Michael Prokurat, Alexander Golitzin, Michael D. Peterson
The A to Z of the Orthodox Church

ZYRYANS Appendix

Appendix

Orthodox Churches of the World (1996)

The Church of Constantinople

His All-Holiness Bartholomew I, Archbishop of Constantinople, New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch

The Church of Alexandria

His Beatitude Parthenios, Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria and All Africa

The Church of Antioch

His Beatitude Ignatius IV, Patriarch of Antioch and All the East

The Church of Jerusalem

His Beatitude Diodoros, Patriarch of the Holy City of Jerusalem and All Palestine

The Church of Russia

His Holiness Aleksy II, Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia

The Church of Georgia

His Holiness Ilia, Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia, Archbishop of Mtshet and Tbilisi

The Church of Serbia

His Holiness Pavle, Archbishop of Pech, Metropolitan of Belgrade-Karlovci and Patriarch of Serbia

The Church of Romania

His Beatitude Teoctist, Patriarch of All Romania, Locum Tenens of Caesarea in Cappadocia, Metropolitan of Ungro-Vlachia, Archbishop of Bucharest

The Church of Bulgaria

His Holiness Maksim, Patriarch of Bulgaria

The Church of Cyprus

His Beatitude Chrysostomos, Archbishop of New Justiniana and All Cyprus

The Church of Greece

His Beatitude Seraphim, Archbishop of Athens and All Greece

The Church of Albania

His Beatitude Anastasios, Archbishop of Tirana and All Albania

The Church of Poland

His Beatitude Basil, Metropolitan of Warsaw and All Poland

The Church of Czech and Slovakia

His Beatitude Dorotheus, Archbishop of Prague, Metropolitan of the Czech and Slovak Republics

The Orthodox Church in America

His Beatitude Theodosius, Archbishop of Washington, Metropolitan of All America and Canada

Autonomous Churches

The Church of Sinai

His Beatitude Damian, Archbishop of Sinai and Raithu

The Church of Finland

His Eminence John, Archbishop of Karelia and All Finland

The Church of Japan

His Eminence Theodosius, Archbishop of Tokyo, Metropolitan of All Japan

Bibliography Contents


I. General A. Bibliographies, Dictionaries, and Encyclopedias B. Survey Works C. Periodicals D. Yearbooks, Annuals, and Newspapers
II. Art, Architecture, and Music
III. Asceticism and Spirituality
IV. Canon Law
V. Church Fathers A. Primary Sources B. Secondary Sources
VI. Cultural Studies
VII. Ecumenism
VIII. Hagiography
IX. History A. Primary Sources B. Secondary Sources
X. Liturgy A. Liturgical Texts and Resources B. Secondary Studies
XI. Scripture
XII. Theology

I. General

A. Bibliographies, Dictionaries, and Encyclopedias

Andrews, Dean Timothy. The Eastern Orthodox Church: A Bibliography. 2d ed. Brookline, MA: Greek Archdiocese of North and South America, Holy Cross Orthodox Theological School, 1957.79 p. (Publications of the Greek Archdiocese of North and South America. Books, 7.)

Baynes, Norman H. “The Byzantine Church: A Bibliographical Note on Recent Work.” The Journal of Ecclesiastical History, v. 1, n. 1 (January-April 1950), p. 102–113.

Cavemos, Constantine. Orthodox Christian Terminology. Belmont, Massachusetts: Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, 1994. 80 p.

Clugnet, Leon. Dictionnaire grec-francais des noms liturgiques en usage dans l’eglise grecque. Preface de J. Darrouzes. London: Variorum Reprints, 1971. x, 186 p. Reprint of the Paris 1895 ed.

Companion to the Greek Orthodox Church: Essays and References. Fotios K. Litsas, ed. NY (8–10 E. 79th St., NY 10021): Department of Communications, Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of North and South America, 1984. x, 324 p.

Coptic Encyclopedia. Aziz S. Atiya, editor in chief. NY: Macmillan, 1991. 8 v. lxxiii, 2372, 371 p.

Day, Peter D. The Liturgical Dictionary of Eastern Christianity. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 1991. viii, 334 p.

Demetrakopoulos, George H. Dictionary of Orthodox Theology: A Summary of the Beliefs, Practices and History of the Eastern Orthodox Church. With an introduction by Joh n E. Rexine. NY: Philosophical Library, 1964. xv, 187 p.

Dorosh, Joh n Thomas, comp. “The Eastern Orthodox Church: A Bibliography of Publications Printed in the Roman Alphabet with Indication of Location.” Washington, DC: s.n., 1946. xii, 216 leaves. Typescript.

Eastern Christianity: A Bibliography Selected from the ATLA Religion Database. Paul D. Petersen, ed.; Ruth F. Frazer, general editor. Rev. ed. Chicago: American Theological Library Association, 1984. 781 p. (ATLA religion index select bibliographies.)

Encyclopedia of Early Christianity. Everett Ferguson, [et al.], ed. NY: Garland, 1990. xx, 983 p. (Garland reference library of the humanities; v. 846.)

Encyclopedia of the Early Church. Angelo Di Berardino, ed.; translated from the Italian by Adrian Walford; with a foreword and bibliographic amendments by W.H.C. Frend. NY: Oxford University Press, 1992.2 v. Translation of: Dizionario patristico e di antichita cristiane.

Fahey, Michael Andrew. “Current Theology: Orthodox Ecumenism and Theology: 1970–78.” Theological Studies, v. 39, n. 3 (September 1978), p. 446–485.

Florovsky, Georges. “Religion: Christianity.” In Russia and the Soviet Union: A Bibliographic Guide to Western-Language Publications. Paul L. Horecky, ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1965. p. 335–345.

Goa, David J. Eastern Christian Ritual: A Bibliography of English Language Sources. Goa and Anna E. Altmann. Edmonton: Provincial Museum of Alberta, 1988. vi, 121 p. (Occasional paper, Provincial Museum of Alberta, Human History; n. 5.)

Handbuch der Ostkirchenkunde. Herausgegeben von Wilhelm Nyssen, Hans-Joachim Schulz und Paul Wiertz; mit Beitragen von Endre von Ivanka . . . [et al.]. Neu erarbeitete Ausg. des 1971 von Endre von Ivanka, Julius Tyciak und Paul Wiertz begrundeten Handbuchs der Ostkirchenkunde. Dusseldorf: Patmos, 1984-. Bibliography: v. 1, p. xxix-xxxiv.

Harakas, Stanley Samuel. The Orthodox Church: 455 Questions and Answers. Topically indexed by Nikki Stournaras. Minneapolis: Light & Life, 1987. xiv, 354 p.

Kleinbauer, W. Eugene. Early Christian and Byzantine Architecture: An Annotated Bibliography and Historiography. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1992. cxxiii, 779 p. (a reference publication in art history.)

Langford-James, Richard Lloyd. A Dictionary of the Eastern Orthodox Church. With a preface by Joannes Gennadius. London: Faith Press, 1923. 144 p.

List of Writings of the Professors of the Russian Orthodox Theological Institute in Paris, 1955–1965. Paris: Russian Orthodox Theological Institute, 1965?. 40 p. “. . . continues volume I of the List of writings (1925–1954)” p. [4]. L. Zander, ed.

Modern Encyclopedia of Religions in Russia and the Soviet Union. Paul D. Steeves, ed. Gulf Breeze: Academic International Press, 1988-.

Neuheuser, Hanns Peter. Internationale Bibliographie “Liturgische Bucher”: eine Auswahl kunsthistorischer und liturgiewissenschaftlicher Literatur zu liturgischen Handschriften und Drucken. International Bibliography on Liturgical Books: A Selection of Art-Historical and Liturgical Science Literature on Liturgical Manuscripts and Printed Books. NY: K. G. Saur, 1991. xxii, 147 p.

Nicol, Donald MacGillivray. A Biographical Dictionary of the Byzantine Empire. London: Seaby, 1991. xxviii, 156 p. Bibliography: p. 149–156.

Ninet, Paula. Vocabulaire theologique orthodoxe. Avec le concours d’Andre Lossky. Paris: Cerf, 1985. 205 p. (Catechese orthodoxe.)

O’Carroll, Michael. Corpus Christi: An Encyclopedia of the Eucharist. Wilmington, DE: M. Glazier, 1988. x, 220 p.

-. Theotokos-A Theological Encyclopedia of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Rev. ed. with suppl. Wilmington, DE: M. Glazier, 1983. x, 390 p.

-. Trinitas: A Theological Encyclopedia of the Holy Trinity. Wilmington, DE: M. Glazier, 1987. ix, 220 p.

-. Veni Creator Spiritus: A Theological Encyclopedia of the Holy Spirit. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 1990. xii, 232 p.

-. Verbum Caro: An Encyclopedia on Jesus, the Christ. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 1992.

Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium. Alexander P. Kazhdan, editor in chief; Alice-Mary Talbot, executive editor; Anthony Cutler, editor for art history; Timothy E. Gregory, editor for archaeology and historical geography; Nancy P. Sevcenko, associate editor. NY: Oxford University Press, 1991. 3 v.

Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church. F. L. Cross and E. A. Livingstone, eds. 2d ed., reprinted with corrections and some revisions, 1985 printing. NY: Oxford University Press, 1983. xxxi, 1520 p.

Patrinacos, Nicon D. A Dictionary of Greek Orthodoxy. Lexikon Hellenikes Orthodoxias. With a foreword by Archbishop Iakovos. 2d printing, 1987. Pleasantville, NY: Hellenic Heritage Publications, 1984. 391 p. Originally published: NY: Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of North and South America, Department of Education, 1984.

Schmemann, Alexander. Russian Theology, 1920–1965: A Bibliographical Survey. Richmond: Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, 1969. i, 35, 14 p. (Seventh Annual Bibliographical Lecture.)

Smith, Barbara Sweetland. Russian Orthodoxy in Alaska: A History, Inventory, and Analysis of the Church Archives in Alaska with an Annotated Bibliography. Anchorage: Published for the Alaska Historical Commission, 1980. x, 171 p. Previously published as Preliminary survey of documents in the archives of the Orthodox Church in Alaska. 1974. Bibliography: p. 135–161.

Stamoolis, James J. “A Selected Bibliography of Eastern Orthodox Mission Theology.” The Occasional Bulletin of Missionary Reseach, v. 1, n. 3 (July 1977), p. 24–27.

Szoverffy, Joseph. A Guide to Byzantine Hymn: A Classified Bibliography of Texts and Studies. Brookline, MA: Classical Folia Editions; Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1978-. (Medieval classics, texts, and studies; 11.)

Thompson, Bard. A Bibliography of Christian Worship. Metuchen, NJ: The American Theological Library Association and Scarecrow Press, 1989. (ATLA Bibliography Series, n. 9.)

Tsirpanlis, Constantine N. “A Bibliography of Orthodox Theology (1970–1980).” The Patristic and Byzantine Review, v. 1 (1982), p. 63–69; 154–155; 235–238; v. 2 (1983), p. 87–95.

B. Survey Works

Benz, Ernst. The Eastern Orthodox Church, Its Thought and Life. Translated from the German by Richard and Clara Winston. Garden City, NY: Anchor Books, 1963. 230 p.

Bratsiotes, Panagiotes I. The Greek Orthodox Church. Translated by Joseph Blenkinsopp. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1968. xi, 120 p. Translation of Von der griechischen Orthodoxie.

Bulgakov, Sergei Nikolaevich. The Orthodox Church. With a foreword by Thomas Hopko; translation revised by Lydia Kesich. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1988. xvi, 200 p. Translation of Pravoslavie.

Constantelos, Demetrios J. Understanding the Greek Orthodox Church: Its Faith, History, and Practice. Brookline, MA: Hellenic College Press, 1990. xiv, 220 p. Includes bibliographical references, p. 201–209, and indexes. Earlier eds.: NY: Seabury Press, 1982 (xiii, 178 p. Bibliography: p. 166–171). NY: Seabury Press, 1967 (127 p. Bibliography: p. 125–127).

Constantinides, Michael, Archbishop of North and South America, 1892–1958. The Orthodox Church. With an introduction by Joannes Gennadius. London: Williams & Norgate, Ltd., 1931. 168 p. “Books referred to in this volume”: p. 165–166.

Evdokimov, Paul. L’Orthodoxie. Neuchatel, Switzerland: Delachaux et Niestle, 1959. 351 p. (Bibliotheque theologique.) Bibliography: p. 347–348.

Fedotov, Georgii Petrovich. The Collected Works of George P. Fedotov. Editor, Richard Haugh; translated from Russian by Richard Haugh and Nickolas Lupinin. Vaduz, Liechtenstein: Buchervertriebsanstalt; Belmont, MA: Notable & Academic Books [distributor], 1988-. Vols. 1, 3–4 have imprint information from label on t.p. Originally published: Belmont, MA: Nordland. Contents: 1. St. Filipp, Metropolitan of Moscow. 2. A Treasury of Russian Spirituality. 3–4. The Russian Religious Mind. 5. Peter Abelard.

FitzGerald, Thomas E. The Orthodox Church. Westwood, CT: Greenwood Press, 1995.

Florovsky, Georges. Collected Works of Georges Florovsky. Belmont, MA: Nordland Publishing Co., 1972-. V. 4, 6–11, 13–14 published by Buchervertriebsanstalt, Vaduz. Contents: 1. Bible, Church, Tradition: An Eastern Orthodox View. 2. Christianity and Culture. 3. Creation and Redemption. 4. Aspects of Church History. 5–6. Ways of Russian Theology. 7. The Eastern Fathers of the Fourth Century. 8. The Byzantine Fathers of the Fifth Century. 9. The Byzantine Fathers of the Sixth to Eighth Century. 10. The Byzantine Ascetic and Spiritual Fathers. 11. Theology and Literature. 12. Philosophy: Philosophical Problems and Movements. 13–14. Ecumenism.

Hackel, Sergei. The Orthodox Church. London: Ward Lock Educational, 1971. 48 p. (Living religions series.) Bibliography: p. 45.

King, Joh n Glen, 1732–1787. The Rites and Ceremonies of the Greek Church, in Russia; Containing an Account of Its Doctrine, Worship, and Discipline. London: Printed for W. Owen, 1772. Reprinted: NY: AMS Press, 1970. xix, 477 p.

Lossky, Vladimir. Orthodox Theology: An Introduction. Translated by Ian and Ihita Kesarcodi-Watson. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1978. 137 p. Chapters 1–4 were originally published in Messager de l’Exarchat du patriarche russe en Europe occidentale, 1964–1965, as a series of related pieces under title: Theologie dogmatique.

Meyendorff, John. The Orthodox. NY: Paulist Press, 1966. 24 p.

-. The Orthodox Church: Its Past and Its Role in the World Today. Translated from the French by Joh n Chapin. 3d rev. ed. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1981. xii, 258 p. Revised translation of L’Eglise orthodoxe: hier et aujourd’hui. Bibliography: p. 245–248.

Neale, Joh n Mason. The Holy Eastern Church: A Popular Outline of Its History, Doctrines, Liturgies, and Vestments. By a priest of the English church [attributed to Joh n Mason Neale]; the preface by the Rev. Dr. Littledale. 2d ed. London: J. T. Hayes, 1873. xi, 102 p., 4 leaves of plates.

Nissiotis, Nikos A. An Introduction to the Ethos and Liturgy of the Eastern Orthodox Church. Led by Nikos Nissiotis. Isafia: United Christian Council in Israel, 1968. [6], 50 p. Full report of the conference held under the auspices of the United Christian Council in Israel, at Stella Carmel, Isafia, Israel . . . 27–28th Feb., 1968.

Roberson, Ronald G. The Eastern Christian Churches: A Brief Survey. Revised 3d ed. Rome: Pontificium institutum studiorum orientalium, 1990. xi, 129 p.

Schmemann, Alexander. Historical Road of Eastern Orthodoxy. Translated by Lydia W. Kesich. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1977. viii, 343 p. Translation of Istoricheskii put pravoslaviia. Reprint of the 1963 ed. published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston, NY. Bibliography: p. 342–343.

Vaporis, N. M., ed. Rightly Teaching the Word of Your Truth. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1995.

Ware, Kallistos. The Orthodox Church. Baltimore: Penguin Books, 1964. 352 p. (A Pelican original, A592.) First published 1963. Reprinted with revisions, 1964.

-. The Orthodox Way. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1980. 204 p. Bibliography: p. 186–195.

Yannaras, Christos. Elements of Faith: An Introduction to Orthodox Theology. Keith Schram, trans. Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1991. xiv, 167 p. Translation of Alphavetari tes pistes.

Zernov, Nicolas. The Russians and Their Church. 3d ed. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1978. v, 192 p. Bibliography: p. 185–187.

C. Periodicals

Abba Salama. v. 1–10 (1970–79). Addis Ababa. 10 v. Annual. In English, with some text in Amharic or Greek. A review of the Association of Ethio-Hellenic Studies.

Biserica Ortodoxa Romana (Bucharest: Tipografia Institutului Biblic si de Misiune Ortodoxa).

Bogoslovskie trudy (Moscow: Izd. Moskovskaia patriarkhiia). Sbornik 1 (1960)-.

Canadian Orthodox Messenger (Ottawa: Archdiocese of Canada of the Orthodox Church in America). New ser. v. 1, n. 1 (Mar. 1989)-. Quarterly.

Christian East (Westminster: Faith Press). V. 1, n. 1 (March 1920)-v. 18, n. 1 & 2 (Jan.-June 1938); New ser., v. 1, n. 1 (March 1950)-v. 2, n. 7 & 8 (winter 1953–4). 20 v. Quarterly (irregular) “A quarterly review devoted to the study of the eastern churches.” None published July 1938-Feb. 1950. Vols. for Mar. 1920-July 1922 published for the Anglican and Eastern Churches Association by the Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge; Oct.-Dec. 1922 by the Association; Mar. 1923-winter 1953/54 for the Association by Faith Press.

Christian Orient (Kottayam, Kerala, S. India: St. Thomas Apostle Seminary). V. 1, n. 1 (Mar. 1980)-. Quarterly. “An Indian journal of Eastern churches for creative theological thinking.” Issued by Oriental Study Forum, Mar. 1985-.

Concern (Nyack, NY: Orthodox Christian Education Commission: Orthodox Campus Commission). V. 1, n. 1 (winter 1966)-v. 12, n. 3 (spring 1976). 12 v. Quarterly. Other title: Orthodox concern for the life of the world. Vols. have subtitle: Orthodox concern for the life of the world. The two Commissions serve as “working committees of the Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas.” Continues Bulletin of Orthodox Christian Education.

Contacts: Revue francaise de l’orthodoxie (Paris). V. 1 (1949)-. Quarterly.

Current Developments in the Eastern European Churches (Geneva: World Council of Churches). N. 1 (Jan. 1959)-N. 39/40 (Nov».Dec. 1967). 40 nos. Irregular. “From the Desk for Documentation concerning Eastern European Churches.”

Diakonia: Devoted to Promoting a Knowledge and Understanding of Eastern Christianity (Bronx, NY: Joh n XXIII Center; Scranton, PA: University of Scranton). V. 1 (1966)-.

Eastern Churches Review (Oxford: Holywell Press). V. 1, n. 1 (spring 1966)-v. 10, n. 1–2. 1966–1978. 10 v. Semiannual Publisher varies: Oxford University Press, autumn 1974; Clarendon Press, –1978. V. 9, n. 1 and 2 (1977), and v. 10, n. 1 and 2 (1978), each issued combined. Absorbed by: Sobornost. Also: Clarke, Boden. Eastern Churches Review: An Index to Volumes I-X, 1966–1978. San Bernardino, CA: Borgo Press, 1989. (Borgo reference library; v. 6.)

Echos d’Orient (Bucharest; Saint-Cloud: Europeriodiques, S.A.). t. 1 (oct. 1897)-39 (n. 1–199/200) (juil. 1940/dec. 1942). Bimonthly, quarterly, and irregular. 39 v. Reprint of a serial issued 1897–1942 in Paris. “Reimprime avec l’autorisation de l’Institut francais d’etudes byzantines.” Suspended Sept. 1914-мая 1915; July 1940-Dec. 1942. Indexes: Vols. 1–14, 1897–1911. 1 v. Supersedes Etudes byzantines.

Episkepsis. (Chambesy-Geneva: Orthodoxon Kentron tou Oikumenikou Patriarcheiou). Semimonthly (irregular) Began with 16 Febr. 1970. Issued also in a French language ed. with the same title.

Epistemonike epeteris (Thessalonica: The School) T. 1 (1953)-. Annual. Includes some special nos. in addition to regular numbering. Chiefly Greek; some articles in French, German, and English; many articles have summaries in English, French, or German. Vols. for 1957– issued by Aristoteleion Panepistemion Thessalonikes.

