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Part of the Twelve Great Feasts series for children, written by Mother Melania (formerly Sister Elayne).
A charming, delightfully illustrated Russian folktale about a poor family who entertains an angel unawares. Although the story has a Christmas theme, it can be read at any time of the year, as an illustration of the text of Hebrews 13:2: "Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for thereby some have entertained angels unawares". Picturebook for preschool and up.
St. Athanasius stood contra mundum for the Trinitarian doctrine 'whole and undefiled,' when it looked as if all the civilized world was slipping back from Christianity into the religion of Arius, into one of those 'sensible' synthetic religions which are so strongly recommended today and which then, as now, included among their devotees many highly cultivated clergymen.
The Orthodox Church's hymns of the prefeast and feast of the Nativity of our Lord celebrate and proclaim in word and song the celestial joy of the incarnation.
(Box of 10) - The Angels proclaim, nature rejoices, the shepherds draw near, Christ the Savior of the World, the Second Person of the Trinity has come to be with us. It is the greatest event in the History of the World that brings hope and meaning to life. Inside: The Powers of Heaven declare unto the world that the Savior, Lord, and Master has been born.
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