Mono-~physites. Saint Maximus the Confessor (died 41 I, 3,3 | tradi-~tionally attributed to Saint Macarius of Egypt [300?- 42 I, 3,3 | mid-fifth century) and later Saint John Climacus of Mount Sinai ( 43 I, 3,3 | Uncreated Light. The works of Saint Symeon the New Theologian ( 44 I, 3,3 | Hesychasts was taken up by Saint Gregory Palamas (1296-1359), 45 I, 3,3 | from His energies,. wrote Saint ~Basil, .but we do not claim 46 I, 4,1 | partial independ-~ence under Saint Sava (1176-1235), the greatest 47 I, 4,2 | Founded around 105I by Saint Antony, a Russian who had 48 I, 4,2 | reorganized by his successor Saint Theodosius (died 1074), 49 I, 4,2 | closely with the poor, much as Saint Francis of Assisi did in 50 I, 4,2 | Christ. (Nestor, .Life of Saint Theodosius,. in G.P. Fedotov, 51 I, 4,2 | and Botolph, and a French saint, Martin of Tours. Some writers ~ 52 I, 4,3 | his western contemporary, Saint Louis, King of France. He 53 I, 4,3 | whom they ministered. ~ Saint Stephen, Bishop of Perm ( 54 I, 4,3 | the greatest national saint of Russia, is closely con-~ 55 I, 4,3 | his life re-~calls that of Saint Antony of Egypt. In early 56 I, 4,3 | sweat, and heavily patched. (Saint Epiphanius, .The Life of ~ 57 I, 4,3 | Epiphanius, .The Life of ~Saint Sergius,. in Fedotov, A 58 I, 4,3 | than any other Russian saint, he succeeded in balancing 59 I, 4,3 | the spiritual children of Saint Sergius. It is ~no coincidence 60 I, 4,3 | the Holy ~Trinity, by Saint Andrew Rublev (1370?-1430?) . 61 I, 4,3 | been painted in honor of Saint ~Sergius and placed in his 62 I, 4,3 | Kulikovo, and which the Saint himself had done so much 63 I, 5,2 | Patriarch since the days ~of Saint Photius. Had he but lived 64 I, 5,2 | revival was a monk of Athos, Saint Ni-~codemus of the Holy 65 I, 5,2 | time.. With the help of Saint Macarius (Notaras), Metropolitan 66 I, 6 | H.P. Liddon, Canon of Saint Paul.s, ~after a visit to 67 I, 6,1 | that the dream for which Saint Sergius worked . the liberation 68 I, 6,1 | council drew to its close, Saint Nilus of Sora (Nil Sorsky, 69 I, 6,1 | monasteries at ~this time). Saint Joseph, Abbot of Volokalamsk ( 70 I, 6,1 | hermitages. The tradition of Saint Nilus was driven ~underground, 71 I, 6,1 | part of the tradition of Saint Sergius, but no more than ~ 72 I, 6,1 | and Non-Possessors ~was Saint Maximus the Greek (1470?- 73 I, 6,1 | Metropolitan of Moscow, Saint Philip (died 1569), dared 74 I, 6,1 | sharply criticized Ivan was ~Saint Basil the Blessed, the . 75 I, 6,2 | best in the tradition of Saint Joseph of ~Volokalamsk. 76 I, 6,2 | supporters regarded him as a saint and ~martyr for the faith. 77 I, 6,3 | monks and pastors, such as Saint Tikhon of Zadonsk ~(1724- 78 I, 6,3 | western mystics such as Saint John of the Cross. But Tikhon 79 I, 6,3 | the nineteenth century was Saint Seraphim of Sarov ~(1759- 80 I, 6,3 | characteristically Russian saint, but he is also a striking 81 I, 6,3 | him gloomy, and if ever a saint.s life was illuminated by 82 I, 6,3 | touches.. (Conversation of Saint Seraphim on the Aim of the 83 I, 6,3 | primarily by the life of Saint Tikhon of Zadonsk. ~ .There 84 I, 6,3 | naval base and suburb ~of Saint Petersburg. Father John 85 I, 6,3 | My Life in Christ. Like Saint Seraphim, he possessed the 86 I, 6,3 | 1964 he was ~proclaimed a saint by the Russian Church in 87 I, 6,3 | Islands, who was proclaimed a saint in 1977. His diocese included ~ 88 I, 7,1 | The Russian monas-~tery of Saint Panteleimon, which in 1904 89 I, 7,1 | the vast Russian skete of Saint Elias now has less than 90 I, 7,1 | five monks, while that of Saint Andrew is ~entirely closed; 91 I, 7,1 | at the Romanian skete of Saint John the Baptist there is 92 I, 7,1 | from the ~U.S.S.R. to enter Saint Panteleimon, and four monks 93 I, 7,1 | Earth, as well as a study of Saint Nicodemus of the Holy Mountain. 