Greek Orthodox Theological Review (Brookline, MA: Holy Cross School of Theology, Hellenic College). V. 1 (Aug. 1954)-. Quarterly. “Official publication of the Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Theological School”. Vols. for 1951-winter 1966/67 issued by the Greek Archdiocese Holy Cross Orthodox Theological School (called winter 1960/61-summer 1964 Holy Cross Theological School); spring 1968-, spring/fall 1975 by the Holy Cross School of Theology, Hellenic College. Indexes: Vols. 6–10, 1960-winter 1964/65, in v. 10, n. 2.

Irenikon: Revue des Moines de Chevetogne (Belgium: Monastere de Chevetogne). T. 1 (1926)-. Quarterly.

Journal of Early Christian Studies: Journal of the North American Patristics Society (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins U. Pr.) V. 1 (1993)-. Continues The Second Century.

Journal of the Moscow Patriarchate (Moscow: Moscow Patriarchate). 1971-. Monthly. “The editors of the ‘Journal of the Moscow Patriarchate’ are embarking upon an English edition of the official periodical of the Russian Orthodox Church.”-p. [1] of issue 1 for 1971, dated Oct. 1971. Numbering begins each year with 1. Two issues only for 1971.

Kyrios: Vierteljahresschrift fur Kirchen- und Geistesgeschichte Osteuropas (Berlin: Lutherisches Verlagshaus H. Renner; Graz, Austria: Akademische Druck- u. Verlagsanstalt). 1. Bd. (1936)-6. Bd., Heft 1/2; (1942/43); n. F., Bd. 1 (1960/61)-. Reprint. Konigsberg, Prussia: Ost-Europa Verlag. Founded by H. Koch.

Messager orthodoxe. n. 5 (1959)- Quarterly. “Periodique de l’Action chretienne des etudiants russes.” “Revue de pensee et d’action orthodoxes.” Continues Messager.

Observateur orthodoxe (Montreal: Eglise orthodoxe russe a l’etranger, Archidiocese de Montreal et du Canada). No 1 (juin 1983)-. Trimestriel (irregulier).

One Church: Bi-Monthly Journal of the Patriarchal Parishes in the U.S., Moscow Patriarchate (NY). V. 1 (Sept. 1947)-. Bimonthly. Other titie: Edinaia tserkov. Organ of the Patriarchal Exarchate in America. Monthly 1948–53 Irregular 1947, 1954-. Published also in a Russian-language ed.

Orientalia christiana periodica (Rome: Pontificium institutum orientalium studiorum). v. 1 (1935)-. Two nos. a year “Commentarii de re orientali aetatis christianae sacra et profana.” Summary: Includes section “Recensiones”. In Latin, English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish. Indexes: Vols. 1–25, 1939–59, in v. 25.

Orthodox Monitor (Washington, DC: The Committee for the Defense of Persecuted Orthodox Christians, Washington Chapter). N. 1 (Nov.-Dec. 1978)-. Bimonthly, 1978–79. Quarterly, 1980-Jan».June 1981. Issued: 1978-Sept».Dec. 1979 by the Committee for the Defense of Persecuted Orthodox Christians, Washington Chapter; 1980– by the Committee for the Defense of Persecuted Orthodox Christians, Inc.

Orthodox News (London: Saint George Orthodox Information Service). V. 2, n. 1 (Aug».Sept. 1984)-. Issued with the blessing of Bishop Kallistos of Diokleia. Subtitle varies: “published free of editorial control,” Feb. 1985-. Continues News (Saint George Orthodox Information Service).

Orthodox Observer. Ho Orthodoxos parateretes (NY: Greek Archdiocese of North and South America). V. 1, n. 1 (Nov. 25, 1934)-37, n. 618 (Sept. 1971). Frequency varies. Continued by: Orthodox Observer. Orthodoxos parateretes (NY: Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Press Monthly). V. 37, n. 619 (20 Oct. 1971)-. Biweekly, Oct. 20, 1971-. In English and Greek. Vols. for Sept. 1955-Mar. 1958 “published under the auspices of the Greek Archdiocese”; Apr. 1958-Sept. 1971 official publication of, and published by, the Greek Archdiocese of North and South America. Has supplement: Orthodox observer quarterly Mar. 1972-.

Orthodox Thought and Life (Kingston, NY: Hellenism in America, Inc.). V. 1, n. 1 (1984)-. Quarterly. Other title: A Journal devoted to popular Orthodox enlightenment and Eastern Christian spirituality. Editor: Constantine Tsirpanlis.

Orthodoxe parousia (Limassol, Cyprus: Ekd. Orthodoxou Pneumatikou Kentrou).

Orthodoxe parousia: trimeniaio periodiko tes Hieras Metropoleos Germanias kai Exarchias Kentroas Europes. Orthodoxe Gegenwart: vierteljahres Schrift der Griechisch-Orthodoxen Metropolie von Deutschland und Exarchats von Zentral Europa. Ar. (Bonn: Exarchias). teuch. 1–2 (Ian.-Ioun. 1981)-. Quarterly.

Orthodoxes Forum: Zeitschrift des Instituts fur Orthodoxe Theologie der Universitat Munchen (St. Ottilien: EOS Verlag). 1. Jahrg., Heft 1 (1987)-. Semiannual.

Orthodoxia (Constantinople: Typois Tassau Bakalopoulou). Etos 1, teuchos 1– (30 Apr. 1926)-. Other title: Oct. 1928-, Ortodoksia. “Periodikon ethikothreskeutikon”. Issues for Apr. 1926-Sept. 1928 also have titles in Arabic. Vols. for 1926–1934 consecutively numbered teuchos 1–108.

Ortodoxia (Bucharest: Institutul Biblic si de Misiune Ortodoxa). 1949?-. Four nos. a year. “Revista Patriarhiei Romine.”

Ostkirchliche Studien (Wurzburg, Augustinus-Verlag). 1. Bd. (Jan. 1952)-. Quarterly. Reprint: 1.–9. Band (1952–1960). Amsterdam: Adolf M. Hakkert, 1967–1978. 9 v. Annual.

Ostliche Christentum (Wurzburg). Hft. 1–11 (1936–1940); Neue Folge. Hft. 1 (1947)-. “Abhandlugen, im Auftrag der Arbeitsgemeinschaft der deutschen Augustinerodensprovinz zum Studium der Ostkirche.”

Patristic and Byzantine Review (Kingston, NY: American Institute for Patristic and Byzantine Studies). V. 1, n. 1 (1982)-. Three nos. a year. Greek title: Paterike-Byzantine epitheoresis.

Pensee Orthodoxe (Paris: YMCA-Press). 1966-. Issued by Institut de Theologie Orthodoxe Saint-Serge. “Travaux de l’Institut de Theologie Orthodoxe Saint-Serge.”

Perspective orthodoxe (Geneva: Labor et Fides). No 1 (1980)-.

Pravoslavnoe chtenie: izdanie moskovskoi Patriiarkhii. Russian Orthodox Readings (Moscow: Moskovskaia Patriiarkhiia). 1 (1990)-. Monthly. Other title: Lecture Orthodoxe. Other title: Orthodoxes Leseheft. Other title: Lecturas de la Ortodoxia Rusa. Title also in French: Lecture Orthodoxe; German: Orthodoxes Leseheft; and Spanish: Lecturas de la Ortodoxia Rusa. Text in English. Continues Moscow church herald.

Presence orthodoxe (Paris). 1967-. Quarterly. Began with n. 1 in 1967. “Revue de l’orthodoxie occidentale.” Organ of the Eglise catholique orthodoxe de France, 1969–1971. Indexes: Nos. 1 (1967)-31 (1975) in 1 separate vol. nos. 1 (1967)-74 (1987) in no 75 (1987). Continues Portique Saint-Denis.

Proche-Orient chretien (Jerusalem: Seminaire Sainte-Anne). t. 1 (1951)-. Quarterly. “Revue d’etudes et d’informations.”

Revue des eglises d’Orient (Bar-le-Duc: Schorderet). 1890-. Monthly continues Revue de l’Eglise grecque-unie.

Romanian Orthodox Church News Quarterly Bulletin (Bucharest, Romania: The Department). Year 1, n. 1 (1971)-. Edited by the Department of Foreign Relations of the Romanian Patriarchate. Quarterly. Issued also in Romanian and French.

St. Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly (New York). v. 1–4, n. 3/4, (fall 1952-summer 1956); n.s. v.l – (Jan. 1957)-. Title varies: 1952-? St. Vladimir’s Seminary Quarterly. Published by the faculty of St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary.

Sobornost, Incorporating Eastern Churches Review (London: Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius). V. 1 (1979)-. Semiannual. Formed by the union of Sobornost and Eastern Churches Review.

SOP: service orthodoxe de presse et d’information (Paris: Comite Inter-episcopal orthodoxe en France). N. 1 (Oct. 1975)-. Monthly. Other title: Service orthodoxe de presse et d’information.

Sourozh: A Journal of Orthodox Life and Thought (Oxford, England: Russian Patriarchal Diocese of Sourozh). N. 1 (Aug. 1980)-. Quarterly. Founder and editor-in-chief: 1980-, Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh.

Star of the East: An Ecumenical Journal Dealing Specially with the Oriental and Eastern Orthodox Churches (Kottayam, India: K. M. George). V. 1, n. 1 (Jan. 1979)-. Quarterly continues Star of the east (Sasthamkotta, India).

Studie ricerche sull’Oriente cristiano (Rome). anno 1 (genn».apr. 1978)-. Three nos. a year.

Studia patristica et liturgica (Regensburg: Kommissionsverlag Friedrich Pustet). Fasc. 1 (1967)-. “Quae edidit Institutum Liturgicum Ratis-bonense.”

Texts and Studies (London: Thyateira House, Foundation for Hellenism in Great Britain). 1982–1988. 7 v. English or Greek.

Theologia (Athens, Greece). Tomos 1 (1923)-. Quarterly. Suspended 1941–47 (tomos 19 covers 1941–48). Beginning with v. 4, some issues have whole numbering: teuchos 13-. V. 18 called also periodos B [2d ser.], tomos 1. Has supplement: Hellenike theologike vivliographia.

West-Ostlicher Weg (Kattern bei Breslau). Jahrg. 1 (1928)-.

D. Yearbooks, Annuals, and Newspapers

Calendarul credinta. (Detroit: Romanian Orthodox Missionary Archdiocese in America and Canada). 1976-. Faith almanac. Spine title: Credinta “The Faith” Calendar. Issues for 1978– have English title: Faith almanac. In Romanian and English. Vol. for 1976 issued by Romanian Orthodox Missionary Archdiocese in America and Canada. Continues Calendarul ortodox credinta.

Church and Theology (London: Thyateira House). V. 1 (1980)-. Annual. Greek title: Ekklesia kai theologia [ekklesiastike kai theologike epeteris tes Hieras Archiepiskopes Thyateiron kai Megales Vretannias], 1981-. Text in English, French, and Greek.

Eastern Orthodox World Directory (Boston: Branden Press). 1968-. J. Kuzmission, ed.

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of North and South America. Yearbook (NY: The Archdiocese) 1967-. Annual. English or Greek.

Jahrbuch der Orthodoxie. Yearbook of the Orthodox Church. Annuaire de l’Eglise orthodoxe (Munich: Athos-Verlag). 1976/77-. Editor: 1976/77– Alex Proc. Imprint varies: 1978-. Verlag A. Proc. To be published every year alternately in different languages: Jahrbuch der Orthodoxie, Yearbook of the Orthodox Church, Annuaire de l’Eglise orthodoxe. English translation, 1978-, by Nigel Kinsella.

Oriens Christianus (Wiesbaden: O. Harrassowitz). 1901–30. Annual. 1931– Bd. [1]-65 also called Jahrg. 1–8, 1901–08; 2. serie 1–14, 1911–25; 3. serie 1–14, 1927–39; 4. serie l-<29> 1953-<1981> “Hefte fur die Kunde des christlichen Orients.” Vols. 1–8 have added t.p. in Italian. Im Auftrage der Gorres-Gesellschaft.

Orthodox Church. (Syosset, NY: Metropolitan Council of the Orthodox Church in America). Ten nos. a year, Jan. 1966-Dec. 1977. Monthly, Jan. 1978-Dec. 1978. Vols. for Jan. 1966-Mar. 1970 published by the Metropolitan Council of the Russian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church of America; Apr. 1970-Dec. 1978 by the Orthodox Church in America; Apr.-Oct. 1970 and Mar. 1971-Dec. 1978 by its Metropolitan Council; Nov. 1970-Feb. 1971 by its Executive Council; Apr.-Oct. 1970 under the variant name of The Church: Autho-cephalous Orthodox Church in America.

Orthodox Church in America. Yearbook & Church Directory (Syosset, NY: The Church). 1977-. Annual. Continues Yearbook and church directory of the Orthodox Church in America. 22d ed. (1971)-. In turn, continues Russian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church of America Yearbook and church directory. Russian title: Ezhegodnik Pravoslavnoi tserkvi v Amerike, kn. 1. (1975)-.

Revue des etudes byzantines (Paris: Institut francais d’etudes byzantines). t. 1 (1943)-. Annual. Title varies: Etudes byzantines, 1943–1945. French (chiefly), English, German, and Greek. Indexes: Index t. 1 (1943)- 40 (1982) at end of t. 41. Vols. for 1946–48 issued by the Institut in Bucharest. Supersedes Echos d’Orient.

Russian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church of America. Year Book and Church Directory of the Russian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church of America (Metropolia) (New York). 1st-21st ed. (1950–70). Annual. Vols. for 1950–59 issued by the church under a variant form of name: Russian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church of North America. Vols. for 1950–62 published by the Publishing Committee of its Metropolitan Council. Continued by Yearbook and church directory of the Orthodox Church in America.

Studia Patristica: Papers Presented to the . . . International Conference on Patristic Studies Held at . . . (Berlin: Akademie-Verlag) V. 1 (1957)-. (Texte und Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der altchristlichen Literatur; 63–64, 78–81, 92–94, 107–108, 115–117, 128) Quadrennial. Vols. 1-<18> are papers presented at the 2nd-9th International Conference on Patristic Studies. English, French, German, Italian, Russian, or Spanish. Indexes: Author index: v. 1–14, in v. 14. Beginning with the 7th Conference, selected papers also published in the series: Nag Hammadi studies. V. 17 published in 3 parts. V. 17 pt. 1–3 has only Studia Patristica in the title page. V. 17 published by Pergamon Press, Oxford and New York, 1982. Main series: Texte und Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der altchristlichen Literatur.

Word (Brooklyn: Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of New York and All North America). V. 1 (1957)-. Monthly except July and Aug. Founded in Arabic as Al Kalimat, Jan. 1905. Founded in English as The Word, Jan. 1957. Official publication of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of New York and all North America.

II. Art, Architecture, and Music

1000 Jahre russische Kunst: zur Erinnerung an die Taufe der Rus im Jahr 988: Schleswig-Holsteinisches Landesmuseum, Schloss Gottorf, Schleswig, 14.8.–23.10.1988: Hessisches Landesmuseum, Museum Wiesbaden, 21.11.1988– 29.1.1989. Die deutsche Ausgabe des Katalogs wurde von Eckhard Weiher, Felix Keller und Gabriele Wolf-Keller ubersetzt und bearbeitet, von Heinz Spielmann und Jan Drees redigiert. Schleswig: Schleswig-Holsteinisches Landesmuseum; Wiesbaden: Hessisches Landesmuseum, Museum Wiesbaden, 1988. 453 p. Title on added t.p. in Russian: 1000-letie russkoi khudozhestvennoi kultury.

Ainalov, Dimitrii Vlasyevich. The Hellenistic Origins of Byzantine Art. Translated from the Russian by Elizabeth Sobolevitch and Serge Sobolevitch; edited by Cyril Mango. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1961. xv, 322 p. 128 illus. (Rutgers Byzantine series) “Published for the first and only time, in 1900–1901 in the ‘Bulletin of the Imperial Russian archaeological society’.” Bibliographical references included in “Notes,” p. 282–308.

Brill, Nicholas P. History of Russian Church Music, 988–1917. 2d ed. Bloomington, IL: Brill, 1982. vi, 209 p. Bibliography: p. 207–209.

Brumfield, William Craft. Christianity and the Arts in Russia. Brumfield and Milos M. Velimirovic. Cambridge: University Press, 1992. 351 p.

-. A History of Russian Architecture. Text and photographs by William Craft Brumfield. NY: Cambridge University Press, 1993. 644 p.

Bychkov, Victor V. The Aesthetic Face of Being: Art in the Theology of Pavel Florensky. Translated from the Russian by Richard Prevear and Larissa Volokhonsky. Preface by Robert Slesinski. Crestwood, NY: SVS Press, 1993. 101 p.

Cavemos, Constantine. Byzantine Churches of Thessaloniki. Belmont, Massachusetts: Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, 1995. 88 p.

Chatzidakis, Manolis. The Great Meteoron: History and Art. Athens: Interamerican, 1990. 222 p.

-. Icons of Patmos: Questions of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Painting. Thetis Xanthaki, trans. Athens: National Bank of Greece, 1985. 205 p., [8], 207 p. of plates. Rev. translation of Eikones tes Patmou. Bibliography: p. 13–16.

Chatzidakis, Nano. Icons of the Cretan School (15th-16th Century): Exhibition Catalogue. Athens: Benakai Museum, 1983. 104 p. Bibliography: p. 99–104.

Christianity and the Arts in Russia. William C. Brumfield, Milos M. Velimirovich. NY: Cambridge University Press, 1991. xv, 95 p. Essays presented at a symposium, held in мая 1988 at the Library of Congress.

Chrysaphes, Manuel, fl. 1440–1463. The Treatise of Manuel Chrysaphes, the Lampadarios: On the Theory of the Art of Chanting and On Certain Erroneous Views That Some Hold About It. Text, translation, and commentary by Dimitri E. Conomos. Vienna: Verlag der Osterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1985. 119 p. (Monumenta musicae Byzantinae. Corpus scriptorum de re musica; v. 2.) Original: Mount Athos: Iviron Monastery 1120, July 1458. English and Greek. Greek title: Peri ton entheoroumenon te psaltike techne kai on phronousi kakos tines peri auton.

Conomos, Dimitri E. Byzantine Hymnography and Byzantine Chant. Brookline, MA: Hellenic College Press, 1984. ix, 50 p. (The Nicholas E. Kulukundis lectures in Hellenism.)

-. Byzantine Trisagia and Cheroubika of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries: A Study of Late Byzantine Liturgical Chant. Thessalonica: Patriarchal Institute for Patristic Studies, 1974. 381 p. A revision of the author’s thesis, University of Oxford. Bibliography: p. 369–378.

-. The Late Byzantine and Slavonic Communion Cycle: Liturgy and Music. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 1985. xiv, 207 p. (Dumbarton Oaks studies; 21.) Bibliography: p. 197– 203.

Coomler, David. The Icon Handbook. Springfield, Ill.: Templegate Publications, 1995. 319 p.

Dionysios, of Fourna, ca. 1670-ca. 1745. The ‘Painter’s Manual’ of Dionysius of Fourna: An English translation [from the Greek] with commentary of cod. gr. 708 in the Saltykov-Shchedrin State Public Library, Leningrad. Paul Hetherington, ed. London (78 Redesdale Gardens, Isleworth, MTW7 5JD): Sagittarius Press, 1974. 9, 128 p. Translation of Hermeneia tes zographikes. Bibliography: p. 116–117.

Divine Liturgy. David Drillock, Helen Erickson, and Joh n Erickson, ed. Crestwood, NY: SVS Press, 1980.

Dumbarton Oaks. Handbook of the Byzantine Collection. New edition of 1955 handbook. Washington, 1967. xv, 125, 95 p. Introduction by Ernst Kitzinger.

Evdokimov, Paul. Art of the Icon: A Theology of Beauty. Translated by Fr. Steven Bigham. Redondo Beach, CA: Oakwood Publications, 1990. vi, 353 p., 11. “Originally published in French under the title L’Art de L’Icone: Theologie de la Beaute.

Four Icons in the Menil Collection. Edited by Bertrand Davezac. Houston: The Collection, 1992. 135 p. (The Menil Collection monographs; v. 1.)

Giakalis, Ambrosios. Images of the Divine: the Theology of Icons at the Seventh Ecumenical Council. Foreword by Henry Chadick. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1994. xv, 151 p.

Golden Light: Masterpieces of the Art of the Icon. Ministerie van de Vlaamse Gemeenschap, Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerpen; N. Chatzidakis . . . et al. Ghent: Snopeck-Ducaju & Zoon, 1988. 210 p. “Translation: L. A. Blacksberg (Dutch-English)”-T.p. verso. Includes bibliographical references, p. 201–205. Catalog of an exhibition held in 1988.

