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Tabletop Prayer Guide - Vol. 1

CODE: AOK-120399

$15.00
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Prayer joins us with God and is the first and most essential step in connecting our families to the Church. This guide provides a collection of Orthodox prayers and meditations for daily use. It can be used for both personal and family prayer time. Stand it on your kitchen table or another place where your family regularly gathers.
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Welcome to the Parish Council Booklet

CODE: AOK-123007

$2.50
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This booklet includes essential information for any new parish council member about the background of the Orthodox Christian faith, how parishes are governed, our institutional hiearachy and protocol, and other matters of interest to anyone serving in this capacity within the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese.

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Journey Through Great Lent [Zine]

CODE: DRE-123171

$3.95   $2.37
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Embark on this year’s Lenten journey with junior high students as the Church opens the Triodion on February 13. This nine-week unit spans the Great... More
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For to Us a Child is Born - Christmas Magazine

CODE: DRE-121702

$3.95
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The twenty-page, full-color, magazine describes the feasts of the Annunciation, the Nativity of Christ, Theophany, and Presentation of the Lord. In each the story of the feast is told and the icon is explained. “For To Us a Child is Born” is written for ages 12 and up.
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The very hungry caterpillar

CODE: GRK-120489

$18.00
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A caterpillar hatches out of his egg and is very hungry. Vivid and colorful illustrations and ingenious layered pages help preschoolers learn the days of the week, how to count, and how a caterpillar turns into a butterfly.
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Heaven on Earth: The Divine Liturgy

CODE: DRE-122950

$3.95
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Heaven and earth meet in the Church through the Divine Liturgy. The newest full-color zine from the Department of Religious Education begins with a brief... More
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Divine Liturgy Hymnal - Hardcover

CODE: DRE-122627

$9.50
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Participate in the Divine Liturgy with the use of this hymnal presented in Greek, English and phonetics. The simple melodic form allows all the faithful to sing unison praises to God.

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The ARC: Vol 1 - Liturgical Year

CODE: DRE-121362

$4.00
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Contains 35 educational articles concerning liturgical theology, prayer, worship and liturgical instruction.
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A Lamp to my Feet: An Introduction to the Bible

CODE: DRE-122774

$3.95
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Bible: a thick, dusty book with flimsy pages, obscure language, and dense stories? None of the above. With this zine, students develop the attitudes and... More
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The History of Orthodox Christianity (Full 3-part Series) - [DVD]

CODE: GTL-9781584380597

$50.00
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Our series views the foundation and growth of the Orthodox Church through the historic milestones and the geographic locations connected to the specific eras of its life, examining the formation of major aspects of the Church’s Holy Tradition. Filmed on location, our journey begins with the founding of the Church, and continues with the spread of Christianity to the “nations” by the Apostles. This is the period of the Gospel, and the institution of the Sacraments. This first, formative, period culminates with the move of the Roman empire to the East, to Constantinople. We follow the stabilization of the Church, after the resolution of major issues in sacramental life, dogma and administration. This is the period of the Nicene Creed, the Patristic Scriptures, the Divine Liturgy and the Icons. The Church realized its apostolic mission, with the spread of the Gospel to the Slavic people in Europe. During this same period, however, we witness the official division of East and West, a conclusion to the gradual rift in matters of faith, dogma, church custom, politics and culture. The fall of Constantinople in 1453 marks an era when the Church becomes the only institution perceived by the Greeks as the preserver of their national identity during 400 years of Turkish rule. By the end of the 19th century, hundreds of thousands of Orthodox immigrants spread throughout the world, to the “new” countries, shifting the center of influence within the Orthodox Churches to the New World. Although still associated with the churches in the countries they left behind, they provide the Orthodox Church with a new, youthful and dynamic perspective. This is the time when our Church becomes involved in the human rights struggle, other major social and philanthropic concerns, and the ecumenical movement, while at the same time helping the Orthodox immigrants become an integral part of mainstream societies. . INCLUDES A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY GUIDE
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