This Week's Best-Sellers


After a long holiday hiatus, we're back, and we're excited to share our best-sellers with you.

7. Great Church in CaptivitySteven Runciman

Currently in use as a textbook here in Brookline, this book can be found in many the backpack of a Holy Cross student. Runicman's account of the Patriarchate is at once arresting and accessible. 

6. Making of the New Testament, Theodore Stylianopoulos

Since being reviewed in the November issue of the Orthodox Observer, this book has been flying off our shelves. Fr. Stylianopoulos' message is one that, according to reviewer Fr. Stanley Harakas, "bishops, priests, theologians, and religious educators should take seriously." 

5. Daily Prayers for Orthodox Christians, Holy Cross Orthodox Press

A perennial favorite, this handy prayer book features prayers in both English and Greek. 

4. A Pocket Prayer Book, Antiochian Archdiocese

Don't let the size fool you--this little prayer book contains the entire Divine Liturgy, as well as many occasional prayers. 

3. At the End of Time, Bishop Gerasimos

The Book of Revelation is an ever-present topic in Evangelical circles, but what do the Orthodox have to say about it? In this compact volume, Bishop Gerasimos guides us through the church's eschatological beliefs. 

2. The Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrystosom, Pew EditionHoly Cross Orthodox Press

This pew edition is used by Orthodox churches around the world. Features the Liturgy, Trisagion, and Memorial Services in Greek and English.

1. Service of Small Paraklesis, Holy Cross Orthodox Press

It's no surprise that the Service of Small Paraklesis is this week's best-seller: like the Divine Liturgy, it is used by churches around the world. Features the entire service in Greek and English. 




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