Grabar, Andre. Beginnings of Christian Art, 200–395. Translated from the French by Stuart Gilbert and James Emmons. London: Thames & Hudson, 1967. 7, 325 p. 313 illus. (The Arts of mankind; v. 9.) Originally published as Le Premier art chretien (200–395). Paris: Gallimard, 1966. Bibliography: p. 307–313.

-. Byzantine Painting: Historical and Critical Study. Translated by Stuart Gilbert. Geneva: Skira, 1953. 200 p. (The Great centuries of painting.) Bibliography: p. 194.

-. Byzantium: Byzantine Art in the Middle Ages. Translated from the German by Betty Forster. London: Methuen, 1966. 216 p. 62 plates (Art of the world; a series of regional histories of the visual arts.) Bibliography: p. 209–210.

-. Byzantium: From the Death of Theodosius to the Rise of Islam. Translated from the French by Stuart Gilbert and James Emmons. London: Thames & Hudson, 1966. 9, 416 p. 475 illus. (The Arts of mankind.) Bibliography: p. 383–392. Translation of L’age d’or de Justinien.

-. Christian Iconography: A Study of Its Origins: the A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts, 1961, the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. Translated from the French by Terry Grabar. London: Rout-ledge & Kegan Paul, 1969. ii-1, 175 p. 202 plates, 346 illus. (The A. W. Mellon lectures in the fine arts, 1961.) Bibliography: p. 149–158.

-. Early Christian Art: From the Rise of Christianity to the Death of Theodosius. Translated by Stuart Gilbert and James Emmons. NY: Odyssey Press, 1968. 325 p. (The Arts of mankind, v. 9.) Translation of Le Premier art chretien (200–395) Bibliography: p. 307–313.

-. Early Medieval Painting From the Fourth to the Eleventh Century. Mosaics and Mural Painting, A. Grabar; Book illumination, Carl Nordenfalk. Translated by Stuart Gilbert. NY: Skira, 1957. 241 p. (The Great centuries of painting.). Bibliography: p. 223–225.

-. Golden Age of Justinian, From the Death of Theodosius to the Rise of Islam. Translated by Stuart Gilbert and James Emmons. New York, Odyssey Press, 1967. 408 p. 392 illus. (The Arts of mankind.) Translation of L’age d’or de Justinien. Bibliography: p. 381392.

-. Romanesque Painting From the Eleventh to the Thirteenth Century. Mural Painting, A. Grabar; Book Illumination, Carl Nordenfalk. Translated by Stuart Gilbert. NY: Skira 1958. 229 p. (The Great centuries of painting.) Translation of De la fin de l’epoque romaine au onzieme siecle. Bibliography: p. 211–214.

Icons: Windows on Eternity: Theology and Spirituality in Colour. Gennadios Limouris, comp. Geneva: WCC Publications, 1990. x, 228 p., 16 p. of plates (Faith and Order paper; 147.) Bibliography: p. 217–224.

James, Liz. Light and Colour in Byzantine Art. New York: Clarendon Press, 1995.

Kalokyres, Konstantinos D. The Byzantine Wall Paintings of Crete. Photographs by Farrell Grehan; translation by Leonidas Contos and Constantine Kazanis. New York: Red Dust, 1973. 184 p. Translation of the author’s Greek original, published in 1957. Bibliography: p. 182.

-. The Essence of Orthodox Iconography. English translation by Peter Chamberas. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1985. 107 p., 19 p. of plates. Translation of He ousia tes Orthodoxou eikonographias.

Kartsonis, Anna D. Anastasis: The Making of an Image. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1986. xviii, 263 p., 68 p. of plates. Bibliography: p. 237–255.

Kitzinger, Ernst. Art of Byzantium and the Medieval West: Selected Studies. Edited by W. Eugene Kleinbauer. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1976. xvii, 419 p.

-. Byzantine Art in the Making: Main Lines of Stylistic Development in Mediterranean Art, 3rd-7th Century. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1977. xii, 175 p.

-. Byzantine Art in the Period Between Justinian and Iconoclasm. [s. 1.: s. n.], 1958? 50 p., 26 leaves of plates. Based on a lecture delivered at a symposium entitled “Byzantium in the seventh century” held at Dumbarton Oaks in мая 1957.

-. “Byzantine Contribution to Western Art of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries: Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1965.” Dumbarton Oaks Papers (Washington), n. 20 (1966), p. 265–266.

-. “Byzantine Contribution to Western Art of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries. Substance of the Conclusions presented at the final session of a symposium on The Byzantine contribution to western art of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, held at Dumbarton Oaks in мая 1965.” Dumbarton Oaks Papers (Washington), n. 20 (1966), p. 25–47.

-. “Byzantium in the Seventh Century. Report on a Dumbarton Oaks symposium.” Dumbarton Oaks Papers (Washington, DC), n. 13 (1959), p. 271–273. Reprinted by Johnson Reprint Corp., 1967.

-. “Christian Imagery: Growth and Impact.” In: Age of Spirituality: A Symposium. NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art; Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1980. p. 141–163.

-. “Cult of Images in the Age Before Iconoclasm.” Dumbarton Oaks Papers (Cambridge, MA), n. 8 (1954), p. 83–150. Reprinted by Johnson Reprint Corp., 1967.

-. “Horse and Lion tapestry at Dumbarton Oaks: A Study in Coptic and Assanian Textile Design.” Dumbarton Oaks Papers (Cambridge, MA), n. 3 (1946), p. [1]-72. “References frequently used”: p. 62. Reprinted by Johnson Reprint Corp., 1967.

-. “Marble Relief of the Theodosian Period.” “Identical with a paper delivered at the Symposium of ‘The Dumbarton Oaks Collection: Studies in Byzantine Art’, held at Dumbarton Oaks in мая 1958.” Dumbarton Oaks Papers (Washington), n. 14 (1960), p. 17–42.

-. Portraits of Christ. With sixteen color plates and fourteen black-and-white illustrations and a text by Ernst Kitzinger and Elizabeth Senior . . . Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England: Penguin Books Ltd., 1940. 32 p., XVI col. pl. on 81. (The King Penguin books.)

-. “Studies on Late Antique and Early Byzantine Floor Mosaics. I. Mosaics at Nikopolis.” Dumbarton Oaks Papers (Cambridge, MA), n. 6 (1951), p. 81–122. Reprinted by Johnson Reprint Corp., 1967.

-. “Survey of the Early Christian Town of Stobi.” Bibliography: p. 154–161. Dumbarton Oaks Papers (Cambridge, MA) n. 3 (1946), p. 81162. Reprinted by Johnson Reprint Corp., 1967.

Kollias, Elias. Patmos. Manolis Chatzidakis, gen. ed.; Helen Zigada, trans. Athens, Greece: Melissa Publishing House, 1985. 40 p. (Byzantine art in Greece. Mosaics, wall paintings.) Translated from the Greek.

Krautheimer, Richard. “Constantinian Basilica.” Dumbarton Oaks Papers, n. 21, p. 117–140. 10 illus. “This paper was read at a symposium on the age of Constantine: tradition and innovation, held at Dumbarton Oaks in мая 1966.” Offprint, Washington, DC, 1967.

-. Early Christian and Byzantine Architecture. 4th ed. Revised by Richard Krautheimer and Slobodan Curcic. Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England; NY: Penguin, 1986. 556 p. (The Pelican history of art.) Bibliography: p. 523–525.

-. Three Christian Capitals: Topography and Politics. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1982. xiv, 167 p. (Una’s lectures; 4.) Four revised and enlarged lectures originally given at the University of California, Berkeley, in мая 1979.

Kuopion ortodoksinen kirkkomuseo. Treasures of the Orthodox Church Museum in Finland. Text, Kristina Thomenius; translation Erja and Tony Melville. Kuopio, Finland: Kustannuskiila, 1985. 124 p. Bibliography: p. 97.

Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts. Edited by David Drillock, Joh n H. Erickson. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1990. 264 p.

Mango, Cyril A. Apse Mosaics of St. Sophia at Istanbul, Report on Work Carried Out in 1964. C. Mango and Ernest J. W. Hawkins. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies; Locust Valley, NY: distributed by J. J. Augustin, 1965. p. 115–151, 36 p. of plates “An offprint from Dumbarton Oaks papers, number nineteen.”-Cover.

-. Art of the Byzantine Empire, 312–1453; Sources and Documents. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1972. xvi, 272 p. (Sources and documents in the history of art series.) Bibliography: p. 260.

-. Byzantine Architecture. New York: Rizzoli, 1985. 215 p. (History of world architecture.) Bibliography: p. 205–206.

-. Materials for the Study of the Mosaics of St. Sophia at Istanbul. Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 1962. xvii, 145 p. (Dumbarton Oaks studies, 8.)

-. Mosaics of St. Sophia at Istanbul, the Church Fathers in the North Tympanum. C. Mango and Ernest J. W. Hawkins. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies; Locust Valley, NY: distributed by J. J. Augustin, 1972. 41 p., 44 p. of plates “An offprint from Dumbarton Oaks papers, number twenty-six.”-Cover.

Monuments of Russian Sacred Music: Historical Anthology of Russian Church Music (10th-20th cent.). Sea Cliff, NY: The Russian Choral Society, 1989-. V. 1: One Thousand Years of Russian Church Music 988–1988. 773 p.

Mouriki, Doula, ed. Byzantine East, Latin West. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University, 1995.

Neale, Joh n Mason. Hymns of the Eastern Church. NY: AMS Press, 1971. xii, 164 p. Reprint of the 1862 ed.

Ouspensky, Leonide. The Meaning of Icons. Ouspensky and Vladimir Lossky; translated by G.E.H. Palmer and E. Kadloubovsky. Revised ed. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1982. 222 p. Translation of Der Sinn der Ikonen. Bibliography: p. 221.

-. Theology of the Icon. Translated by Anthony Gythiel with selections translated by Elizabeth Meyendorff. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1992. 2 v. Vol. 1 is a revised translation of Essai sur la theologie de l’icone dans l’Eglise orthodoxe; vol. 2 is a translation of La theologie de l’icone. Both were translated originally from the Russian.

Ousterhout, Robert and Leslie Brubaker, eds. Sacred Image East and West. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1994.

Papaconstantinou, Helen Protopapadakis. Passion Week: Encounters of the Lord With Some Women. Athens: [s.n.], 1988 (J. Makris, Graphic Arts.) 170 p. Text in English and Greek.

Patmos: Treasures of the Monastery. Athanasios D. Koninis, gen. ed. Athens: Ekdotike Athenon, 1988. 383 p.

Pelikan, Jaroslav Jan. Imago Dei: the Byzantine Apologia for Icons. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art; Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1990. xii, 196 p. (Bollingen series; XXXV, 36.) (The A. W. Mellon lectures in the fine arts; 1987.) Bibliography: p. 183–193.

Pokrovskii, Nikolai Vasilevich. “The Gospel in the Monuments of Iconography, Mostly Byzantine and Russian.” With 226 pictures in the text and 12 tables. St. Petersburg, Russia: Appanage Press, 1892. 93 leaves. Appears to be a typescript copy of the translation of the text of Evangelie v pamiatnikakh ikonografii preimushchestvenno vizantiiskikh i russkikh, without pictures and tables.

Quasten, Johannes. Music & Worship in Pagan & Christian Antiquity. Translated by Boniface Ramsey. Washington, DC: National Association of Pastoral Musicians, 1983. 243 p. (NPM studies in church music and liturgy.) Translation of Musik und Gesang in den Kulten der heidnischen Antike und christlichen Fruhzeit. 2d ed., 1973.

Quenot, Michel. The Icon: Window on the Kingdom. Translated by a Carthusian monk. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1991. 176 p. Translation of L’icone. Includes bibliographical references (p. 168–169).

Rhythm in Byzantine Chant: Acta of the Congress Held at Hernen Castle in November 1986. Editor, Ch. Hannick. Hernen, Holland: A. A. Bredius Foundation, 1991. xii, 201 p. German, French, and English.

Rice, David Talbot. Byzantine Icons. London: Faber and Faber, 1959. 24 p. 10 mounted col. (The Faber gallery of oriental art.)

-. Icons and Their Dating: A Comprehensive Study of Their Chronology and Provenance. David and Tamara Talbot Rice. London: Thames & Hudson, 1974. 192 p., [8] p. of plates. Bibliography: p. 6.

-. Icons and Their History. David and Tamara Talbot Rice. Woodstock, NY: Overlook Press, 1974. 192 p., [4] leaves of plates. Bibliography: p. 6.

-. Russian Icons. NY: Penguin Books, 1947. 40 p. (The King Penguin Books.) “A short bibliography”: p. 39.

Romanus, Melodus, Saint, 6th cent. Kontakia of Romanos, Byzantine Melodist. Translated and annotated by Marjorie Carpenter. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1970–72; v. 2, 1973. 2 v. translation of Cantica. The basis of the translation is the Oxford ed. published in 1963, and edited by P. Maas and C. A. Trypanis. Bibliography: v. 1, p. xxxvii-xxxviii; v. 2, p. x. Contents: 1. On the Person of Christ. 2. On Christian Life.

Runciman, Steven. Byzantine Style and Civilization. NY: Penguin, 1990. 238 p. Includes bibliography (p. 227–229) and index.

Savas, Savas J. The Treasury of Orthodox Hymnology: Triodion: An Historical and Hymnographic Examination. Minneapolis: Light and Life, 1983. 61, 5 p. Bibliography: p. 63–66. “V. 1.”

Schork, R. J. Sacred Song from the Byzantine Pulpit: Romanus the Melodist. Gainesville: University of Florida, 1995.

Seaman, Gerald R. History of Russian Music. Oxford: Blackwell, 1967-. Amplification of the author’s thesis, 1961. Bibliography: v. 1, p. 297–303. Contents: v. 1. From Its Origins to Dargomyzhsky.

Sherrard, Philip. Constantinople, Iconography of a Sacred City. NY: Oxford University Press, 1965. 139 p.

-. The Sacred in Life and Art. Ipswich, U.K.: Golgonooza Press, 1990. 162 p.

Sirota, Ioann B. Die Ikonographie der Gottesmutter in der Russischen Orthodoxen Kirche: Versuch einer Systematisierung. Wurzburg: Augustinus-Verlag. Verlag “Der christliche Osten”, 1992. 314 p. (Ostliche Christentum; n.f., Bd. 38.) “Die hier vorgelegte Studie . . . wurde an der Theologischen Akademie von Moskau zur Erlangung des Grades eines ‘Kandidaten der Theologie’, etwa unserem Dr. theol. entsprechend, erarbeitet und eingereicht”-Vorwort, p. 5.

Smith, Barbara Sweetland. Heaven on Earth. Anchorage, Alaska: Anchorage Museum of History and Art, 1994. 115 p.

Sparathakis, Ioannis. Studies in Byzantine Manuscript Illumination and Iconography. London: Pindar Press, 1995. 390 p.

Studies in Eastern Chant. General editors, Egon Wellesz and Milos Velimirovic. NY: Oxford University Press, 1966-. V. 1–4 edited by Milos Velimirovic. Imprint varies: v. 4-: Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press. Bibliography: v.1, p. xiii-xvi.

Studies On Art and Archeology in Honor of Ernst Kitzinger on His Seventy-Fifth Birthday. William Tronzo and Irving Lavin, ed. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 1987. xvi, 511 p. (Dumbarton Oaks papers; n. 41.)

Timchenko, S. V. Russian Church Art Today. Moscow: New Book, 1993. 223 p.

Touliatos-Banker, Diane H. The Byzantine Amomos Chant of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries. Thessalonica: Patriarchikon Hidryma Paterikon Meleton, 1984. 284 p. (Analekta Vlatadon; 46.)

Treasures of Mount Athos; Illuminated Manuscripts. Miniatures, Headpieces, Initial Letters. Philip Sherrard, trans. Athens: Ekdotike Athenon, 1974-. At head of title: The Patriarchal Institute for Patristic Studies. S. M. Pelekandis, P. C. Christou, Ch. Tsioumis, S. N. Kadas. Translation of Hoi Thesauroi tou Hagiou Orous; eikonographemena cheirographa. Bibliography: v. 1, p. 489.

Treasury of Icons, Sixth to Seventeenth Centuries: From the Sinai Peninsula, Greece, Bulgaria, and Yugoslavia. Kurt Weitzmann, Manolis Chatzidakis, Krsto Miatev, Svetozar Radojcic. Translated by Robert Erich Wolf. NY: Abrams, 1968. Civ p., 220 p. of illus. Translation of Ikone sa Balkana.

Trubetskoi, Evgenii Nikolaevich. Icons: Theology in Color. Translated from the Russian by Gertrude Vakar, with an introduction by George M. A. Hanfmann. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1973. 100 p., [8] leaves of plates. Translation of Tri ocherka o russkoi ikone. Bibliography: p. 99–100.

Velimirovic, Milos M. “Liturgical Drama in Byzantium and Russia.” An enlarged and revised version of a paper read at the annual meeting of the American Musicological Society at Stanford University, California, on Dec. 28, 1960. Dumbarton Oaks Papers (Washington), n. 16 (1962), p. 349–385.

Virionides, Christos. The Byzantine Chant of the Greek Orthodox Church: History, Musical Theory and 285 Practical Exercises in Byzantine Notation for the Students of School[s] of Theology, Theological Seminars and Music Conservatories. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Theological School, 1959. 132 p. “The 285 exercises are also transcribed in Western notation and are found at the end of the book”.

Walter, Christopher. Art and Ritual of the Byzantine Church. Preface by Robin Cormack. London: Variorum, 1982. ix, 279 p., 32 p. of plates (Birmingham Byzantine series; 1.) Bibliography: p. 251–258.

Wellesz, Egon. “The ‘Akathistos’ a Study in Byzantine Hymnography.” Dumbarton Oaks Papers (Cambridge, MA), n. 9–10, (1956), p. 141–174. Reprinted by Johnson Reprint Corp., 1967.

-. Ancient and Oriental Music. Edited by Wellesz. NY: Oxford University Press, 1957. xxiii, 530 p. (New Oxford history of music, v. 1.) Bibliography: p. 479–503.

-. “Eastern Elements in English Ecclesiastical Music.” Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes. V. 5. (1942), p. 44–55.

-. A History of Byzantine Music and Hymnography. 2d ed., revised and enlarged. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1961. xiii, 461 p., 7 pp. of plates. Bibliography: p. 428–441.

Zibawi, Mahmoud. The Icon: Its Meaning and History. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 1993. 175 p.

III. Asceticism and Spirituality

Allen, Joseph J. Inner Way: Eastern Christian Spiritual Direction. Grand Rapids, MI: W. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1993.

Amis, Robin. A Different Christianity. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995.

Anderson, Isabel. Building to Last. South Canaan, PA: St. Tikhon’s Seminary Press, 1994.

Arseniev, Nikolai Sergeevich. Mysticism and the Eastern Church. Translated from the German by Arthur Chambers; with a preface by Friedrich Heiler; introduction by Evelyn Underhill. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1979. 172 p. Translation of Ostkirche und Mystik.

Aumann, Jordan. Christian Spirituality East & West. Aumann, Thomas Hopko, Donald G. Bloesch. Chicago: Priory Press, 1968. 203 p. (Institute of Spirituality. Special lectures, v. 3, 1967.)

Beck, Hans-Georg. Theoria: ein byzantinischer Traum? Munich: Verlag der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenchaften: in Kommission C. H. Beck, 1983. 37 p. (Sitzungsberichte/Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-Historische Klasse; Jahrg. 1983, Heft 7) “Vorgetragen am 4. Februar 1983.”.

Bloom, Anthony [Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh]. Beginning to Pray. NY: Paulist Press, 1970. xx, 75 p. (Deus books.)

-. Courage to Pray. Metropolitan Anthony and Georges Lefebvre; translated from the French by Dinah Livingstone. London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 1974. [4], 123 p. Translation of La priere.

-. God and Man. London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 1971. 125 p.

-. Living Prayer. Springfield, IL: Templegate, 1966. 125 p.

-. Meditations: A Spiritual Journey. Denville, NJ: Dimension Books, 1971. 125 p.

Blum, Richard. The Sacred Athlete: On the Mystical Experience and Dionysios, Its Westernworld Fountainhead. Blum and Alexander Golitzin. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1991. 502 p. Bibliographical references: p. 459–485.

Cabasilas, Nicolaus, 14th cent. The Life in Christ. Translated from the Greek by Carmino J. deCatanzaro; with an introduction by Boris Bobrinskoy. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1974. 229 p.

