St. John Maximovitch (1896–1966) is loved and venerated throughout the world. Born on the eve of the Communist Revolution, he was a leading figure in the Russian diaspora, serving the Church in Yugoslavia, China, the Philippines, France, and the United States. His sanctity, asceticism, and wonderworking are well known from several different published versions of his life.
In Exodus, readers discover more about St John’s role in sustaining his flock in Shanghai, arranging for their flight to Tubabao, and his successful efforts to lobby the U.S. government, which allowed thousands of refugees and orphans to emigrate to America. Drawing extensively on unpublished primary sources—letters, memoirs, interviews, newspaper articles from key figures and eyewitnesses—author John B. Dunlop takes readers on an exciting journey, as they learn more about both St John and his émigré flock.
Softcover, 272 pp.
This car icon triptych features the Kazan Mother of God, Christ Pantocrator and St. Nicholas, depicted in a more naturalistic, soft-style. An adhesive strip on the back allows you to easily...
This car icon triptych features the Kazan Mother of God, Christ Pantocrator and St. Nicholas, depicted in a traditional Byzantine style. An adhesive strip on the back allows you to easily...
This beautiful edition of the Psalter is based on the King James translation from the Hebrew text, but has been corrected against the Septuagint Greek text accepted by the Orthodox...