Akathist to the Venerable Païsius Velichkovsky

$5.95
In stock
SKU
BKSP774
Refunds are limited to 14 days from date of purchase. Certain items do not qualify for refunds or returns. Please see our full refund policy here: Customer Service
Translated from the Church Slavonic by the reader Isaac E. Lambertsen, from the text accessed on 8/21/14 at the url: http://akafist.narod.ru/P/Paisiy.Vclichkovskiy.htm
Publication Data: Safford, AZ: St. Paisius Orthodox Monastery, 2014
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: 40
Dimensions (l × w × h): 16.5 cm × 12.0 cm × 0.3 cm
Additional Information: two-color printing, full-color illustrations

   
Translated from the Church Slavonic by the reader Isaac E. Lambertsen, from the text accessed on 8/21/14 at the url: http://akafist.narod.ru/P/Paisiy.Vclichkovskiy.htm

No. 14 of St. Paisius Orthodox Monastery Series

“When we speak of St Paisius, we speak of a truly universal saint. Though he may be deeply loved and revered within the holy lands of Russia, he is a man of prayer whose life touches all. Even in earthly terms he was a universal witness: born in Poltava in what we think of today as the Ukraine, educated in Kiev (where he was tonsured and entered monastic life at the Lavra of the Caves), he travelled as a young monk in Moldavia and Walachia before departing, in his mid-twenties, for the Holy Mountain. And so the young monastic, having received the ryassa in Kiev under the protection of the Mother of God, to whose sacred Dormition the monastery there is dedicated, traveled to her garden and set his feet upon the sacred soil monks had trod for centuries. There, having already been introduced into the hesychastic life through a Monk Ignatius in Kiev and the examples he had seen in Romania, our father entered more deeply into the tradition of interior quietude that he would later be so instrumental in reviving in Romania, Russia and elsewhere.”
—“Foreword”

CONTENTS

Foreword
Ikos I
Kontakion II
Ikos II
Kontakion III
Ikos III
Kontakion IV
Ikos IV
Kontakion V
Ikos V
Kontakion VI
Ikos VI
A Descriptive Portrait of the Saint
Kontakion VII
Ikos VII
Kontakion VIII
Ikos VIII
Kontakion IX
Ikos IX
Kontakion X
Ikos X
Kontakion XI
Ikos XI
Kontakion XII
Ikos XII
Kontakion XIII
Prayer to Our Venerable & God-bearing Father Païsius
Write Your Own Review
You're reviewing:Akathist to the Venerable Païsius Velichkovsky
Your Rating