Christian Spirituality. NY: Crossroad, 1985–1989. 3 v. (World spirituality; v. 16–18.) 1. Origins to the Twelfth Century. 2. High Middle Ages and Reformation. 3. Post-Reformation and Modern. Vols. 1–2 edited by Gernard McGinn and Joh n Meyendorff in collaboration with Jean Leclerq. Vol. 3 edited by Louis Dupre and Donald E. Saliers in collaboration with Joh n Meyendorff.

Chryssavgis, John. Ascent to Heaven: The Theology of the Human Person According to Saint Joh n of the Ladder. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1989. viii, 269 p. Bibliography: p. 266.

Colliander, Tito. Way of the Ascetics: The Ancient Tradition of Discipline and Inner Growth. Translated by Katharine Ferre; introduction by Kenneth Leech. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1985. xi, 110 p.

Dechow, Jon Frederick. Dogma and Mysticism in Early Christianity: Epiphanius of Cyprus and the Legacy of Origen. Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 1988. x, 584 p. (Patristic monograph series; 13.) Revision of the author’s Ph.D. thesis, University of Pennsylvania, 1975. Bibliography: p. 483–525.

Feofan, Saint, Bishop of Tambov and Shatsk, 1815–1894. The Heart of Salvation: The Life and Teachings of Russia’s Saint Theophan the Recluse. Translated by Esther Williams; edited with commentary by Robin Amis and an introduction by George A. Maloney. Newbury, MA: Robertsbridge, East Sussex, England: Praxis Institute Press, 1991? xxi, 183 p. Includes bibliographical references (p. 177–178) and index.

Frank L. Weil Institute for Studies in Religion and the Humanities Conference. 4. Mysticism and Society. Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, 1966. 6 v. in 1. See especially: The Mystical Tradition of the Christian East: Cultural Varieties of Mysticism, by K. T. Ware.

Galatoriotou, Catia. The Making of a Saint: the Life, Times, and Sanctification of Neophytos the Recluse. NY: Cambridge University Press, 1991. xvi, 310 p. Includes bibliographical references (p. 282–304) and index.

Gillet, Lev [Monk of the Eastern Church]. Encounter at the Well: Retreat Addresses of Fr. Lev Gillet. Introduction by Constance Babington-Smith. London: Mowbray, 1988. 139 p.

-. In Thy Presence. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1977. 144 p.

-. Jesus, A Dialogue with the Saviour. Translated by a Monk of the Western Church. West Newton, MA: Educational Services, Diocese of Newton, 1990. iv, 184 p., [4] leaves of plates. Translated from the French.

-. The Jesus Prayer. Revised ed. with a foreword by Kallistos Ware. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1987. 120 p. Translation of La Priere de Jesus.

-. On the Invocation of the Name of Jesus. San Bernardino, CA: Borgo Press, 1986. ii, 32 p. Reprint. Originally published: London: Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius, 1949.

-. Orthodox Spirituality: An Outline of the Orthodox Ascetical and Mystical Tradition. London: Published for the Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius by Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1945. xv, 103 p. Bibliography: p. xi-xv.

Gould, Graham. The Desert Fathers on Monastic Community. Oxford: Clarendon Press; NY: Oxford University Press, 1993. (Oxford early Christian studies.) Revision of doctoral thesis, Cambridge University.

History of Christian Spirituality. Louis Bouyer . . . [et al.] London: Burns & Oates, 1968–1969 (v. 1: 1982 printing) 3 v. Translation of Histoire de la spiritualite chretienne. See especially: 3. Orthodox Spirituality and Protestant and Anglican Spirituality.

Irene Eulogia Choumnaina Palaiologos, Princess, d. 1360. A Woman’s Quest for Spiritual Guidance: The Correspondence of Princess Irene Eulogia Choumnaina Palaiologina. Edited by Angela Constantinides Hero; with an introduction by Joh n Meyendorff. Brookline, MA: Hellenic College Press, 1986. 166 p. (Archbishop Iakovos library of ecclesiastical and historical sources; n. 11.) Bibliography: p. 11–13.

John, of Karpathos, Saint, 7th cent.? A Supplement to the Philokalia: The Second Century of Saint Joh n of Karpathos. Edited by David Balfour, in collaboration with Mary Cunningham. 1st critical ed. Brookline, MA: Hellenic College Press, 1989. (The Archbishop Iakovos library of ecclesiastical and historical sources; n. 15.) Greek text and English translation.

Kadas, Sotiris. Mount Athos: An Illustrated Guide to the Monasteries and Their History. Louise Turner, trans. Athens: Ekdotike Athenon, 1980. 200 p. Bibliography: p. 199.

Knowles, David. From Pachomius to Ignatius: A Study in the Constitutional History of the Religious Orders. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1966. [7], 98 p. (The Sarum lectures, 1964–5.)

Kovalevskii, Ioann. Iurodstvo o Khristie v Khrista radi iurodivye Vostochnoi i Russkoi tserkvi: istoricheskii ocherk v zhitiia sikh podvizhnikov blagochestiia. Farnborough: Gregg, 1969. [3], 275 p. Title also: Folly in Christ and fools for Christ’s sake in the Eastern and Russian church. Reprint of 1st. ed., Moscow, 1895.

Kovalevsky, Pierre. Saint Sergius and Russian Spirituality. Translation by W. Elias Jones. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1976. 190 p. Translation of Saint Serge et la spiritualite russe.

Lossky, Nicolas. Lancelot Andrewes the Preacher (1555–1626): The Origins of the Mystical Theology of the Church of England. Foreword by Michael Ramsey; afterword by A. M. Allchin; translated from the French by Andrew Louth. Oxford: Clarendon Press; NY: Oxford University Press, 1991. 377 p. Translation of Lancelot Andrewes le predicateur (1555–1626).

Makarii, Monk, [Macarius, Starets of Optino], 1788–1860. Russian Letters of Direction, 1834–1860. Selection, translations, and foreword by Iulia de Beausobre. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1975. 115 p.

Mantzarides, Georgios I. Orthodox Spiritual Life. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1994.

Meyendorff, John. Byzantine Hesychasm: Historical, Theological and Social Problems: Collected Studies. London: Variorum Reprints, 1974. 292, ca 300 p. in various pagings. (Variorum reprint; CS26.) Reprints of sixteen studies in English, French, Greek, or Russian written between 1953 and 1971.

-. St. Gregory Palamas and Orthodox Spirituality. Authorized translation by Adele Fiske. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1974. 184 p. Translation of St. Gregoire Palamas et la mystique orthodoxe.

Moschus, John, ca. 550–619 (Joh n Moschos, also known as Joh n Eviratus). The Spiritual Meadow. Pratum spirituale. Introduction, translation, and notes by Joh n Wortley. Kalamazoo, MI: Cistercian Publications, 1992.

Nicol, Donald MacGillivray. Meteora: The Rock Monasteries of Thessaly. London: Chapman and Hall, 1963. x, 210 p. Bibliography: p. 191–199.

Nikonanos, Nikos. Meteora: A Complete Guide to the Monasteries and Their History. Athens: Ekdotike Athenon, 1987. 112 p.

Obolensky, Dimitri. “Italy, Mount Athos and Muscovy: The Three Worlds of Maximos the Greek.” Proceedings of the British Academy (London), v. LXVII (1981), p. 143–161. (Raleigh lecture on history; 1981.)

Paliouras, Athanasios D. The Monastery of St. Catherine on Mount Sinai. Captions, His Eminence Damianos Archbishop of Sinai; photography, Nicolas Tzaferis; English translation, Helen Zigada. Egypt: St. Catherine’s Monastery at Sinai; Glyka Nera Attikis, Greece: E. Tzaferi, 1985. 36 p., 166 p. of plates. Bibliography: p. [202]

The Paradise, or, Garden of the Holy Fathers: Being Histories of the Anchorites, Recluses, Monks, Coenobites, and Ascetic Fathers of the Deserts of Egypt between A.D. CCL and A.D. CCCC Circiter. Compiled by Athanasius, Archbishop of Alexandria; Palladius, Bishop of Helenopolis; Saint Jerome; and others; now translated out of the Syriac, with notes and introduction, by Ernest A. Wallis Budge. London: Chatto & Windus, 1907. 2v.

Philokalia: The Complete Text. Compiled by St. Nikodimos of the Holy Mountain and St. Makarios of Corinth; translated from the Greek and edited by G.E.H. Palmer, Philip Sherrard, Kallistos Ware with the assistance of the Holy Transfiguration Monastery (Brookline) . . . [et al.]. Boston: Faber and Faber, 1979-. Translation of Philokalia.

Philokalia ton hieron neptikon. Early Fathers from the Philokalia, Together with Some Writings of St. Abba Dorotheus, St. Isaac of Syria, and St. Gregory Palamas. Selected and translated from the Russian text Dobrotolubiye by E. Kadloubovsky and G.E.H. Palmer. London: Faber and Faber, 1954. 421 p.

-. Writings from the Philokalia On Prayer of the Heart. Translated from the Russian text Dobrotolubiye, by E. Kadloubovsky and G.E.H. Palmer, with a new foreword and the original introduction and biographical notes. London: Faber and Faber, 1951. 420 p.

Photius I, Saint, Patriarch of Constantinople, ca. 820-ca. 891. On the Mystagogy of the Holy Spirit. Translation by Holy Transfiguration Monastery. Astoria, NY: Studion Publishers, 1983. 213 p. English and Greek. Translation of Mystagogia Spiritus Sancti.

Rousseau, Philip. Pachomius: The Making of a Community in Fourth-Century Egypt. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1985. xvi, 217 p. (The Transformation of the classical heritage; 6.) Bibliography: p. 193–212.

Scupoli, Lorenzo, 1530–1610. Unseen Warfare: The Spiritual Combat and Path to Paradise of Lorenzo Scupoli. Edited by Nicodemus of the Holy Mountain and revised by Theophan the Recluse; translated by E. Kadloubovsky and G.E.H. Palmer; introduction by H. A. Hodges. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1987. 280 p.

Sergiev, Ioann Ilich (Fr. Joh n of Kronstadt). Spiritual Counsels of Father Joh n of Kronstadt: Select Passages from My Life in Christ. Edited and introduced by W. Jardine Grisbrooke. Cambridge, England: Clarke; Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1981. xxxi, 230 p.

Sherrard, Philip. Athos, the Holy Mountain. Photographs by Takis Zervoulakos. Woodstock, NY: Overlook Press, 1985. 176 p.

-. Athos: the Mountain of Silence. With color photographs by Paul du Marchie v. Voorthuysen. NY: Oxford University Press, 1960. vii, 110 p. Bibliography: p. 107–108.

Simonopetra, Mount Athos. Stelios Papadopoulos, ed. Athens: ETBA, Hellenic Industrial Development Bank SA, 1991. 395 p. Translated from the Greek.

Sofronii, Archimandrite. His Life Is Mine. Translated from the Russian by Rosemary Edmonds. London: Mowbrays, 1977. 128 p.

-. The Monk of Mount Athos: Staretz Silouan, 1866–1938. Translated from the Russian by Rosemary Edmonds. Revised ed. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1975. [1], 124 p. “A revised edition, with additional material, of The Undistorted Image which was published in 1958 and based on a translation and adaptation of the original (1948) Russian text, Staretz Silouan, published Paris, 1952.”

-. We Shall See Him as He Is. Translated from Russian by Rosemary Edmonds. Rev. ed. Essex, England: Stavropegic Monastery of Saint Joh n the Baptist, 1988. 237 p. Translation of Videt Boga kak on jest.

Theokistos the Stoudite. Faith Healing in Late Byzantium: The posthumous Miracles of the Patriarch Athanasios I of Constantinople by Theokistos the Stoudite. Edited by Alice-Mary Maffry Talbot. Brookline, MA: Hellenic College Press, 1983. 162 p. (The Archbishop Iakovos library of ecclesiastical and historical sources; n. 8.) Includes Greek text and English translation.

Theophan, the Recluse, Saint, Bishop of Tambov and Shatsk, 1815–1894. The Heart of Salvation: The Life and Teachings of Russia’s Saint Theophan the Recluse. Translated by Esther Williams; edited with commentary by Robin Amis and an introduction by George A. Maloney. Newbury, MA: Robertsbridge, England: Praxis Institute Press. 1991? xxi. 183 p. Bibliographical references: p. 177–178.

-. The Path of Prayer. Edited by Robin Amis. Robertsbridge, England: Praxis Institute Press, 1992. xiii, 78 p.

Tradition of Life: Romanian Essays in Spirituality and Theology. Arthur M. Allchin, ed. Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius, 1971. 73 p. (Studies Supplementary to Sobornost, n. 2.)

Ware, Kallistos. The Power of the Name: The Jesus Prayer in Orthodox Spirituality. London: Marshall Pickering, 1989. 48 p. (Christian spirituality series.) Includes bibliographical references (p. 48).

Way of a Pilgrim; and, The Pilgrim Continues His Way. Translated from the Russian by R. M. French. NY: Seabury Press. 1965. x, 242 p. (A Seabury paperback, SP18.)

IV. Canon Law

Acts and Decrees of the Synod of Jerusalem, Sometimes Called the Council of Bethlehem, Holden Under Dositheus, Patriarch of Jerusalem in 1672. Translated from the Greek with an appendix containing the confession published with the name of Cyril Lucar condemned by the Synod and with notes by J.N.W.B. Robertson. NY: AMS Press, 1969. vii, 215 p. Reprint of the London ed., 1899. Translation of Aspis orthodoxias e apologia kai elenchos pros tous diasyrontas ten Anatoliken Ekklesian.

Beck, Hans Georg. Nomos, Kanon und Staatsraison in Byzanz. Vienna: Verlag der Osterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1981. 60 p. (Sitzungsberichte. Osterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-Historische Klasse; 384. Bd.) “Vorgelegt vom Autor in der Sitzung am 26. November 1980”-T.p. verso.

Bogolepov, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich. Church Reforms in Russia, 1905–1918, In Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the All-Russian Church Council of 1917–1918. Translated by A. E. Moorhouse. Bridgeport, CT: Publications Committee of the Metropolitan Council of the Russian Orthodox Church of America, 1966. 59 p. Bibliography: p. 57–59.

-. Toward an American Orthodox Church: The Establishment of an Autocephalous Orthodox Church. NY: Morehouse-Barlow Co., 1963. 124 p. Bibliography: p. 105–108.

Canons, Nomocanons, Decrees, etc. Rules Collected from the Synhados (Canonical Law) of the Church of the East & Patriarchal Decrees. [s.l.]: The Holy Apostolic and Catholic Church of the East, 1960. 22 P.

Decrees of the Ecumenical Councils. Edited by Norman P. Tanner. London: Sheed & Ward; Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 1990. 2 v. (xxv, 1342 p.) Includes the document in the original text, a reproduction of Conciliorum oecumenicorum decreta, and English translations. 1.: Nicaea I to Lateran V. 2.: Trent to Vatican II.

Erickson, Joh n H. The Challenge of Our Past: Studies in Orthodox Canon Law and Church History. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1991. 174 p.

Kirche und die Kirchen, Autonomie und Autokephalie. The Church and the Churches, Autonomy and Autocephaly. Hhrsg. von der Gesellschaft fur das Recht der Ostkirchen. Vienna: Verlag des Verbandes der Wissenschaftlichen Gesellschaften Osterreichs, v. 1 (1980)-. (Kanon; 4-.) Papers presented at the 4th Congress of the Society for the Law of the Oriental Churches held Sept. 19–24, 1978 in Regensburg. English, French, and German.

The Primacy of Peter: Essays in Ecclesiology and the Early Church. Joh n Meyendorff, et al. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1992. 182 p.

Regesten der Kaiserurkunden des ostromischen Reiches von 565–1453. Franz Dolger. 2. erweit. und verb. Aufl. Bearbeitet von Peter Wirth. Munich: C. H. Beck, 1977-. (Corpus der griechischen Urkunden des Mittelalters und der neueren Zeit. Reihe A. Regesten, Abt. 1.) Bibliography: v. 3, p. [xi]-xxxiii. Contents: T.3. Regesten von 1204–1282.

Rudder (Pendalion) of the Metaphorical Ship of the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church of the Orthodox Christians, or All the Sacred and Divine Canons of the Holy and Renowned Apostles, of the Holy Councils, Ecumenical as Well as Regional . . . , by Agapius, a hieromonk, and Nicodemus, a monk and diligently redacted . . . by Seignior Dorotheus. . . . D. Cumings, translator. Chicago: Orthodox Christian Educational Society, 1957.

The Seven Ecumenical Councils of the Undivided Church: Their Canons and Dogmatic Decrees, Together with the Canons of All the Local Synods Which Have Received Ecumenical Acceptance. Henry R. Percival, ed. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1956. xxxv, 671 p. (Select library of Nicene and post-Nicene fathers of the Christian Church; 2d ser., v. 14.)

Spiritual Regulation of Peter the Great. Translated and edited by Alexander V. Muller. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1972. xxxviii, 150 p. (Perspectives on Russia and Eastern Europe of the Institute for Comparative and Foreign Area Studies; n. 3) Translation of Dukhovnyi reglament. Bibliography: p. 123–136.

Syntagma ton theion kai hieron kanonon ton te hagion kai paneuphemon apostolon, kai ton hieron oikoumenikon kai topikon synodon, kai ton kata meros hagion pateron: ekdothen syn pleistais allais ten ekklesiastiken katastasin diepousais diataxesi. Meta ton archaion exegeton kai diaphoron anagnosmaton hypo G. A. Rhalle kai M. Potle . . . Athenesin: Ek tes Typographias G. Chartophylakos, 1852–1859. 6 v. Vol. 6 has imprint: En Athenais: Ek tou Typographeiou tes Auges, 1859. V. 1: 16, 403 p.; v. 2: [8], 732, [1] p.; v. 3: [8], 655, [1] p.; v. 4: 12, 640 p.; v. 5: 16, 638 p. Contents: t. 1. Photiou Patriarchou Konstantinoupoleos nomokanon . . . t. 2. Hoi theioi kai hieroikanones . . . apostolon . . . oikoumenikon synodon . . . t. 3. Hoi theioi kai hieroi kanones . . . topikon synodon . . . t. 4. Hoi theioi kai hieroi kanones . . . ton hagion pateron . . . t. 5. Apophaseis synodikai kai diataxeis ton Konstantinoupoleos . . . t. 6. Mathaiou tou Blastareos Syntagma kata stoicheion . . .

Trembelas, Panagiotes Nikolaou. The Autocephaly of the Metropolia in America. Translated and edited by George S. Bebis, Robert G. Stephanopoulos, N. M. Vaporis. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Theological School Press, 1973. 80 p.

V. Church Fathers

A. Primary Sources

Ammon, Saint, ca. 350. The Letters of Ammonas, Successor of Saint Antony. Translated by Derwas J. Chitty; revised and with an introduction by Sebastian Brock. Oxford: SLG Press, 1979. iv, 21 p. (Fairacres publication, 72) Bibliography: p. iii-iv. Companion to The Letters of Saint Antony the Great.

Ancient Christian Writers [series]. NY: Newman Press; Paulist Press, v. 1 (1946)-. See especially: 18. Gregory, of Nyssa, ca. 335-ca. 394. The Lord’s Prayer. The Beatitudes. (Translated and annotated by Hilda C. Graef. 1954. v, 210 p. Translation of De oratione Dominica. De beatitudinis. Bibliographical references included in “Notes” p. 117–198). 21. Maximus, Confessor, Saint, ca. 580–662. The Ascetic Life. The Four Centuries on Charity. (Translated and annotated by Polycarp Sherwood. 1955. vii, 284 p. Translation of Liber asceticus. Capita de caritate. Bibliography: p. 211–213.) 38. Egeria: Diary of a Pilgrimage. (Translated and edited by George E. Gingras. 1970. v, 287 p. Translation of Itinerarium Egeriae.) 55-. Irenaeus, Saint, Bishop of Lyon. St. Irenaeus of Lyons Against the Heresies. (Translated and annotated by Dominic J. Unger, with further revisions by Joh n J. Dillon. 1992-. Translation of Adversus haereses.)

Ancient Fathers of the Desert: Translated Narratives from the Evergetinos on Passions and Perfection in Christ. By Archimandrite Chrysostomos. Brookline, MA: Hellenic College Press, 1980. 118 p. Translation of Mikros Euergetenos.

The Ante-Nicene Fathers: Translations of the Writings of the Fathers Down to A.D. 325. Alexander Roberts and James Donaldson, eds. Buffalo: Christian Literature Co., 1885–96. 10 v.

Apostolic Fathers. With an English translation by Kirsopp Lake. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1952 [v. 2, 1930]. 2 v. (Loeb classical library.) First published 1912–13.

