The Winter Pascha: Readings for the Christmas-Epiphany Season

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St. Vladimir's Seminary Press, 1984 - Religion - 183 pages
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Meditations for Advent, Christmas and Epiphany, drawing on biblical readings, liturgical hymns, and verses of the season.

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This is a fantastic book for any Orthodox Christian. Beginning with the Nativity Fasting Season on Nov. 15th, the book takes the reader through the entire Nativity/Theophany season to Feb. 2nd, the Presentation of Our Lord. The readings reflect upon the Orthodox church's remembrance of saints, feasts and fasts during this season reflecting on the liturgical texts. It is a book which reveals to the reader what the church says about the journey of this season in the revealing of who Jesus Christ is and why we celebrate His Nativity and Theophany (Baptism). Written in a style for any reader and a great way to REALLY understand and enjoy this holy season. A must for every Orthodox Christian's library along with Fr. Hopko's 4 papperback books, "The Orthodox Faith." 

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About the author (1984)

Fr. Thomas Hopko is Dean and Professor of Dogmatic Theology at St. Vladmir's Orthodox Theological Seminary.

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