Seriphim Rose: The True Story and Private Letters

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Regina Orthodox Press, 2000 - Orthodox Eastern monasticism and religious orders - 265 pages
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For Orthodox Christians, Fr. Seraphim Rose is a voice crying in the wilderness. His words have rekindled the love of countless Orthodox for the Church of their fathers. Orthodox all over the world regard him as a saintly prophet and spiritual giant.Cathy Scott, Fr. Seraphim's niece, has collected 140 of his private letters, never published before and incorporated them in this magnificent new biography that traces Fr. Seraphim's intellectual journey, chronicling the deep spiritual search that led him to the Orthodox Faith. Containing 36 color photographs.Seraphim Rose: The True Story and Private Letters is the moving account of a spiritual passage from secular behavior and philosophy to vibrant faith and saintly monastic asceticism. Cathy shares the memories of the family of Fr. Seraphim -- or, as they knew him, Eugene. The book includes over 30 color and black and white photographs. In Seraphim Rose we share in one of the most inspiring spiritual pilgrimages of our time.

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