St. Seraphim of Sarov: Widely beloved mystic, healer, comforter, and spiritual guide : an account of his life, character and message, together with a ... counsels (His Modern Orthodox saints ; 5) ebook
by Constantine Cavarnos
Seraphim of Sarov book. Published January 1st 1980 by Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies.
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Belmont, Mass: Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, 1980. Saint Seraphim of Sarov: An Icon of Orthodox Spirituality. Minneapolis, Minn: Light and Life, 1988. St. Seraphim of Sarov: A Spiritual Biography. Blanco, TX: New Sarov Press, 1994
Modern Orthodox Saints Vol. 5: St. Seraphim of Sarov by Constantine Cavarnos and Mary-Barbara Zeldin. Seraphim's Beatitudes: Blessings for Our Path to Heaven - Based on the Life of the Wonderworker of Sarov, by Priest Daniel Marshall. Innocent Press, 2008.
Modern Orthodox Saints Vol. Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, 1980. The Aim of Christian Life: The Conversation of St Seraphim of Sarov with . Motovilov by St. Seraphim of Sarov and . Saints Alive Press, 2010.
MODERN ORTHODOX SAINTS A Series By Constantine Cavarnos. Vol. 1, ST. COSMAS AITOLOS.
His father’s name was Isidore, and his mother’s Agafia. His parents came from respected and wealthy merchant families. Isidore had taken up the task of building a church dedicated to St. Sergius of Radonezh, based on a design by the famous architect Rastrelli, but he died before he could complete it. He therefore conferred the task upon his wife. The young Prokhor often accompanied his mother as she supervised the church’s construction. One day he climbed with her to the top of the belfry, and slipped through the scaffolding, falling to the ground.
Saint Seraphim feeding a bear outside of his hermitage (religious retreat) (from lithograph . Seraphim had a hunched back for the rest of his life. Archimandrite Lazarus Moore: St. Seraphim of Sarov - a Spiritual Biography.
Saint Seraphim feeding a bear outside of his hermitage (religious retreat) (from lithograph The Way to Sarov, 1903). 1754, the future saint was baptized with the name of Prochor, after Saint Prochorus, one of the first Seven Deacons of the Early Church and the disciple of John the Evangelist. Michaela-Josefa Hutt: Der heilige Seraphim von Sarow, Jestetten 2002, Miriam-Verlag