Athanasius, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, d. 373. Contra gentes; and, De Incarnatione. Edited and translated by Robert W. Thomson. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1971. xxxvi, 288 p. (Oxford early Christian texts.) English and Greek. Bibliography: p. ix-x.

-. The Festal Epistles of S. Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria. Translated from the Syriac with notes and indices. Oxford: J. H. Parker, 1854. xxvi, 163 p. (A Library of fathers of the Holy Catholic Church anterior to the division of the East and West; 38.) Translated by Henry Burgess; edited by H. G. Williams. Includes hitherto unpublished Syriac text of parts of two letters (p. 141–146).

-. The Letters of Saint Athanasius Concerning the Holy Spirit. Translated with introduction and notes by C.R.B. Shapland. London: Epworth Press, 1951. 204 p. Translation of Epistolae ad Serapione.

-. On the Incarnation: The Treatise De incarnatione Verbi Dei. Translated and edited by Penelope Lawson; with a foreword by Walter Hooper; introduction by C. S. Lewis. NY: Macmillan, 1981. xxxiii, 91 p. Translation of De incarnatione.

-. Select Treatises of St. Athanasius in Controversy with the Arians. Freely translated, with an appendix, by Joh n Henry Cardinal Newman. 5th ed. NY: AMS Press, 1978. 2 v. Vol. 2 is an appendix of illustrations. Reprint of the 1890 ed. published NY: Longmans, Green.

Basil, Saint, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 329–379. The Ascetic Works of Saint Basil. Translated into English with introduction and notes by W.K.L. Clarke. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; NY: Macmillan, 1925. 362 p. (Translations of Christian literature. Series I, Greek texts.)

-. Gateway to Paradise. Edited by Oliver Davies. Translated by Tim Witherow. Introduction by A. M. Allchin. Brooklyn, NY: New City Press, 1991. 125 p. (Spirituality of the fathers, 1.) Bibliographical references: p. 125.

-. Letters. Translated by Roy J. Deferrari. NY: G. P. Putnam’s Sons; Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1926–1934. 4 v. (Loeb classical library.) Greek and English on opposite pages. Vol. 4 includes Basil’s Address to Young Men on Reading Greek Literature, p. 363–435.

-. On the Holy Spirit. Translation with an Introduction by David Anderson. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1980. 118 p. Translation of De Spiritu Sancto.

Cistercian Studies Series. Kalamazoo, MI: Cistercian Publications, 19-. See especially: 4. Evagrius, Ponticus, 345?–399? The Praktikos: Chapters on Prayer. (Translated, with an introduction and notes, by Joh n Eudes Bamberger. 1981. xciv, 96 p. The 2d work is a translation of Peri proseuches, which is also attributed to Saint Nilus.) 33. Dorotheus, of Gaza, Saint, 6th cent. Discourses and Sayings. (Eric P. Wheeler, translation and introduction. 1977. 259 p.) 34. Lives of the Desert Fathers. (Translated by Norman Russell; introduction by Benedicta Ward. 1981. viii, 181 p. Bibliography: p. 162–164.) 44. Hausherr, Irenee. The Name of Jesus. (Translated by Charles Cummings. 1978. 358 p. Translation of Noms du Christ et voies d’oraison. Bibliography: p. 348–358.) 45–47. Pachomian Koinonia. (Translated and introduced by Armand Veilleux; preface by Adalbert de Vogue. 1980, 1982-. v. 1, 3-.) 53. Hausherr, Irenee. Penthos: The Doctrine of Compunction in the Christian East. (Translated by Anselm Hufstader. 1982. x, 200 p.) 59. Sayings of the Desert Fathers: The Alphabetical Collection. (Translated, with a foreword by Bendedicta Ward; preface by Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh. Rev. ed. 1984. xxxvi, 269 p. Foreword is reprinted from the 1975 ed. Bibliography: p. 254–257.) 88. Theodoret, Bishop of Cyrrhus. A History of the Monks of Syria. (Translated with an introduction and notes by R. M. Price. 1985. xxxvii, 223 p. Translation of Philotheos historia. Bibliography: p. 208–213.) 101. Syriac Fathers On Prayer and the Spiritual Life. (Introduced and translated by Sebastian Brock. 1987. xliii, 381 p. “Selection of excerpts translated from Syriac writers”-Pref. Bibl.: p. 311–312.) 112. The Lives of Simeon Stylites. (Translated, with an introduction by Robert Doran; foreword by Susan Ashbrook Harvey. 1992. 241 p. Includes English translations of two Greek biographies by Theodoret and Antonius, and an anonymous Syriac version. Bibliographical references: p. 231–235.) 116. Hausherr, Irenee. Spiritual Direction in the Ancient Christian East. (Foreword by Kallistos [Ware] of Diokleia; translation by Anthony P. Gythiel. 1989. xxxiii, 434 p. Translation of Direction spirituelle en orient autrefois. Bibliography: p. 365–399.) 124. Brock, Sebastian P. The Luminous Eye: The Spiritual World Vision of Saint Ephrem. (1992 p. Based on a series of lectures given by the author at the Pontifical Oriental Institute in Rome, April 1984. Originally published: Rome: Center for Indian and Inter-Religious Studies, 1985.)

Classics of Western Spirituality [unnumbered series]. NY: Paulist Press,. See especially: Athanasius, Saint Patriarch of Athanasius, d. 373. Life of Antony and the Letter to Marcellinus. (Translation and introduction by Robert C. Gregg; preface by William A. Clebsch. 1980. xxi, 166 p. Translation of Vita S. Antonii.) Cassian, John, ca. 360-ca. 435. Conferences. (Translation and preface by Colm Luibheid; introduction by Owen Chadwick. 1985. xv, 208 p.) Ephraem, Syrus, Saint, 303–373. Ephrem the Syrian: Hymns. Translated and introduced by Kathleen E. McVey. 1989. xiii, 474 p.) Gregory, of Nyssa, ca. 335-ca. 394. Life of Moses. (Translation, introduction, and notes by Abraham J. Malherbe and Everett Ferguson; preface by Joh n Meyendorff. 1978. xvi, 208 p. Cistercian Studies series; n. 31. Translation of De vita Moysis. Bibliography: p. 139–140.) Gregory Palamas, Saint, 1296–1359. Triads: Apology for the Holy Hesychasts. (Edited, with an introduction by Joh n Meyendorff; translation by Nicholas Gendle; preface by Jaroslav Pelikan. 1983. xiii, 172 p.) John, Climacus, Saint, 6th cent. The Ladder of Divine Ascent. (Translation by Colm Luibheid and Norman Russell; notes on translation by Norman Russell; introduction by Kallistos Ware; preface by Colm Luibheid. 1982. xxviii, 301 p. Translation of: Scala paradisi.) Nicodemus, the Hagiorite, Saint, 1748–1809. Nicodemos of the Holy Mountain: A Handbook of Spiritual Counsel. (Translation and foreword by Peter A. Chamberas; introduction by George S. Bebis; preface by Stanley S. Harakas. NY: Paulist Press, 1989. xiii, 241 p.) (Classics of western spirituality.) Translation of Symvouleftikon Encheiridion. Pseudo-Macarius. The Fifty Spiritual Homilies; and, The Great Letter. (Translated and edited with an introduction by George A. Maloney; preface by Bishop Kallistos Ware. 1992. xviii, 298 p. Includes bibliographical references 289–293.) Symeon, the New Theologian, Saint, 949–1022. The Discourses. (Translation by C. J. de Catanzaro; introduction by George Maloney; preface by Basile Krivocheine. 1980. xvii, 396 p. Translation of Catecheses.)

Corpus scriptorum ecclesiasticorum Latinorum (Vindobonae [i.e. Vienna]: Hoelder-Pichler-Tempsky; apud C. Geroldi filium). v. 1 (1866)-. Irregular. V. 25called Nova series, v. 10. Issued by Academia Litterarum Caesarae Vindobonensis, v. 1–70; by Academia Scientiarum Austriaca, v. 71-.

Cyril, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, ca. 370–444. Cyril of Jerusalem’s Lectures on the Christian Sacraments: The Procatechesis and the Five Mystagogical Catecheses. F. L. Cross, ed. London: S.P.C.K., 1951. xli, 83 p. (Texts for students; n. 51.) Greek text with introduction and translation in English. The translation is that prepared by R. W. Church for the Library of the Fathers. Fifth impression 1978. Bibliography: p. xxxix-xli.

Desert Wisdom: Sayings from the Desert Fathers. Selected and translated by Yushi Nomura. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1982. xv, 106 p. “Translated from texts found in Patrologia Latina, volume 73, compiled by J. P. Migne, Paris, 1849, and in Patrologia Graeca, volume 65, compiled by J. P. Migne, Paris, 1858.”

Ephraem, Syrus, Saint, 303–373. The Harp of the Spirit: Eighteen Poems of Saint Ephrem. Introduction and translation by Sebastian Brock. 2d enlarged ed. San Bernardino, CA: Borgo Press, 1988.89 p. Reprint. Originally published: London: Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius, 1983. (Studies supplementary to Sobornost; n. 4.) Includes bibliographical references (p. 86–89).

-. Hymns on Paradise. Commentary and translation from Syriac by Sebastian Brock. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1989. 240 p. Translation of Hymni de paradiso and Section 2 of Commentarium in Genesim.

Explanation by Blessed Theophylact, Archbishop of Ochrid and Bulgaria, of the Holy Gospel according to St. Matthew. Translated from the original Greek. House Springs, MO: Chrysostom Press, 1992.

Fathers of the Church [series]. Washington, DC: Catholic University of America Press, 1947-. See especially: 37. John, of Damascus, Saint. Writings: The Fount of Knowledge. (Translated by Frederic H. Chase, Jr. 1958. 1, 426 p. Bibliography: p. xxxviii.) 61, 64. Cyril, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, ca. 370–444. The Works of Saint Cyril of Jerusalem. (Translated by Leo P. McCauley and Anthony A. Stephenson. 1969–70. 2 v.) 76–77: Cyril, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, ca. 370–444. St. Cyril of Alexandria: Letters. (Translated by Joh n I. McEnerney. 1987. 2 v. Bibliography: v. 1, p. xi-xiii; v. 2, p. xi-xiii.)

Fathers Speak, Saint Basil the Great, Saint Gregory of Nazianzus, Saint Gregory of Nyssa. Selected Letters and Life-Records. Translated from the Greek and introduced by Georges A. Barrois; with a foreword by Joh n Meyendorff. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1986. 224, [1] p.

Germanos I, Saint, Patriarch of Constantinople, d. ca. 733. Germanos on Predestined Terms of Life. Greek text and English translation by Charles Garton and Leendert G. Westerink. Buffalo: Department of Classics, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1979. xxix, 82 p. (Arethusa monographs; 7.) Peri horon zoes in English and Greek. Text and translation on facing pages.

Gregory Palamas, Saint, 1296–1359. The One Hundred and Fifty Chapters. Critical edition, translation [of Capita 150] and study by Robert E. Sinkewicz. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1988. x, 288 p. (Studies and texts; 83.) English and Greek. List of the 150 chapter headings inserted.

Gregory, of Nyssa, ca. 335-ca. 394. The Biographical Works of Gregory of Nyssa: Proceedings of the Fifth International Colloquium on Gregory of Nyssa, Mainz, 6–10 September 1982. Andreas Spira, ed. Cambridge, MA: Philadelphia Patristic Foundation, 1984. viii, 274 p. (Patristic monograph series; n. 12.) English, French, German, and Spanish.

-. The Easter Sermons of Gregory of Nyssa: Translation and Commentary: Proceedings of the Fourth International Colloquium on Gregory of Nyssa, Cambridge, England, 11–15 September, 1978. Edited by Andreas Spira and Christoph Klock with an introduction by G. Christopher Stead. Cambridge, MA: Philadelphia Patristic Foundation; Winchendon, MA: Distributed by Greeno, Hadden, 1981. x, 384 p. (Patristic monograph series; n. 9.)

-. From Glory to Glory: Texts from Gregory of Nyssa’s Mystical Writings. Selected and with an introduction by Jean Danielou; translated and edited by Herbert Musurillo. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1979. xiv, 298 p. Reprint of the 1961 ed. published by Scribner, NY.

-. The Life of Saint Macrina. Translated with introduction and notes by Kevin Corrigan. Toronto, Ontario: Peregrina, 1989. 73 p. (Peregrina translations series; n. 10. Matrologia Graeca.) Includes bibliographical references (p. 7–9). Translation of Vita Sanctae Macrinae.

Gregory, Sinaites, Saint, ca. 1265–1346. Saint Gregory the Sinaite: Discourse on the Transfiguration. David Balfour, ed. San Bernardino, CA: Borgo Press, 1988. 170 p. English and Greek. “Reprinted from Theologia.” Originally published: Athens, 1982.

Die Griechischen Christlichen Schriftsteller der Ersten Jahrhunderte.(Berlin: Akademie-Verlag). Bd. 1 (1897)-. Irregular. Title varies: Griechischen christlichen Schriftsteller der ersten drei Jahrhunderte 1897–1941. Some vols, published in rev. editions. Publication suspended 1942–52. German, Greek, or Latin. Issued by Kommission fur Spatantike Religionsgeschichte der Deutschen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin (called 1897– Kirshenvater- Commission der Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften).

John, of Damascus, Saint. On the Divine Images: Three Apologies Against Those Who Attack the Divine Images. Translated by David Anderson. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1980. 107 p. Translation of Pros tous diaballontas tas hagias eikonas.

Leo, Diaconus, fl. 990. Leonis Diaconi Historia e recensione Caroli Benedicti Hasii . . . : pramittitur Menologium gracorum Basilii Porphyr ogeniti Imperatoris jussu editum: accedunt Hippolyti Thebani, Georgidis monachi, Ignatii Diaconi, Nili cujusdam, Christophori Protoasecretis, Michaelis Hamartoli, anonymi, scripta qua supersunt. Accurante et denuo recognoscente J.-P. Migne. Paris: Apud Garnier Fratres et J.-P. Migne, 1894. 1496 columns. (Patrologia curmpletus. Series Graca; v. 117.) Greek title romanized. Texts in Greek and Latin in parallel columns. At head of title: Traditio catholica. Saculum X, anni 977–990.

Library of Christian Classics [series]. Philadelphia: Westminster Press, v. 1 (1953)-. See especially: 1. Early Christian Fathers. (Newly translated and edited by Cyril C. Richardson; in collaboration with Eugene R. Fairweather, Edward Rochie Hardy, Massey Hamilton Shepherd, Jr. 1953. 415 p.) 2. Alexandrian Christianity: Selected Translations of Clement and Origen (introductions and notes by Joh n Ernest Leonard Oulton and Henry Chadwick. 1954. 475 p.) 3. Christology of the Later Fathers. (Edited by Edward Rochie Hardy, in collaboration with Cyril C. Richardson. Ichthus ed. 1954. 400 p. Bibliography: p. 39–40.) 4. Cyril, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, ca. 370–444. Cyril of Jerusalem and Nemesius of Emesa. (William Telfer, ed. 1955. 466 p. Bibliography: p. 454–455.)

Maximus, Confessor, Saint, ca. 580–662. The Church, the Liturgy, and the Soul of Man: The Mystagogia of St. Maximus the Confessor.Translated with historical notes and commentaries by Dom Julian Stead, O.S.B. Still River, MA: St. Bede’s Publications, 1982. 120 p. Translation of Mystagogia.

-. Maximus Confessor: Selected Writings. Translations and notes by George C. Berthold. London: S.P.C.K., 1985. xvi, 240 p.

Migne, Jacques Paul, comp. Patrologiae cursus completus, seu bibliotheca universalis, integra, uniformis, commoda, oeconomica, omnium SS. Patrum, doctorum scriptorumque ecclesiasticorum. . . : Series Graeca . . . Accurante J.-P. Migne. Paris: Migne, 1857–1866. 161 v. in 166 V. 16 and 87 in three parts, v. 86 in two parts. Greek and Latin. Also: Index alphabeticus omnium doctorum, patrum, scriptorumque ecclesiasticorum quorum opera scriptaque vel minima in Patrologia Latina reperiuntur. J. B. Pearson: Conspectus auctorum quorum nomina indicibus Patrologiae Graeco-Latinae a J.-P. Migne editae continentur. Ridgewood, NJ: Gregg Press, 1965. 1 v. 42 p. The Index alphabeticus is extracted from v. 218 of Migne’s Patrologia Latina, published 1844–64. The Conspectus auctorum is a reprint of a separate work, first published in 1882. Patrologiae cursus completus. Series graecae. (Indexes) Patrologiae cursus completus accurante I.-P. Migne. Series graeca. Theodorus Hopfner. Index locupletissimus tam in opera omnia omnium auctorum veterum quam im adiectas praefationes, dissertationes, commentationes omnes omnium virorum doctorum recentium per capitula opera omnium argumenta complectens. Accedit indiculus auctorum ex ordine tomorum, indiculus auctorum ex ordine alphabetico, quorum operum titulis editionum recentiorum conspectus adnectitur; indiculus methodicus. Paris: P. Geuthner, 1928–1945. 2 v.

Patrologia orientalis (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols; Paris: Firmin-Didot.). Tome 1 (1904)-. In various languages with French translations.

Photius I, Saint, Patriarch of Constantinople, ca. 820-ca. 891. The Homilies of Photius, Patriarch of Constantinople. Translation, introduction, and commentary by Cyril Mango. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1958. xii, 327 p. (Dumbarton Oaks studies; 3.) Translated from Greek.

-. The Patriarch and the Prince: The Letter of Patriarch Photios of Constantinople to Khan Boris of Bulgaria. Edited by Despina Stratoudaki White and Joseph R. Berrigan. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1982. 102 p. (The Archbishop Iakovos library of ecclesiastical and historical sources; n. 6.) Bibliography: p. 91–95.

-. Patriarch Photios of Constantinople: His Life, Scholarly Contributions, and Correspondence Together with a Translation of Fifty-Two of His Letters. Despina Stratoudaki White, ed. and comp. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1982. 234 p. (The Archbishop Iakovos library of ecclesiastical and historical sources; n. 5.) Bibliography: p. 204–222.

Select Library of Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church. First series. Edited by Philip Schaff in connection with a number of patristic scholars of Europe and America. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1978–1979. 14 v. English translations, with notes. Reprint of the 1886–1890 ed. published by Christian Literature Co., New York. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. See especially: 9. St. Chrysostom: On the Priesthood; Ascetic Treatises; Select Homilies and Letters; Homilies on the Statues. 10. St. Chrysostom: Homilies on the Gospel of St. Matthew. 11. St. Chrysostom: Homilies on the Acts of the Apostles and the Epistle to the Romans. 12. St. Chrysostom: Homilies on the Epistles of Paul to the Corinthians. 13. St. Chrysostom: Homilies on Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Thessalonians, Timothy, Titus, and Philemon. 14. St. Chrysostom: Homilies on the Gospel of St. Joh n and the Epistle to the Hebrews.

Select Library of Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church. Second series. Translated into English with prolegomena and explanatory notes, under the editorial supervision of Philip Schaff and Henry Wace. NY: The Christian literature company, 1890–1900. 14 v. Vols. 1–7 edited by Schaff and Wace. Vols. 9 and 14: New York, C. Scribner’s sons; [etc., etc.] See especially: 1. Eusebius: Church History, Life of Constantine the Great, and Oration in Praise of Constantine. 1890. 2. Socrates, Sozomenus: Church Histories. 1890. 3. Theodoret, Jerome Gennadius, Rufinus: Historical Writings, etc. 1892. 4. St. Athanasius: Select Works and Letters. 1892. 5. Gregory of Nyssa: Dogmatic Treatises, etc. 1893. 7. St. Cyril of Jerusalem. St. Gregory Nazianzen. 1894. 8. St. Basil: Letters and Select Works. 1895. 9. St. Hilary of Poitiers, Joh n of Damascus, 1899. 10. St. Ambrose: Select Works and Letters. 1896. 11. Sulpitius Severus. Vincent of Lerins. Joh n Cassian, 1894. 12. Leo the Great. Gregory the Great. 1895. 13. Part II. Gregory the Great. Ephraim Syrus. Aphrahat. 1898. 14. The Seven Ecumenical Councils. 1900.

Sources chretiennes. (Paris: Cerf), n. 1 (1941)-. Irregular. Chiefly French; some Greek and Latin.

Symeon, the New Theologian, Saint, 949–1022. Hymns of Divine Love. Introduction and translation by George A. Maloney. Denville, NJ: Dimension Books, n.d. 297 p.

Theodore, Studites, Saint, 759–826. St. Theodore the Studite On the Holy Icons. Translated by Catharine P. Roth. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1981. 115 p. Translated from the original Greek. Bibliography: p. 115.

