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The Glastonbury Review No. 119 By Abba Seraphim Editor
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The Glastonbury Review is the Journal of the British Orthodox Church within the Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria. (Published continuously since 1944, initially as The Orthodox Catholic... More > Review 1944-1970 and later as The Glastonbury Bulletin 1970-1998 before adopting its present title in 1999.)< Less
The Glastonbury Review No. 119 By Abba Seraphim Editor
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The Glastonbury Review is the Journal of the British Orthodox Church within the Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria. (Published continuously since 1944, initially as The Orthodox Catholic... More > Review 1944-1970 and later as The Glastonbury Bulletin 1970-1998 before adopting its present title in 1999.)< Less
The Glastonbury Review No. 123 By Abba Seraphim Editor
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As the mouthpiece of the British Orthodox Church, the Glastonbury Review is committed to the history and progress of indigenous Orthodoxy. It includes articles and book reviews about the Orthodox... More > faith, Church History, Orthodox Spirituality, Celtic Christianity and various sympathetic figures and precursor movements in the West.< Less
Glastonbury Review No. 121 By Abba Seraphim Editor
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The Glastonbury Review is the official journal of the British Orthodox Church within the Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria.
The Glastonbury Review No. 122 By Abba Seraphim Editor
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As the mouthpiece of the British Orthodox Church, the Glastonbury Review is committed to the history and progress of indigenous Orthodoxy. It includes articles and book reviews about the Orthodox... More > faith, Church History, Orthodox Spirituality, Celtic Christianity and various sympathetic figures and precursor movements in the West.< Less
Morning & Evening Incense By Abba Seraphim Editor
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The Coptic services for the Raising of Morning and Evening Incense are not simply viewed as forms of worship at which incense is used, but the incense itself is considered an 'offering'. This... More > translation into traditional liturgical English uniquely offers detailed ceremonial instructions with a scholarly introductory essay by Father Gregory Tillett. This examines the historical origins of the service as well as the development of the rubrics and of the English text. Authorised for use in the British Orthodox Church.< Less
The Divine Liturgy of Saint James (Hardback) By Abba Seraphim Editor
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In 1994 His Holiness Pope Shenouda III, Patriarch of Alexandria, authorised the use of the ancient Liturgy of St. James, Brother of the Lord & First Bishop of Jerusalem, in The British Orthodox... More > Church. This fully rubricated edition contains an introductory essay of the Liturgy of St. James by Abba Seraphim, Metropolitan of Glastonbury.< Less
Liturgy of St. James (Congregational edition) By Abba Seraphim Editor
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This edition of the Divine Liturgy of Saint James, Brother of the Lord, combined with the Coptic Rite of the Offering of Morning & Evening Incense is intended for congregational use in the... More > British Orthodox Church within the Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria.< Less
Raising of Incense & Divine Liturgy By Abba Seraphim Editor
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This edition, intended for use by clergy and servers, combines the fully rubricated text of The Coptic Offering of Morning & Evening Incense with the Divine Liturgy of Saint James, Brother of the... More > Lord & First Bishop of Jerusalem. It is authorised for use in The British Orthodox Church.< Less
The Two Families of Orthodoxy By Abba Seraphim Editor
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Abba Seraphim examines the theological and other issues which led to the separation of the Oriental and Eastern Orthodox at the Council of Chalcedon, 451; and the progress of the official dialogue... More > for unity between the two families.< Less