From Issue #23
Here we re-print the life of a lover of truth that has become known as the Patron of lost things. Today, more than a hundred ye...
The Nuns of Shamordino
Printed in Issue 22
Upon him who labors—
God sheds mercy; but he who loves
With a deep love for God and the Heavenly Queen, a monk once asked in his sincere prayer, “show me what mortal in our sinful...
The virgin Nino of Cappadocia was a relative of Great-martyr George and the only daughter of a widely respected and honorable couple. Her fat...
Saint Peter: The First American Born Martyr
The holy martyr Peter the Aleut (or Cungagnaq in his native tongue) was a native aleut of Kodi...
Whom the Grave Could Not Contain
The Theotokos (God-Bearer) was born of the elderly Joachim and Anna as an answer to their prayers. After bein...
Michael was born in 1877 in the country of Latvia. He had hardly reached the age of one and a half when his mother died; and when he was six,...
By Saint Sophronius of Jerusalem.
It is good to hide the secret of a king, but it is glorious to reveal and preach the works of God" (Tobit 12...
We know almost nothing about the early years of Blessed Xenia's life. She was happily married to a colonel who was a court singer in St. Petersbu...
When he was 11 years old, Yevgeny Rodionov received from his grandmother a little cross on a chain. He wanted to wear it to sch...