B. Secondary Sources

Azkoul, Michael. The Influence of Augustine of Hippo on the Orthodox Church. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen Press, 1990. vi, 299 p. (Texts and studies in religion; v. 56.)

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Baur, Chrysostomus. Joh n Chrysostom and His Time. Sr. M. Gonzaga, transi. Westminster, MD: Newman Press, 1959–60. 2 v. Translation of Der heilige Johannes Chrysostomus und seine Zeit.

Christianity Among the Slavs: The Heritage of Saints Cyril and Methodius: Acts of the International Congress held on the Eleventh Centenary of the Death of St. Methodius Rome, October 8–11, 1985 Under the Direction of the Pontifical Oriental Institute. Edited by Edward G. Farrugia . . . [et al.] with the editorial committee. Rome: Pontificium Institutum Studiorum Orientalium, 1988. ix, 409 p. (Orientalia Christiana analecta; 231.) English, French and Italian.

Dvornik, Francis. Byzantine Missions Among the Slavs: SS. Constantine-Cyril and Methodius. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1970. xviii, 484 p. (Rutgers Byzantine series.) Bibliography: p. 419–464.

-. Photian and Byzantine Ecclesiastical Studies. London: Variorum Reprints, 1974. 472 p. (Collected studies series; 32.) English and French.

Ellverson, Anna-Stina. The Dual Nature of Man: A Study in the Theological Anthropology of Gregory of Nazianzus. Uppsala: Almqvist & Wiksell [distributors], 1981. 119 p. (Studia doctrinae Christianae Up-saliensia; 21.) Originally presented as the author’s doctoral thesis, Uppsala University.

Florovsky, Georges. Collected Works of Georges Florovsky. Belmont, MA: Nordland Publishing Co., 1972-. V. 4, 6–11, 13–14 published by Buchervertriebsanstalt, Vaduz. See especially: 1. Bible, Church, Tradition: An Eastern Orthodox View. 2. Christianity and Culture. 3. Creation and Redemption. 4. Aspects of Church History. 5–6. Ways of Russian Theology. 7. The Eastern Fathers of the Fourth Century. 8. The Byzantine Fathers of the Fifth Century. 9. The Byzantine Fathers of the Sixth to Eighth Century. 10. The Byzantine Ascetic and Spiritual Fathers.

Maximus Confessor: Actes du Symposium sur Maxime le Confesseur, Fribourg, 2–5 Septembre 1980. Edites par Felix Heinzer et Christoph Schonborn. Fribourg, Switzerland: Editions Universitaires, 1982. 438 p. (Paradosis; 27.) Contributions in French, English, or German.

Meyendorff, John. Study of Gregory Palamas. Translated by George Lawrence. 2d ed. London: Faith Press, 1974. 245 p. Translation of Introduction a l’etudes de Gregoire Palamas.

Nielsen, Jan Tjeerd. Adam and Christ in the Theology of Irenaeus of Lyons. An Examination of the Function of the Adam-Christ Typology in the Adversus Haereses of Irenaeus, Against the Background of the Gnosticism of His Time. Assen: Van Gorcum, 1968. 124 p. (Van Gorcum’s theologische bibliotheek, nr. 40.) Bibliography: p. 95–109.

Obolensky, Dimitri. “Heritage of Cyril and Methodius in Russia. Paper read at a symposium on The Byzantine mission to the Slavs: St. Cyril and St. Methodius, held at Dumbarton Oaks in мая 1964.” In Dumbarton Oaks Papers (Washington), n. 19 (1965), p. 45–65.

Prestige, George Leonard. Fathers and Heretics: Six Studies in Dogmatic Faith with Prologue and Epilogue. London: S.P.C.K., 1968. 432 p. (The Bampton lectures, 1940.)

-. God in Patristic Thought. London: S.P.C.K., 1959. xxxiv, 318 p. “First published in 1936.” “Index of patristic references, compiled by Dr. F. L. Cross”: p. 307–318.

-. St. Basil the Great and Apollinaris of Laodicea. Edited from Prestige’s papers by Henry Chadwick. NY: AMS Press, Inc., 1983. 68 p.

Quasten, Johannes. Patrology. Westminster, MD: Christian Classics, 1986.4 v. “A Christian classic reprint” Vols. 1–3. Reprint. Originally published: Westminster, MD: Newman Press, 1950–1960.

Rorem, Paul. Pseudo-Dionysius: A Commentary on the Texts and an Introduction to Their Influence. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993. xiii, 267 p.

Ruether, Rosemary Radford. Gregory of Nazianzus, Rhetor and Philosopher. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1969. viii, 184 p. Bibliography: p. 181–182.

Sahas, Daniel J. Joh n of Damascus on Islam. The “Heresy of the Ish-maelites.” Leiden: Brill, 1972. xvi, 171 p. Based on the author’s thesis, Hartford Seminary Foundation. Bibliography: p. 160–168.

Sherwood, Polycarp. An Annotated Date-List of the Works of Maximus the Confessor. Rome: Herder “Orbis Catholicus”, 1952. 64 p. (Studia Anselmiana, fasc. 30.)

Symposium Methodianum: Beitrage der internationalen Tagung in Regensburg (17. bis 24. April 1985) zum Gedenken an den 1100. Todestag des hl. Method. Herausgegeben von Klaus Trost, Ekkehard Volkl, Erwin Wedel. Neuried: Hieronymus, 1988. xiii, 727 p. (Selecta slavica; 13) German, English, French, and Russian.

Three Byzantine Sacred Poets: Studies of Saint Romanos Melodos, Saint Joh n of Damascus, Saint Symeon the New Theologian. Edited by Nomikos Michael Vaporis. Brookline, MA: Hellenic College Press, 1979. 74 p. (The Byzantine Fellowship lectures; n. 4.)

Thunberg, Lars. Man and the Cosmos: The Vision of St. Maximus the Confessor. With a foreword by A. M. Allchin. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1985. 184 p. Bibliography: p. 175–178.

-. Microcosm and Mediator: The Theological Anthropology of Maximus the Confessor. Lund: C.W.K. Gleerup, 1965. xii, 500 p. (Acta Seminarii Neotestamentici Upsaliensis; 25.) Bibliography: p. 465–480.

Tsirpanlis, Constantine N. The Anthropology of Saint Joh n of Damascus. Athens: [s.n.], 1969. 62 p. 2d printing 1980. Reprinted from Theology. Bibliography: p. 60–62.

Turner, H.J.M. St. Symeon the New Theologian and Spiritual Fatherhood. NY: E. J. Brill, 1990. xvi, 257 p. (Byzantina Neerlandica, fasc. 11.) Revision of author’s thesis, University of Manchester, 1985.

Vallee, Gerard. A Study in Anti-Gnostic Polemics: Irenaeus, Hippolytus and Epiphanius. Waterloo, Ontario: Published for the Canadian Corporation for Studies in Religion/Corporation canadienne des sciences religieuses by Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1981. xi, 144 p. (Studies in Christianity and Judaism. Etudes sur le christianisme et le judaisme; 1.) Bibliography: p. [105]-114.

Vasilii, Archbishop of Brussels and Belgium (Basil Krivocheine). In the Light of Christ: Saint Symeon, the New Theologian (949–1022), Life, Spirituality, Doctrine. Translated from the French by Anthony P. Gythiel. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1986. 411 p. Translation of Dans la lumiere du Christ. Bibliography: p. 397.

Wahba, Matthias F. The Doctrine of Sanctification in St. Athanasius’ Paschal Letters. Foreword by Bishop Kallistos of Diokleia. Cairo: Holy Virgin Coptic Orthodox Church; Cranston, RI: St. Mary and St. Mena, 1988. 191 p. Originally presented as author’s M.A. thesis, University of Ottawa, Canada. Bibliography: p. 181–186.

Winslow, Donald F. The Dynamics of Salvation: A Study in Gregory of Nazianzus. Cambridge, MA: Philadelphia Patristic Foundation; Winchendon, MA: Distributed by Greeno, Hadden, 1979. vii, 214 p. (Patristic monograph series; n. 7.) Revision of Ph.D., thesis, Harvard University, 1966. Bibliography: p. 201–214.

VI. Cultural Studies

Augustinos, Gerasimos. The Greeks of Asia Minor: Confession, Community, and Ethnicity in the Nineteenth Century. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 1992. x, 270 p. Bibliographical references: p. 248–261.

Bailey, Betty Jane. Eyes to See, Ears to Hear: Study Guide to the Peoples and Churches of the USSR with an Historical Introduction. Bailey and Constance J. Tarasar. NY: Friendship Press, 1987. 60 p. Bibliography: p. 45–47. Filmography: p. 47–48.

Belliustin, Ioann Stefanovich. Description of the Clergy in Rural Russia: The Memoir of a Nineteenth-Century Parish Priest. Translated with an interpretive essay by Gregory L. Freeze. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1985. 214 p. Bibliography: p. 211–214. Translation of Opisanie selskogo dukhovenstva.

Berdiaev, Nikolai Aleksandrovich. Dostoievsky. Translated by Donald Attwater. NY: New American Library, 1974. 227 p. (A Meridian book.)

-. The Russian Idea. Translated from the Russian by R. M. French. Boston: Beacon Press, 1962. xx, 267 p. Translation of Russkaia ideia.

Billington, James H. The Icon and the Axe: An Interpretive History of Russian Culture. NY: Knopf, 1966. xviii, 786, xxxiii p.

-. Russia Transformed-Breakthrough to Hope: August 1991. NY: The Free Press, 1992. vi, 202 p.

Brock, Sebastian P. Studies in Syriac Christianity. Variorum; Brookfield, VT: Gower Publishing Co., 1992. p. (Collected studies; CS357.) Companion vol. to: Syriac Perspectives on Late Antiquity.

Brown, Peter Robert Lamont. The Body and Society: Men, Women and Sexual Renunciation in Early Christianity. NY: Columbia University Press, 1988. xx, 504 p. (Lectures on the history of religions; new ser., n. 13.) Bibliography: p. 449–493.

-. The Cult of the Saints: Its Rise and Function in Latin Christianity. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1981. xiv, 187 p. (Haskell lectures on history of religions; new ser., n. 2.)

-. Power and Persuasion in Late Antiquity: Towards a Christian Empire. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1992. x, 182 p. (The Curti lectures; 1988.)

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-. Society and the Holy in Late Antiquity. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1981. vii, 347 p.

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Candea, Virgil. Witnesses to the Romanian Presence in Mount Athos. Candea, Constantin Simionescu; with a foreword by Emil Con-durachi; editor of the English version, Daniela Bolocan. Bucharest: Editura Sport-Turism, 1979. 12, 94 p.

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Holy Women of the Syrian Orient. Introduced and translated by Sebastian P. Brock and Susan Ashbrook Harvey. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987. x, 197 p. (The Transformation of the classical heritage; 13.) Bibliography: p. 183–193.

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Romanian Orthodox Church: An Album-Monograph. Translated from Romanian into English by Remus Rus. Bucharest: Bible and Orthodox Mission Institute Pub. House of the Romanian Orthodox Church, 1987. 365 p.

Romanides, Joh n S. Franks, Romans, Feudalism, and Doctrine: An Interplay Between Theology and Society. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1982. 98 p. (Patriarch Athenagoras memorial lectures.)

Russian America: The Forgotten Frontier. Edited by Barbara Sweetland Smith and Redmond J. Barnett. Tacoma, WA: Washington State Historical Society, 1990. 256 p.

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Russian Priests of Tomorrow. London: Published by the Appeal for the Russian Clergy & Church Aid Fund, 1932. 11 p.

Russian Traditional Culture: Debates on Religion and Gender. Editor, Marjorie Mandelstam Balzer. Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe, 1991. 83 p. (Soviet anthropology and archaeology; v. 29, no. 3.) Translated from the Russian.

Schaeffer, Frank. Dancing Alone. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1994. 327 p.

Seeking God: the Recovery of Religious Identity in Orthodox Russia, Ukraine, and Georgia. Edited by Stephen K. Batalden. Dekalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 1993.

Slavic Cultures in the Middle Ages. Edited by Boris Gasparov and Olga Raevsky-Hughes. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993. (Christianity and the Eastern Slavs; v. 1.) (California Slavic studies; 16-.) English and Russian; summaries in English. Based on papers delivered at two international conferences held in мая 1988 at the University of California, Berkeley and the Keenan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies to commemorate the millennium of the Christianization of Kievan Rus’.

Soldatow, George, ed. Nestor, Bishop of the Aleutians and Alaska, 1825–1882. Translated by George Soldatow. Minneapolis: AARDM Press, 1993. 476 p.

Stanton, Leonard J. The Optina Pustyn Monastery in the Russian Literary Imagination: Iconic Vision in Works by Dostoevsky, Gogol, Tolstoy, and Others. NY: P. Lang, 1992. (Middlebury studies in Russian language and literature; v. 3.)

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Ugolnik, Anthony. The Illuminating Icon. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1988. xxiv, 276 p.

Ultimate Questions: An Anthology of Modern Russian Religious Thought. Edited by Alexander Schmemann. NY: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1965. vii, 310 p.

Vryonis, Speros. The Decline of Medieval Hellenism in Asia Minor and the Process of Islamization from the Eleventh Through the Fifteenth Century. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1971. xvii, 532 p. (California. University. University at Los Angeles. Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Publications, 4\4.)

Ware, Timothy. Eustratios Argenti: A Study of the Greek Church Under Turkish Rule. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1964. xii, 196 p. “A list of the writings of Eustratios Argenti”: p. 176–179. Bibliography: p. 180–187.

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Yakunin, Gleb. Birnam Wood is Here: Letters on Civil Rights in the U.S.S.R. Yakunin, Lev Regelson; edited by H. S. Dakin. San Francisco: H. S. Dakin, 1977. 113 p. Bibliography: p. 109–111.

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Augsburg and Constantinople: The Correspondence Between the Tubingen Theologians and Patriarch Jeremiah II of Constantinople on the Augsburg Confession. George Mastrantonis. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1982. xix, 350 p. (The Archbishop Iakovos library of ecclesiastical and historical sources; n. 7.)

Augsburg Confession in Ecumenical Perspective: With Anglican, Baptist, Methodist, Orthodox, Reformed, and Roman Catholic Contributions. Harding Meyer, ed. Stuttgart: Kreuz, 1979. x, 190 p. (LWF report; 6/7.)

Bulgakov, Afanasii. The Question of Anglican Orders: In Respect to a “Vindication” of the Papal Decision, Which Was Drawn Up by the English Roman Catholic Bishops at the End of 1897. Translation by W. J. Birkbeck. London: S.P.C.K.; NY: E. & J. B. Young, 1899.46 p. [1] leaf. (Church Historical Society. 55.)

Bulgakov, Sergei Nikolaevich. Father Sergius Bulgakov, 1871–1944: A Collection of Articles by Fr. Bulgakov for the Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius and Now Reproduced by the Fellowship to Commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Death of This Great Ecumenist. London: Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius, 1969. [3], ii, 48 p.

Calian, Carnegie Samuel. Icon and Pulpit: The Protestant-Orthodox Encounter. Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1968. 220 p. Bibliography: p. 171–181. Bibliographical references included in “Notes” (p. 183–214).

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Church, Kingdom, World: The Church As Mystery and Prophetic Sign. Gennadios Limouris, ed. Geneva: World Council of Churches, 1986. xii, 209 p. (Faith and order paper; n. 130.)

Church of God: An Anglo-Russian Symposium. By members of the Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius. E. L. Mascall, gen. ed. London: S.P.C.K., 1934. xiii, 230 p.

Come, Holy Spirit, Renew the Whole Creation: An Orthodox Approach for the Seventh Assembly of the World Council of Churches, Canberra, Australia, 6–21 February, 1991. Gennadios Limouris, ed. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1990. ix, 263 p.

Consultation of Orthodox Theologians, New Valamo, Finland, 1977. The New Valamo Consultation: The Ecumenical Nature of the Orthodox Witness. Geneva: World Council of Churches, Orthodox Task Force, 1979?. 86 p.

Consultation of Orthodox Women, Agapia, Romania, 1976. Orthodox Women, Their Role and Participation in the Orthodox Church: Report on the Consultation of Orthodox Women, September 11–17, 1976, Agapia, Roumania. Edited by Constance J. Tarasar, Irina Kirillova; illustrated by June Magaziner. Geneva: World Council of Churches, 1977. 52 p.

Creation: the Eighth Theological Conversations between the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland and the Russian Orthodox Church, Pyhtitsa and Leningrad, June 9th-19th, 1989. Helsinki: Church Council for Foreign Affairs, Ecclesiastical Board, 1991.

Davey, Colin. Pioneer for Unity: Metrophanes Kritopoulos (1589–1639) and Relations Between the Orthodox, Roman Catholic and Reformed Churches. London: British Council of Churches, 1987. vi, 314 p.

Dialogues oecumeniques hier et aujourd’hui. Chambesy-Geneva: Editions du Centre orthodoxe du Patriarcat oecumenique, 1985. 415 p. (Les etudes theologiques de Chambesy. Ai theologikai meletai tou Sampezy; 5.) Proceedings of the 5th Seminaire theologique de Chambesy. English, French, and German.

Fahey, Michael Andrew. Trinitarian Theology East and West: St. Thomas Aquinas-St. Gregory Palamas. Fahey and Joh n Meyendorff. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1977. 43 p. (Patriarch Athenagoras memorial lectures.)

Finnish Lutheran-Orthodox Dialogue: 1989 and 1990. Helsinki: Church Council for Foreign Affairs, Church Council, 1993. 109 p.

Georges Florovsky: Russian Intellectual and Orthodox Churchman. Edited by Andrew Blane. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1993.

Hebly, J. A. The Russians and the World Council of Churches: Documentary Survey of the Accession of the Russian Orthodox Church to the World Council of Churches, with Commentary. Belfast: Christian Journals, 1978. 181 p.

Jesus Christ, The Life of the World: An Orthodox Contribution to the Vancouver Theme. Ion Bria, ed. Geneva: World Council of Churches, 1982. vi, 121 p.

Khomiakov, Aleksei Stepanovich. The Church Is One. George Grabbe, intro. NY: Division of Publications, Archdiocese, Eastern Orthodox Catholic Church in America, American Mission, 1953. 48 p.

Kilmartin, Edward J. Toward Reunion: The Roman Catholic and the Orthodox Churches. NY: Paulist Press, 1979. v, 118 p. (An Exploration book.)

Likoudis, James. Ending the Byzantine Greek Schism. New Rochelle, NY: Catholics United for the Faith, 1992.

Litvack, Leon. Joh n Mason Neale and the Quest for Sobornost. Oxford: Clarendon Press; New York: Oxford University Press, 1994.

Luther et la reforme allemande dans une perspective oecumenique. Chambesy-Geneva: Editions du Centre orthodoxe du patriarcat oecumenique, 1983. 502 p. (Les etudes theologiques de Chambesy. Ai theologikai meletai tou sampezu; 3.) Contributions in French, English, and German. “Le Centre orthodoxe du Patriarchat oecumenique a Chambesy-Geneve a organise, du 25 avril au 29 mai 1982, un seminaire theologique consacre a une question oecumenique actuelle”-foreword, p. 5.

“Lutheranism and Orthodoxy”: Theme Issue. Lutheran World, v. 23, n. 3 (1976) p. 161–220.

Macris, George P. The Orthodox Church and the Ecumenical Movement During the Period 1920–1969. Seattle: St. Nectarios Press, 1986. 185 p., [9] p. of plates. Bibliography: p. 181–185.

Meyendorff, John. Catholicity and the Church. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1983. 160 p.

New Man: An Orthodox and Reformed Dialogue. Edited by Joh n Meyendorff and Joseph McLelland. New Brunswick, NJ: Agora Books, 1973. 170 p.

Nichols, Aidan. Rome and the Eastern Churches: A Study in Schism. Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 1992.

One in 2000?: Towards Catholic-Orthodox Unity. Edited by Paul McPartlan. Middlegreen, Slough, U.K.: St. Pauls, 1993.

The Orthodox Church and the Churches of the Reformation: A Survey of Orthodox-Protestant Dialogues. Contributions by Nils Ehrenstrom . . . et al. Geneva: Faith and Order Commission, World Council of Churches, 1975. vi, 101 p. (Faith and order paper; no. 76.)

The Orthodox Church in the Ecumenical Movement: Documents and Statements 1902–1975. Constantin G. Patelos, ed. Geneva: World Council of Churches, 1978. 360 p.

Orthodox Theological Society in America. An Orthodox Response to the Preliminary Draft for the Fourth Assembly of the World Council of Churches to be Held at Uppsala. London: Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius, 1968. 22 p.

