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Joint Statements between the Catholic and Oriental Orthodox Churches By Catholic - Oriental Orthodox Regional Forum
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A collection of the Joint Statements and Agreements made in recent years between the Catholic and Oriental Orthodox Churches. This volume has been produced and published by the Catholic-Oriental... More > Orthodox Regional Forum, an ecumenical body drawing together bishops and representative clergy of these communions in the British Isles< Less
The Importance and Contribution of the Oriental Orthodox Churches today By Abba Seraphim
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Abba Seraphim considers the historical and contempory witness of the Oriental Orthodox churches with relation to liturgy, education, monasticism and mission to reveal their deep Unity in Diversity.... More > Noting their work among the Youth he considers the challenges they face as they enter the twenty-first century.< Less
The Orthodox Dilemma By George Alexander
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The Orthodox Dilemma consists of personal reflections on global Pan-Orthodox Christian Unity. The work focuses on the need for establishing sacramental communion between the Eastern, Oriental and... More > other families of Orthodox Churches. The author calls to create a common conciliar platform for Orthodox Churches and to establish dialogues between Eastern, Oriental, Old Believes, Old Calendar, Non-canonical, Unrecognized and New Generation Orthodox Churches.The major aim of the work is to provide different and unique aspects of Pan-Orthodox Christian Unity.The book also sheds light on problems, challenges and scope of inter-orthodox dialogue. This may be the first book of its kind to call for the creation of a global platform for all Orthodox Christians.The book tries to provide unique aspects of Orthodox Christianity.The work is a combination of personal thoughts of the author, history, contemporary Orthodoxy, dialogue and Pan-Orthodox Christian approach.< Less
Collected Writings on Orthodox Christianity By George Alexander
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Collected Writings on Orthodox Christianity consists of selected reflections, articles, interviews and letters by various authors on different topics related to Orthodox Christianity.
Oriental Catholic Christendom By Bevan Petersen
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Oriental Catholic Christendom examines the Apostolic origins of the Eastern rites and their struggle to overcome the Christological disputes which punctuated early Church history. It details these... More > churches fall from communion and then their eventual return to Christian Unity. It reveals horrendous persecutions, a tremendous multitude of martyrs and a glorious cohort of Saints and Beati whose immovable Faith is irresistibly inspirational.< Less
Islam and the Oriental Churches By William Ambrose Shedd
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William A. Shedd was born in Urmia in 1865. His parents were members of the American Mission to the Assyrians since 1859. He joined the Mission in Persia in 1892 and served as its head from 1904... More > until his death during the Assyrian Exodus in 1918. This book contains the texts of six lectures he delivered to students studying to become missionaries at Princeton during 1902-03 while he was on leave in the United States. He based his lectures on Syriac sources and provides details of the relationship between the Syriac Churches (principally the Assyrian Church of the East and the Syriac Orthodox Church) and Islam. Having been born in Urmia, Shedd was practically a native speaker of modern Assyrian. Given the general antipathy of the American Mission towards the old liturgical language of the Assyrians and its literature, it is surprising to see how well versed he was in this language. Although this book is older, it remains a valuable resource on the subject.< Less
The Glastonbury Confession By The British Orthodox Church
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The Glastonbury Confession is the dogmatic constitution of The British Orthodox Church, an autocephalous church of the Oriental Orthodox tradition.
Praying the Liturgy By A Monk of the Orthodox Church
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These pages are not a new translation of the liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, neither are they a rigid commentary on this liturgy. They contain no historical explanations or theological developments.... More > They are merely "notes," i.e. short remarks that set off certain passages of the text of the liturgy, certain principle themes of this long and very rich prayer which St. John Chrysostom took from Antioch to Constantinople in the fourth century and which, in its main lines, is found already fixed in the Greek manuscripts of the eighth century. We have wished to "orient" the attention and reflection of the faithful towards certain spiritual heights of this text. We have not written for the learned, but for the laity, men and women, and even for school children, for souls that are the least familiar with dogmatic discussions and who never the less want some clear and elementary notions of the liturgy. - From the Preface< Less
The Light of the East - La Luz del Oriente - Orientale Lumen By John Paul II
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The Light of the East: Apostolic Letter Orientale Lumen of the Supreme Pontiff John Paul II to the Bishops, Clergy, and Faithful to Mark the Centenary of Orientalium Dignitas of Pope Leo XIII... More > [Paperback]< Less
Holy Pascha: Order of Holy Week Services in the Coptic Orthodox Church (English Edition) - Second Edition By St. Mark Preaching Ministry
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This book contains the text and rites of one of the most holiest seasons in the Coptic Orthodox Church. All Holy Week readings are in English. The Holy Week of Pascha is central in the church life. ... More > It is a celebration of God the Heavenly Father’s love. “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life” (John 3:16, NKJV). It is also a living remembrance of our Lord Jesus Christ, “who through the eternal Spirit offered Himself without spot to God” (Heb 9:14, NKJV).< Less