94 I, 7,1 | the Rus-~sian monastery of Saint Panteleimon: of peasant 95 I, 7,6 | novices . for example, ~Saint John the Evangelist on the 96 I, 7,8 | in a ~single monastery, Saint Catherine.s, at the foot 97 I, 7,9 | Theological Institute of Saint Sergius (under the Paris 98 I, 7,9 | present on the staff of Saint ~Sergius include Archpriest 99 I, 7,9 | however large) in any Church. Saint Sergius is also noted ~for 100 I, 7,9 | there is the Monastery of Saint John the Bap-~tist at Tolleshunt 101 I, 7,9 | as ~bishop. He translated Saint Mathew.s Gospel, the Liturgy, 102 I, 7,9 | theological seminaries in America: Saint Vladimir.s in New York ~ 103 I, 7,9 | Vladimir.s in New York ~and Saint Tikhon.s in South Canaan, 104 I, 7,9 | increasing. Holy Cross and Saint Vladimir.s both produce 105 I, 7,9 | the Byzantine Lit-~urgy of Saint John Chrysostom (the normal 106 II, 0,11 | position as the Gospel of Saint John.~Not everything received 107 II, 0,11 | Compare G. Florovsky, ‘Saint Gregory Palamas and the 108 II, 0,12 | except the Revelation of~Saint John) is read at the Eucharist. 109 II, 0,12 | The Encyclical Letter of Saint Photius (867)~2 The First 110 II, 0,12 | The Encyclical Letter of Saint Mark of Ephesus (1440-1441).~ 111 II, 0,12 | written teaching,’ said~Saint Basil, ‘others we have received 112 II, 0,12 | work of that indefatigable saint, Nicodemus of the~Holy Mountain.~ 113 II, 0,12 | theology without action, as Saint Maximus put it, is the theology 114 II, 1 | might make us what He is” (Saint Irenaeus, died 202).~ 115 II, 1,1 | was the position~upheld by Saint Photius against the west. 116 II, 1,1 | semi-Sabellian monster,’ as Saint Photius put it? (P.G. 102, 117 II, 1,2 | different from that presented by Saint~Augustine and generally 118 II, 1,2 | Know~yourselves,’ said Saint Antony of Egypt. ‘…He who 119 II, 1,2 | If you are pure,’ wrote Saint Isaac the Syrian (late seventh 120 II, 1,2 | Orthodoxie, p. 88). And of Saint Pachomius it is recorded: ‘ 121 II, 1,2 | to grant His grace,’ said Saint Cyril of Jerusalem (died 122 II, 1,2 | members one of another, as Saint Paul never ceased to insist, 123 II, 1,4 | and neglect the Spirit. Saint Seraphim of Sarov briefly 124 II, 1,4 | Eastern Church, p. 196) As Saint Pachomiusdisciple Theodore 125 II, 1,5 | is a constant~theme in Saint John’s Gospel; it is also 126 II, 1,5 | theme in the Epistles of Saint Paul, who sees~the Christian 127 II, 1,5 | personal characteristics. When Saint Maximus wroteGod~and those 128 II, 1,5 | the Holy Spirit,” wrote Saint Paul (1 Cor. 6:19). “Therefore, 129 II, 1,5 | distinctive personal traits in a saint’s physiognomy he deliberately 130 II, 1,5 | and~bodily glorification. Saint Seraphim is the best known, 131 II, 1,5 | Radonezh, states that the saint’s body shone with~glory 132 II, 1,5 | the whole account recalls Saint Seraphim: see The Letters 133 II, 1,5 | unknown: in the Coptic life of~Saint Macarius of Egypt, it