Orthodox Thought: Reports of Orthodox Consultations Organized by the World Council of Churches, 1975–1982. Georges Tsetsis, ed. Geneva: Orthodox Task Force, World Council of Churches, 1983. 96 p.

Orthodoxie et mouvement oecumenique. Chambesy-Geneva: Editions du Centre orthodoxe du patriarcat oecumenique, 1986. 228 p. (Etudes theologiques de Chambesy. Ai theologikai meletai tou sampezu; 6.) Proceedings of the 6th Seminaire theologique de Chambesy.

Papademetriou, George C. Essays on Orthodox Christian-Jewish Relations. Bristol, IN: Wyndham Hall Press, 1990. 133 p.

Saliba, Philip. Feed My Sheep: The Thought and Words of Philip Saliba: On the Occasion of His Twentieth Year in the Episcopacy. Edited by Joseph J. Allen. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1987. 134 p.

Salvation in Christ: A Lutheran-Orthodox Dialogue. Edited and with an introduction by Joh n Meyendorff and Robert Tobias. Minneapolis: Augsburg, 1992. 187 p. Includes bibliographical references (p. 171–183).

Schaeffer, Frank. Dancing Alone: The Quest for Orthodox Faith in the Age of False Religion. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1994.

Sofia Consultation: Orthodox Involvement in the World Council of Churches. Todor Sabev, ed. Geneva: World Council of Churches, Orthodox Task Force, 1982. 129 p.

Spirit of Truth: Ecumenical Perspectives on the Holy Spirit: Papers of the Holy Spirit Consultation, October 24–25, 1985, Brookline, Massachusetts. Sponsored by the Commission on Faith and Order, NCCCUSA; edited by Theodore Stylianopoulos and S. Mark Heim. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1986. vi, 197 p.

Suttner, Ernst Christoph. Church Unity: Union or Uniatism?: Catholic-Orthodox Ecumenical Perspectives. Translated by Brian Mcneil. Rome: Centre for Indian and Inter-Religious Studies; Bangalore: Dharmaram Publications, 1991. x, 151 p. (Placid lecture series; n. 13.)

Swidler, Leonard J., ed. Scripture and Ecumenism: Protestant, Catholic, Orthodox, and Jewish. Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, 1965. vii, 197 p. (Duquesne studies. Theological series, 3.)

Towards the Healing of Schism: The Sees of Rome and Constantinople: Public Statements and Correspondence Between the Holy See and the Ecumenical Patriarchate, 1958–1984. Edited and translated by E. J. Stormon; introduction by Thomas F. Stransky. NY: Paulist Press, 1987. vii, 559 p. (Ecumenical documents; 3.)

Wingenbach, Gregory Charles. Broken, Yet Never Sundered: Orthodox Witness and the Ecumenical Movement. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1987. 184 p. Bibliography: p. 165–172.

World Council of Churches. Commission on Faith and Order. Standing Commission. Minutes of the Meeting of the Standing Commission Held at the Orthodox Academy, Crete, Greece, 6th-14th April 1984. Geneva: World Council of Churches, 1984. 96 p. (Faith and order paper; n. 121.)

World Council of Churches. Orthodox Task Force. Orthodox Contributions to Nairobi: Papers. Compiled and presented by the Orthodox Task Force of the WCC. Geneva: World Council of Churches, 1975. iii, 35 p.

Zander, Leon Alexander. Vision and Action. Translated from the Russian by Natalie Duddington, with an introduction by the Bishop of Chichester. London: Gollancz, 1952. 224 p.

Zernov, Nicolas. Fellowship of St. Alban & St. Sergius: A Historical Memoir. In collaboration with Militza Zernov. Oxford: The Fellowship, 1979. ii, 32 p.

-. Orthodox Encounter: The Christian East and the Ecumenical Movement. London: J. Clarke, 1961. xiii, 200 p.

-. Sunset Years: a Russian Pilgrim in the West. London: Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius, 1983. 192 p. Bibliography: p. 189–190. VIII. Hagiography

The Acquisition of the Holy Spirit in Russia [series]. Platina, CA: St. Herman of Alaska Brotherhood, 1987-. 1. Kontsevich, Ivan Mikhailovich. The Acquisition of the Holy Spirit in Ancient Russia. (Translation from the Russian by Olga Koshansky; edited by the St. Herman of Alaska Brotherhood. 1988, 368 p.) 2. Florenskii, Pavel Aleksandrovich. Salt of the Earth: Or, a Narrative on the Life of the Elder of Gethsemane Skete Hieromonk Abba Isidore. (Compiled and arranged by Paul Florensky; translated from the Russian by Richard Betts; edited and annotated, with poetry versification, by the St. Herman Brotherhood. 1987. 151 p.)

Acta sanctorum. 1684–1940. Paris, Rome: Victorem Palme. 67 v. New edition of work published from 1643 to 1925 narrating the lives of the Saints for each day of the calendar year. Work initiated by Joannes Bollandus in 1629 and continued by the Bollandists.

Analecta bollandiana: Revue critique d’hagiographie, v. 1– (1882)-. Brussels: Societe des Bollandistes. Quarterly. Bulletin des publications hagiographiques. Text in Latin and French. Indexes: vols. 1–20 (1882–1901) 1 v.; vols. 21–40 (1902–22) 1 v.; vols. 41–60 (1923–42) 1 v.; vols. 1–80 (1882–1961) 1 v. Vols, for 1891– contain Bulletin des publications hagiographiques. Supplements: Acta sanctorum.

Bibliotheca hagiographica graeca. 3. ed., mise a jour et considerablement augmente par Francois Halkin. Brussels: Societe des Bollandistes, 1957–1969. 5 v. (Subsidia hagiographica, nos. 8a, 47, 65.)

Bibliotheca hagiographica orientalis. Ediderunt Socii Bollandiani. Brussels: Apud Editores, 1910 (1970 printing), xx, iii, 287 p. (Subsidia hagiographica; 10.)

Blessed Paisius Velichkovsky: The Life and Ascetic Labors of Our Father, Elder Paisius, Archimandrite of the Holy Moldavian Monasteries of Niametz and Sekoul. Optina version. By Schema-Monk Metrophanes. Platina, CA: Saint Herman of Alaska Brotherhood, 1976-. Translation of Zhitie i pisaniia Moldavskago startsa Paisiia Velichkovskago, published in 1847 by the Optina Monastery. Bibliography: v.l, p.283–287.

Bulgakov, Sergei Vasil’evich. Nastol’naia kniga dlia sviashchennotserkovno-sluzhitelei; sbornik sviedienii, kasaiushchikhsia preimushchestvenno prakticheskoi dieiatel’nosti otechestvennago dukhovenstva. Izd. 2., ispr. i dop. Khar’kov, Tip. Gub. pravleniia, 1900. [Reprinted: Graz, Akademischer Druck- u. Verlagsantalt, 1965.] 6, ii, 1272 p. “V etom izdanii ‘Otdel istoriko-statisticheskii’ ne pechataetsia.”

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Life of Saint Nikon. Text, translation, and commentary by Denis Sullivan. Brookline, MA: Hellenic College Press, 1987. 314 p. (The Archbishop Iakovos Library of ecclesiastical and historical sources; n. 14.) English and Greek. Predominantly based on the Barberini version of the original Greek manuscript entitled Bios kai politeia kai merike thaumaton diegesis tou hagiou kai thaumatourgou Nikonos myroblytou tou Metanoeite-The Life, Conduct, and Partial Narration of the Miracles of the Holy Miracle-Worker Nikon Myrobletes the Metanoeite. Bibliography: p. 305–307.

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The Lives of the Holy Apostles: Saints Peter, Paul, Andrew, James . . . From the Menology of St. Dimitri of Rostov in Russian and the Great Synaxaristes of the Orthodox Church in Greek. Translated by Isaac E. Lambertsen and Holy Apostles Convent. Buena Vista, CO: Holy Apostles Convent, 1988. 281 p. Two lives selected and translated from Ho Megas synaxaristes tes Orthodoxou Ekklesias. Remainder selected and translated from Zhitiia sviatykh na russkom iazyke, a Russian adaptation of Dimitri of Rostov’s Cheti-Minei.

The Lives of the Holy Apostles: Saints Peter, Paul, Andrew, James . . . From the Menology of St. Dimitri of Rostov in Russian and the Great Synaxaristes of the Orthodox Church in Greek. Translated by Isaac E. Lambertsen and Holy Apostles Convent. Buena Vista, CO: Holy Apostles Convent, 1990-. Vols. 2, 3,4.

Lives of the Saints of the Holy Land and the Sinai Desert. Translated by Holy Apostles Convent, Leo Papadopulos, and others. Buena Vista, CO: Holy Apostles Convent, 1988. 566 p. Bibliography: p. 564–566.

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Alexeev, Wassilij. Materials for the History of the Russian Orthodox Church in the U.S.S.R. NY: Research Program on the U.S.S.R., 1954–1955. 2 v. (Mimeographed series, Research Program on the U.S.S.R. [East European Fund, Inc.]; n. 61, 70.) Text in Russian; conclusion to n. 70 in Russian (p. 202–219) and English (p. 220–238). Many quotations from official sources in Alexeev’s text. Number 61: 163 p.; n. 70: 238 p. Contents: 1. Russian Orthodox Bishops in the Soviet Union, 1941–1953. 2. The Foreign Policy of the Moscow Patriarchate, 1939–1953.

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Meyendorff, John. Byzantium and the Rise of Russia: A Study of Byzantino-Russian Relations in the Fourteenth Century. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1989. xix, 326 p. Reprint. Originally published: NY: Cambridge University Press, 1981.

-. Imperial Unity and Christian Divisions: The Church, 450–680 A.D. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1988. xv, 402 p., 16 p. of plates. (The Church in history; v. 2.)

-. Living Tradition: Orthodox Witness in the Contemporary World. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1978. 202 p.

Miliukov, Pavel Nikolaevich. History of Russia. Miliukov, Charles Seignobos and L. Eisenmann. With the collaboration of Camena d’Almeida and others. Translated by Charles Lam Markmann. NY: Funk & Wagnalls, 1968-. Translation of Histoire de Russie.

Neale, Joh n Mason. A History of the Holy Eastern Church. London: J. Masters, 1847–1873 [v. 1, 1850.] NY: AMS Press, 1976. 5 v. Original imprint of v. 5: London: Rivingtons.

Nichols, Robert Lewis. “Metropolitan Filaret of Moscow and the Awakening of Orthodoxy.” Ph.D. thesis, University of Washington, 1972. 236 leaves. Bibliography: 1. 218–236.

Nicol, Donald MacGillivray. Byzantium: Its Ecclesiastical History and Relations with the Western World-Collected Studies. Preface by Steven Runciman. London: Variorum Reprints, 1972. 336 p.

Obolensky, Dimitri. Bogomils: A Study in Balkan Neo-Manichaeism. Twickenham, Middlesex, England: A. C. Hall, 1972. xiv, 317 p. Bibliography: p. 290–304. Reprint. Originally published: Cambridge University Press, 1948.

-. Byzantine Commonwealth, Eastern Europe, 500–1453. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1983. 552 p. Reprint. Originally published: London: Sphere Books, 1974. Bibliography: p. 479–515.

-. “Byzantium, Kiev, and Moscow: A Study in Ecclesiastical Relations.” Dumbarton Oaks Papers (Cambridge, MA), n. 11 (1957), p. 21–78. Reprinted by Johnson Reprint Corp., 1967.

-. Six Byzantine Portraits. Oxford: Clarendon Press; NY: Oxford University Press, 1988. xii, 228 p., [8] p. of plates. Contents: Clement of Ohrid. Theophylact of Ohrid. Vladimir Monomakh. Sava of Serbia. Cyprian of Kiev and Moscow. Maximos the Greek.

Oecumenical Patriarchate: The Great Church of Christ. Athanasios D. Paliouras, ed. Geneva: Orthodox Centre of the Oecumenical Patriarchate; Athens: E. Tzaphere, 1989. 374 p. Bibliographical references: p. 351–371.

Orthodox America, 1794–1976: Development of the Orthodox Church in America. General editor, Constance J. Tarasar. Syosset, NY: The Orthodox Church in America, Department of History and Archives, 1975. 352 p. Bibliography: p. 351.

Orthodox Churches and the West: Papers Read at the Fourteenth Summer Meeting and the Fifteenth Winter Meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society, London. Edited by Derek Baker. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1976. xii, 336 p. (Studies in church history; v. 13.)

Ostrogorsky, Georg. History of the Byzantine State. Translated from the German by Joan Hussey. 2d ed. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1968. xl, 624 p. Translation of Geschichte des Byzantinischen Staates.

Papandreou, Damaskinos. Die Konzilien von Basel und Ferrara-Florenz, Orthodoxe Kirche-Unionsbestrebungen. Basel: Helbing & Lichtenhahn, 1992.

Pares, Bernard, Sir. A History of Russia. Definitive ed. With a new introduction by Richard Pares. NY: Dorset Press, 1991. xxxvii, 611, xxxi p. Reprint. Bibliographical references: p. 583–611.

Paulos Gregorios. A Light Too Bright: The Enlightenment Today: An Assessment of the Values of the European Enlightenment and a Search for New Foundations. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1992. 261 p. (SUNY series in religious studies.) Includes bibliographical references (p. 237–252) and index.

Pelikan, Jaroslav Jan. The Christian Tradition: A History of the Development of Doctrine. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1971–1989. 5 v. Contents: 1. The Emergence of the Catholic Tradition (100–600). 2. The Spirit of Eastern Christendom (600–1700). 3. The Growth of Medieval Theology (600–1300). 4. Reformation of Church and Dogma (1300–1700). 5. Christian Doctrine and Modern Culture (Since 1700).

Poppe, Andrzej. The Rise of Christian Russia. London: Variorum Reprints, 1982. 346 p. in various pagings. (Variorum reprint; CS157.) Reprint of articles originally published, 1965–1981.

Pospielovsky, Dimitry. Russian Church Under the Soviet Regime, 1917–1982. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1984. 2 v. (535 p.) Bibliography: p. 501–516.

-. Soviet Studies on the Church and the Believer’s Response to Atheism. Basingstoke, England: Macmillan, 1988. xxxii, 325 p., [8] p. of plates (A History of Soviet atheism in theory and practice, and the believer; v. 3.) Bibliography: p. 307–315.

Pritsak, Omeljan. The Origin of Rus’. Cambridge, MA: Distributed by Harvard University Press for the Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, 1981-, v. 1-. (Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute monograph series.) Bibliography: v. 1, p. 725–835.

Religious World of Russian Culture. Andrew Blane, editor. The Hague: Mouton, 1975. 359 p. (Russia and Orthodoxy; v. 2.) (Slavistic printings and reprintings; 260/2.) English, French, German, or Russian. Essays dedicated to Fr. G. V. Florovsky.

Riasanovsky, Nicholas Valentine. A History of Russia. 5th ed. NY: Oxford University Press, 1993. xx, 711 p., 24 p. of plates. Bibliographical references: p. 613–628.

Runciman, Steven. The Byzantine Theocracy. NY: Cambridge University Press, 1977. viii, 197 p.

-. Eastern Schism. NY: AMS Press, 1983. vii, 189 p. Reprint. Originally published: Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1955. Bibliography: p. 171–181.

-. Fall of Constantinople, 1453. Canto ed. NY: Cambridge University Press, 1990. xiv, 256 p., 8 p. of plates. Includes bibliographical references (p. 236–245) and index.

-. The Great Church in Captivity: A Study of the Patriarchate of Constantinople from the Eve of the Turkish Conquest to the Greek War of Independence. London: Cambridge University Press, 1968. x, 455 p. Bibliography: 413–434.

-. A History of the Crusades. Cambridge: University Press, 1951–54. 3 v.

-. Last Byzantine Renaissance. Cambridge: University Press, 1970. ix, 111 p. Lectures delivered at the Queen’s University, Belfast. Bibliography: p. 105–106.

-. The Sicilian Vespers: A History of the Mediterranean World in the Later Thirteenth Century. Cambridge: University Press, 1958. xii, 355 p. Bibliography: p. 331–338.

Schick, Robert. The Christian Communities of Palestine from Byzantine to Islamic Rule. Princeton, NJ: Darwin Press, 1995.

Senyk, Sophia. A History of the Church in Ukraine. Rome: Pontificio Istituto Orientale, 1993.

Signification et l’actualite du IIe Concile oecumenique pour le monde chretien d’aujourd’hui. Chambesy-Geneva: Editions du Centre orthodoxe du Patriarcat oecumenique, 1982. 592 p. (Etudes theologiques de Chambesy. Ai theologikai meletai tou sampezu; 2.) Proceedings of a theological symposium held at Chambesy in 1981. Contributions in French, English, and German.

Smolitsch, Igor. Geschichte der russischen Kirche, 1700–1917. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1964–1991. 2 v. (Studien zur Geschichte Osteuropas. Studies in East European History; 9.) Vol. 2 edited by Gregory L. Freeze and published: Wiesbaden: In Kommission bei O. Harrassowitz, 1991 in the series: Forschungen zur osteuropaischen Geschichte; Bd. 45.

Soloviev, Sergei Mikhailovich. The Character of Old Russia. Edited, translated, and with an introduction by Alexander V. Muller. Gulf Breeze, FL: Academic International Press, 1987. xix, 301 p. “Paperback reprint of volume 24 of the Academic International Press Edition of S. M. Soloviev’s History of Russia from earliest times in fifty volumes.” Translation of Istoriia Rossii s drevneishikh vremen (1959). Tom 7, Ch. 1.

Vasiliev, Alexander Alexandrovich. History of the Byzantine Empire, 324–1453. 2d English ed. (in two volumes). Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1952. 2 v. (vii, 846 p.) Bibliography: p. 735–799.

Vernadsky, George. A History of Russia. Vernadsky and Michael Karpovich. New Haven: Yale University Press; London: Oxford University Press, 1943-.

Walicki, Andrzej. A History of Russian Thought from the Enlightenment to Marxism. Translated from the Polish by Hilda Andrews-Rusiecka. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1988. xvii, 456 p.

Ware, Timothy. Eustratios Argenti: A Study of the Greek Church Under Turkish Rule. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1964. xii, 196 p. “A list of the writings of Eustratios Argenti”: p. 176–179. Bibliography: p. 180–187.

Whitby, Michael. The Emperor Maurice and His Historian: Theophylact Simocatta on Persian and Balkan Warfare. Oxford: Clarendon Press; New York: Oxford University Press, 1988.

Zenkovsky, V. V. A History of Russian Philosophy. Authorized translation from the Russian by George L. Kline. NY: Columbia University Press, 1953. (Columbia Slavic Studies.) 2 vols.

X. Liturgy

A. Liturgical Texts and Resources

Akathist Hymn; And, Small Compline. Translated by Seraphim Dedes and N. Michael Vaporis. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1990. viii, 47 p. Bilingual English and Greek text of Akathistos hymnos and Mikron apodeipnon. Opposite pages bear duplicate numbering. Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of North and South America.

Akathistos Hymn. Introduced and transcribed by Egon Wellesz. Copenhagen: Munksgaard, 1957. xcii, 108 p. (Monumenta musicae Byzantinae. Transcripta, v. 9.) Greek words. Transcription in modern notation based on the Codex Ashburnhamensis 64, from the Laurenziana at Florence.

Akathistos Hymn to the Most Holy Mother of God: With the Office of Small Compline. Oxford: Ecumenical Society of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 1987. 39 p. Translated from the Greek.

Akolouthia tou orthrou tes Kyriakes. The service of the Sunday Orthros. Translated by N. Michael Vaporis. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1991. 116, 116 p. Greek text and English translation on opposite pages. Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of North and South America.

Apostolos: The Acts and Letters of the Holy Apostles Read in the Orthodox Church Throughout the Year. Edited by Father Nomikos Michael Vaporis. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1980. 420 p. “The Apostolos follows the traditional order as used by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople . . . It is a complete edition, including the Prokeimena, Alleluaria, Antiphons, Entrance Hymns, and Koinonika.”

Baptism. Introduction and text written and edited by Paul Lazor. NY: Department of Religious Education, Orthodox Church in America, 1972. 87 p.

Bridegroom Services of Holy Week. Prepared by David Anderson, Joh n Erickson, and Paul Lazor. Introduction by Paul Garrett and Paul Lazor. NY: Department of Religious Education, Orthodox Church in America, 1978. 128 p.

Catholic Church. Byzantine Daily Worship: With Byzantine Breviary, The Three Liturgies, Propers of the Day and Various Offices. Joseph Raya and Jose de Vinck. Allendale, NJ: Alleluia Press; Haifa, Israel: Distributor, Joseph Raya, 1969. 1019 p.

