The Spiritual Testament of St. Seraphim (+1949) of Vyritsa, Russia. This pocket-sized booklet is a letter which the Saint sent to his spiritual child, a bishop who was in a Soviet prison at the time, as a consolation and counsel that God the Creator addresses to man's soul.
12 pp., pamphlet
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