is 134 II, 1,5 | continued act of repentance. A saint~may be well advanced in 135 II, 1,5 | praying in silence and of Saint Seraphim with his face~transfigured; 136 II, 1,5 | but we must think also of Saint Basil caring for the sick 137 II, 1,5 | hospital at Caesarea,~of Saint John the Almsgiver helping 138 II, 1,5 | the poor at Alexandria, of Saint Sergius in his filthy cloth-~ 139 II, 2,1 | point is put very clearly). Saint Ephraim of~Syria rightly 140 II, 2,2 | grace of~God. They say with Saint Paul: “We are no better 141 II, 2,2 | Catholic Church, 6). So wrote Saint Cyprian; and to him this 142 II, 2,4 | agnostic reticence. When Saint Antony of Egypt was~31~once 143 II, 2,4 | golden chain, in which each saint is a separate link, united 144 II, 2,4 | Orthodox is given the name of a saint, ‘as a symbol of his entry 145 II, 2,4 | special devotion to the saint~whose name he bears; he 146 II, 2,4 | keeps an icon of his patron saint in his room, and prays daily 147 II, 2,4 | The festival of his patron saint he keeps as his Name Day, 148 II, 2,4 | sung at~the Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom). Note that 149 II, 2,4 | conceived by her mother~Saint Anne, was by God’s special 150 II, 3,2 | kind~can still be seen at Saint Mark’s, Venice. Only in 151 II, 4 | passed into the sacraments” (Saint Leo the Great).~The chief 152 II, 4 | called a mystery,’ writes Saint John Chrysostom of the Eucharist, ‘ 153 II, 4,3 | services:~1) The Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom (the normal 154 II, 4,3 | weekdays).~2) The Liturgy of Saint Basil the Great (used ten 155 II, 4,3 | different~from the Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom, but the 156 II, 4,3 | longer).~3) The Liturgy of Saint James, the Brother of the 157 II, 4,3 | Lord (used once a year, on Saint James’s~Day, 23 October, 158 II, 4,3 | structure the Liturgies of Saint John Chrysostom and Saint 159 II, 4,3 | Saint John Chrysostom and Saint Basil are as follows:~1. 160 II, 4,5 | married bishops — for example, Saint Peter~himself), although 161 II, 4,7 | prayer’ — is described by~Saint James: “Is any sick among 162 II, 5,1 | January).~• The Nativity of Saint John the Baptist (24 June).~• 163 II, 5,1 | the Baptist (24 June).~• Saint Peter and Saint Paul (29 164 II, 5,1 | June).~• Saint Peter and Saint Paul (29 June).~• The Beheading 165 II, 5,1 | June).~• The Beheading of Saint John the Baptist (29 August).~• 166 II, 5,1 | Mother of God (1 October).~• Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker ( 167 II, 5,1 | Cross, the Beheading of Saint John~the Baptist, and the 168 II, 5,2 | Ologos’ publications, Saint Louis), p.~3). And just 169 II, 5,2 | morning. In the words of Saint Isaac~the Syrian: ‘When 170 II, 6,2 | Neale) and the Fellowship of Saint Alban and Saint Sergius ( 171 II, 6,2 | Fellowship of Saint Alban and Saint Sergius (founded~in 1928), 172 II, 6,2 | permanent center in London, Saint~Basil’s House (52 Ladbroke 173 II, 7,3 | Hesychasm~• Saint Symeon the New Theologian, 174 II, 7,5 | Thought, London, 1938.~! Saint Tikhon Zadonsky, London, 175 II, 7,5 | the Snow, London, 1945 (on Saint Seraphim).~• V. Zander, 176 II, 7,9 | Press, The Divine~Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom, London ( 177 II, 7,10 | Collection,~London, 1975.~• Saint John Climacus, The Ladder


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