Catholic Church. Menaion (Melkite-Greek Catholic Eparchy of Newton). Newton Centre, MA: Sophia Press, 1985-. (Service books of the Byzantine churches.) V. 3. March. V. 9. September. V. 10 October. V. 12. December.

Condensed History and Translation of Greek Orthodox Liturgical Hymns. Prepared by Joh n Artemas; edited by Nicholas Pathenos. Bloomfield Hills, MI (1515 S. Woodward Ave., Bloomfield Hills 48302): St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 1991. i, 39 p. Hymns are translated from the Greek into English with parallel text in romanized Greek.

Daily Matins of the Orthodox Church. Wallasey: Anargyroi Press, 1994. 33 p.

Didache ton Dodeka Apostolon: The Unknown Teaching of the Twelve Apostles. Edited by Brent S. Walters. San Jose, CA: Ante-Nicene Archive, 1991. 224 p.

Divine Liturgy According to St. Joh n Chrysostom. 2d ed. South Canaan, PA: St. Tikhon’s Seminary Press, 1977. 242 p.

Divine Liturgy of Saint James, Brother of the Lord. A new translation by members of the Faculty of Hellenic College, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1988.

Divine Liturgy of St. Joh n Chrysostom. Abridged and arranged for use of the faithful by the Most Reverend Theodotus. NY: Archdiocesan Office of the Holy Orthodox Church in America, 1952? 26 p. “Authorized for use by the Holy Synod, Holy Orthodox Church in America (Eastern Catholic and Apostolic).”

The Divine Liturgy of St. Joh n Chrysostom. Wallasey, Wirral: Anargyroi Press, 1994. 128 p. The Greek text with a rendering in English.

Divine Liturgy of Saint Joh n Chrysostom: With Transliteration. He Theia Leitourgia tou Hagiou Ioannou tou Chrysostomou. A new translation by members of the Faculty of Hellenic College, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1992. Greek and English texts on opposite pages.

Divine Prayers and Services of the Catholic Orthodox Church of Christ. Compiled and arranged by Seraphim Nassar. 3d ed. Englewood, NJ: Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America, 1979. 1123 p.

Euchologion. Book of Needs [abridged]. Compiled and edited by a Monk of St. Tikhon’s Monastery. South Canaan, PA: St. Tikhon’s Seminary Press, 1987. iv, 408 p.

Euchologion. Book of Needs of the Holy Orthodox Church, With an Appendix Containing Offices for the Laying on of Hands. Done into English by G. V. Shann. NY: AMS Press, 1969. xxxix, viii, 260, 28 p. “A translation, with some omissions, of the Slavonic service book entitled Trebnik, printed in Moscow, 1882.” Reprinted from the 1894 London ed.

Feast of Palms: The Services of Lazarus Saturday and Palm Sunday. Prepared by David Anderson and Joh n Erickson. Introduction by Paul Lazor. Syosset, NY: Department of Religious Education, Orthodox Church in America, 1981. 99 p.

Festal Menaion; or, The Book of Services for the Twelve Great Festivals and the New-Year’s Day. Translated from a Slavonian ed. of last century . . . by Nicholas Orloff. NY: AMS Press, 1969. 330 p. Reprint: London: J. Davy, 1900.

Festal Menaion. Translated from the original Greek by Mother Mary and Archimandrite Kallistos Ware; with an introduction by Georges Florovsky. London: Faber, 1969. 564 p. (The Service books of the Orthodox Church.)

Forgiveness Sunday Vespers. Prepared by Paul Lazor. Introduction by Alexander Schmemann. NY: Department of Religious Education, Orthodox Church in America, 1975. 27 p.

General Menaion. Walsingham (Dunton, near Fakenham, Norfolk, NR21 7PF): Monastery of Saint Seraphim of Sarov, 1986. 166 p.

General Menaion of the Orthodox Church. Wallasey: Anargyroi Press for the Brotherhood of Saint Seraphim of Sarov, 1994. 166 p.

General Menaion, or, The Book of Services Common to the Festivals of Our Lord Jesus Christ of the Holy Virgin and of the Different Orders of Saints. Translated from the Slavonian 16th ed. of 1862 by Nicholas Orloff. Bloomington, IL: N. P. Brill, 1984. 288 p. Reprint. Originally published: London, 1899.

God’s Living Word: Orthodox and Evangelical Essays on Preaching. Edited with an introduction by Theodore G. Stylianopoulos. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1983. 146 p.

Great and Holy Saturday: Vespers and the Divine Liturgy of St. Basil the Great. Prepared by Paul Lazor. Introduction by Alexander Schmemann. NY: Department of Religious Education, Orthodox Church in America, reprinted 1986. 88 p.

Great Canon of St Andrew of Crete; The Life of St Mary of Egypt. Edited and translated from the Greek by Sister Katherine, Sister Thekla. Newport Pagnell: The Greek Orthodox Monastery of the Assumption, 1974. 128 p. (Library of Orthodox thinking.)

Great Vespers Services. Arranged for three-part singing. Adapted and compiled by Igor Soroka. [s.l.: s.n.], 1976. 124 p.

Great Vespers and Daily Vespers of the Orthodox Church. Wallasey: Anargyroi Press for the Brotherhood of Saint Seraphim of Sarov, 1994. 36 p.

Hierai akolouthiai tes M. hebdomados kai tou Pascha. Greek Orthodox Holy Week & Easter Services. George L. Papadeas, comp. Daytona Beach, FL: Patmos Press, 1979. 501p. Greek and English on opposite pages.

Hippolytus, Antipope, ca. 170–235 or 6. The Treatise on the Apostolic Tradition of St. Hippolytus of Rome, Bishop and Martyr. Apostolike paradosis. Edited by Gregory Dix; reissued with corrections, preface, and bibliography by Henry Chadwick. London: Alban Press; Wilton, CT: Morehouse Publishing, 1991. [a]-p, x-lxxxi, 90 p. Originally published: 2d rev. ed. London: S.P.C.K., 1968.

Holy Cross Liturgical Hymnal: Containing the Divine Liturgy of Saint Joh n Chrysostom in Greek and English, The Resurrection Apolytikia, Hymns of the Menaion, Hymns of Lent and Easter, Hymns of the Pentecostal Season, The Memorial Service, and the Service of Thanksgiving following Holy Communion. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1988. x, 159 p. Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of North and South America.

Holy Friday Matins With the Passion Gospels and Royal Hours. Prepared by Joh n Erickson and David Anderson. Introduction by Paul Lazor. Syosset, NY: Department of Religious Education, Orthodox Church in America, 1980. 136 p.

Hours (The) of the Orthodox Church. Wallasey: The Anargyroi Press for the Brother of Saint Seraphim of Sarov, 1994. 35 p.

Kunzler, Michael. Wir haben das wahre Licht gesehen: Einfuhrung in Geist und Gestalt der byzantinischen Liturgie. Trier: Paulinus-Verlag, 1991.

Lamentations of Matins of Holy and Great Saturday; and also An Homily on the burial of the Divine Body of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, on Joseph of Arimathaea, and on the Lord’s Descent into Hades Which, After His Saving Passion, Wondrously Ensued on the Holy and Great Saturday. By our Father among the Saints, Epiphanius, Bishop of Cyprus; translated from the Greek text by the Holy Transfiguration Monastery. Boston: The Monastery, 1981. x, 51 p. Translation of Epitaphios threnos.

Leitourgia tes Orthodoxou Ekklesias. The Liturgy of the Orthodox Church. Translated and interpreted from the original Greek texts by His Eminence Athenagoras Kokkinakis. London: Mowbrays, 1979. 261 p. Parallel texts in English and Greek.

Leitourgikon. Hai treis leitourgiai kata tous en Athenais kodikas. Hypo Pan. N. Trempela. Athens: Verlag der Byzantinisch- neugriechischen Jahrbucher, 1935. 22 p., 1 1., 243 p. (Texte und Forschungen zur byzantinisch-neugriechischen Philologie; nr. 15.)

Lenten Triodion. Translated from the original Greek by Mother Mary and Kallistos Ware. Boston: Faber, 1978. 699 p. (The Service books of the Orthodox Church.)

Liturgical Chants. Compiled by Laurence Mancuso. New Canaan, CT: Franciscan Friars, 1962-. Preface signed Laurence Mancuso.

Liturgy of St. Mark. Edited from the manuscripts with a commentary by Geoffrey J. Cuming. Rome: Pontificium Institutum Studiorum Orientalium, 1990. xliii, 155 p. (Orientalia christiana analecta; 234.) “Geoffrey J. Cumming, a select bibliography”: p. 147–149. Bibliography: p. xvii-xxii. Greek text with English commentary.

Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts. Prepared by Paul Lazor. Introduction by Thomas Hopko. Rev. ed. NY: Department of Religious Education, Orthodox Church in America, 1978. 63 p.

Matins. Arranged for three-part singing. Arranged and compiled by Igor Soroka. [s.l.: s.n.], 1979. 156 p.

Matins of Holy Saturday With the Praises and Psalm 119. Prepared by David Anderson and Joh n Erickson. Introduction by Alexander Schmemann. Syosset, NY: Department of Religious Education, Orthodox Church in America, 1982. 101 p.

Menaion of the Orthodox Church: Collected Services, Together with Selected Akathist Hymns. Translated by Isaac E. Lambertsen. Liberty, TN (Rt. 1, Box 205, Liberty 37095): St. Joh n of Kronstadt Press, 1987. 2 v.

Menaion tou Ianouariou-Dekemvriou periechon hapasan ten anekousan auto akolouthian meta tes prosthekes tou Typikou. Ekd. nea kai epimemelemene. Athens: Phos, 1982–1984 printing. 12 v. (Ekklesiastike vivliotheke “phos”.)

Oktoechos. The Parakletike: Being the Eight Tone Cycle (Octoechos) of the Holy Orthodox Church: Tone One. Bussy-en-Othe, France: Orthodox Monastery of the Veil of Our Lady, 1978. 81 p.

Orthodox Liturgy: Being the Divine Liturgies of S. Joh n Chrysostom and S. Basil the Great and the Divine Office of the Presanctified Gifts: Together with the Ordering of the Holy and Divine Liturgy, the Office of Preparation for the Holy Communion, the Prayers of Thanksgiving After the Holy Communion. NY: Oxford University Press, 1982. vi, 226 p.

The Paschal Service. Prepared by Joh n Erikson and Paul Lazor. Introduction by Paul Lazor. Latham, NY: Department of Religious Education, Orthodox Church in America, 1986.

Pentecostarion. Translated from the Greek by the Holy Transfiguration Monastery. Boston: Holy Transfiguration Monastery, 1990. 487 p.

Praying With the Orthodox Tradition. Compiled by Stefano Parenti. Translation from the Italian by Paula Clifford. Preface by Bishop Kallistos (Ware). London: Triangle, 1989. 120 p. Translation of Signore della gloria.

Psalter. Translated by the Monks of New Skete. Cambridge, NY: New Skete, 1984. xvii, 284 p. Includes the canticles.

Sacrament of Holy Matrimony. Commentary by Joh n Meyendorff. NY: Department of Religious Education, Orthodox Church in America, n.d. 39 p.

Sacrament of Holy Matrimony: A Bilingual Edition. Edited and translated by N. M. Vaporis. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1991. Parallel English and Greek text.

Service Book of the Holy Orthodox-Catholic Apostolic Church. Compiled, translated, and arranged from the Old Church-Slavonic service books of the Russian church and collated with the service books of the Greek church by Isabel Florence Hapgood. 6th ed. Englewood, NJ: Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America, 1983. xl, 615 p.

Service for Those Fallen Asleep: “Panikhida”. Adapted for three-part singing. Adapted and compiled by Igor Soroka. Introduction by Alexander Schmemann. [s.l.: s.n.], 1972. 124 p.

Service of the Sunday Vespers. Translated by N. Michael Vaporis. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1992. Parallel text in English and Greek.

Services of Christmas: The Nativity of Our Lord, God and Savior Jesus Christ. Pascha: Three Day Feast. Prepared by David Anderson and Joh n Erickson. Introduction by Alexander Schmemann. Syosset, NY: Department of Religious Education, Orthodox Church in America, 1981. 118 p.

Synaxarion: Ho Megas synaxaristes tes Orthodoxou Ekklesias. Ekdidetai analomasi kai epimeleia tou Matthaiou Lange. 6e ekd. Athens: Ekd. Hieras Mones Metamorphoseos Kouvara Attikes, 1980–1984. 14 v. Facsim. reprint (v.1, 1982) of 3d ed.

Teaching of the Twelve Apostles, Or, The Oldest Church Manual: The Didache and Kindred Documents in the Original, With Translations and Discussions of Post-Apostolic Teaching, Baptism, Worship, and Discipline . . . By Philip Schaff. 3d ed., rev. and enl. NY: Funk and Wagnalls, 1890. x, 325 p. Original text, Greek or Latin, and English in parallel columns.

Theia Leitourgia ton proegiasmenon doron. The Divine Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts. Translated by Nomikos Michael Vaporis. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1991. ix, 54 p. Parallel text in English and Greek.

Troparia and Kondakia. Translated and published by the Monks of New Skete. Cambridge, NY: New Skete, 1984. xxix, 450 p.

Twelve Great Feasts; Or, Festival Menaion of the Holy Orthodox Catholic and Apostolic Church. Translated by the Archimandrite Lazarus. Edited by the American Orthodox Associates. Chicago: American Orthodox Associates, 1965. 187 p.

Vespers of Consecration: With the Preparation of the Holy Relics. Translated and compiled by Alexander G. Leondis and Socrates C. Tsamutalis. Wyckoff, NJ: Nika, 1989. 26 p. English and Greek on facing pages.

Vespers of Holy Friday. Prepared by David Anderson and Joh n Erickson. Introduction by Paul Lazor. Rev. ed. Syosset, NY: Department of Religious Education, Orthodox Church in America, 1982. 55 p.

Vespers of Pascha. Prepared by Paul Lazor. NY: Department of Religious Education, Orthodox Church in America, 1977. 24 p.

B. Secondary Studies

Abraham, Nifon. Liturgical Guide for Priests, Chanters and Choirs. Prepared by Nifon Abraham and Demetrei M. Khoury for the Departments [sic] of Liturgics and Translations of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America. 6th annual ed. Englewood, NJ: Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America, 1985. [2], iii, 294 p. “Calendar 1985”: p. i-iii. Bibliography: p. 1–2.

Abridged Typicon. Feodor S. Kovalchuk, ed. 2d. ed. South Canaan, PA: St. Tikhon’s Seminary Press, 1985. 229, xix p. Glossary of Liturgical Terms, compiled by David F. Abramtsev, p. iii-xix.

Amargianakis, George. An Analysis of Stichera in the Deuteros Modes. Copenhagen (Store Kannikestrade 11, 1169 K): Kobenhavns Universitet, Institut for grask og latinsk middelalderfilologi, 1977. 2 v. (263 p.) (Cahiers de l’Institut du Moyen-Age grec et latin, Universite de Copenhague; 22–23.) English or Greek.

Ashjian, Mesrob. The Great Week in the Armenian Tradition. NY: Prelacy of the Armenian Apostolic Church of America, 1978. Bibliography: p. 63–64.

Baar, A. H. van den. A Russian Church Slavonic Kanonnik (1331–1332). A Comparative Textual and Structural Study Including an Analysis of the Russian Computus. (Scaliger 38B, Leyden University Library). By A. H. van den Baar. The Hague: Mouton, 1969. 303 p. with 6 p. of photos. (Slavistic printings and reprintings, 89.) Issued also as thesis, Amsterdam. Bibliography: p. 293–300.

Baldovin, Joh n Francis. The Urban Character of Christian Worship: The Origins, Development, and Meaning of Stational Liturgy. Rome: Pontificium Institutum Studiorum Orientalium, 1987. 319 p. (Orientalia Christiana analecta; 228.) A revision of the author’s Ph.D. thesis, Yale University, 1984. Bibliography: p. 13–31.

Barrois, Georges Augustin. Scripture Readings in Orthodox Worship. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1977. 197 p.

Benedict, Father, of Alamogordo. The Daily Cycle of Services of the Orthodox Church. Alamogordo, NM: Saint Anthony the Great Orthodox Publications, 1986. 29 p. Bibliography: p. 26–27.

Benedictions et les sacramentaux dans la liturgie: Conferences Saint-Serge: XXXIVe Semaine d’etudes liturgiques, Paris, 23–26 juin 1987. Andronikof, C. . . . et al.; editees par A. M. Triacca et A. Pistoia. Rome: C.L.V.-Edizioni Liturgiche, 1988. 382 p. (Bibliotheca Ephemerides liturgicae: Subsidia; 44.)

Bertoniere, Gabriel. The Historical Development of the Easter Vigil and Related Services in the Greek Church. Rome, Pontificium Institutum Studiorum Orientalium, 1972. xxvii, 321 p. (Orientalia Christiana analecta, 193.) Bibliography: p. xix-xxvii.

Brock, Sebastian P. The Holy Spirit in the Syrian Baptismal Tradition. Bronx, NY: Available at Joh n XXIII Centre, Fordham University, 1979. 139 p. (The Syrian churches series; v. 9.)

-. Sogiatha: Syriac Dialogue Hymns. Kottayam: J. Vellian, 1987. 35 p. (The Syrian churches series; v. 11.) Bibliography: p. 6.

Cabasilas, Nicolaus, 14th cent. Come Before God in Prayer and Solemn Feast. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1986. 32 p.

-. A Commentary on the Divine Liturgy. Translated by J. M. Hussey and P. A. McNulty. Introduction by R. M. French. London: S.P.C.K., 1960. xi, 120 p.

Calivas, Alkiviadis C. Great Week and Pascha in the Greek Orthodox Church. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1992.

Casel, Odo. The Mystery of Christian Worship, and Other Writings. Edited by Burkhard Neunheuser; with a preface by Charles Davis. Westminster, MD: Newman Press, 1962. 212 p.

Christ dans la liturgie: Conferences Saint-Serge, XXVIIe Semaine d’etudes liturgiques: Paris, 24–28 juin 1980. Editees par A.M. Triacca et A. Pistoia; relazioni di Andronikof C. . . . et al. Rome: C.L.V.-Edizioni liturgiche, 1981. (Bibliotheca Ephemerides liturgicae: Subsidia; 20.)

Coniaris, Anthony M. Sacred Symbols That Speak. Minneapolis: Light and Life, 1985– ; v. 1-. Bibliography: v. 1, p. 218–220.

Conomos, Dimitri E. The Late Byzantine and Slavonic Communion Cycle: Liturgy and Music. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 1985. xiv, 207 p. (Dumbarton Oaks studies; 21.) Bibliography: p. 197–203.

Crespy, Georges. Marriage and Christian Tradition. Crespy, Paul Evdokimov and Christian Duquoc. Translated by Agnes Cunningham. Techny, IL: Divine Word Publications, 1968. ix, 178 p. (Churches in dialogue.) Translation of Le mariage.

Dix, Gregory. The Shape of the Liturgy. Additional notes by Paul V. Marshall. San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1982. xxi, 777 p. Reprint. Originally published: 2d ed. 1945.

Economie du salut dans la liturgie. Conferences Saint-Serge, XVIIe Semaine d’etudes liturgiques. Editees par A. M. Triacca et A. Pistoia; C. Andronikof . . . et al. Rome: C.L.V.-Edizioni liturgiche, 1982. 286 p. (Bibliotheca Ephemerides liturgicae: Subsidia; 25.)

Eglise dans la liturgie. Conference Saint-Serge, XXVIe Semaine d’etudes liturgiques, Paris 26–29 juin 1979. Editees par A. M. Triacca et A. Pistoia; relazioni di C. Andronikof . . . et al. Rome: C.L.V.-Edizioni liturgiche, 1980. xiii, 394 p. (Bibliotheca Ephemerides liturgicae: Subsidia; 18.)

Eschatologie et liturgie: Conferences Saint-Serge, XXXIe Semaine d’etudes liturgiques, Paris, 26–29 juin 1984. Editees par A. M. Triacca et A. Pistoia; contributions de C. Andronikof . . . et al. Rome: C.L.V.-Edizioni liturgiche, 1985. 383 p. (Bibliotheca Ephemerides liturgicae: Subsidia; 35.)

Evdokimov, Paul. The Sacrament of Love: The Nuptial Mystery in the Light of the Orthodox Tradition. Translated from the French by Anthony P. Gythiel and Victoria Steadman; with a foreword by Oliver Clement. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1985. 192 p.

Germanus I, Saint, Patriarch of Constantinople, d. ca. 733. Historia Ecclesiastica: The Contemplation of the Divine Liturgy. Translations by Daniel Sheerin; icons written by Mark Melone. Fairfax, VA: D. Sheerin and M. Melone, 1984. xix, 26 p.

-. On the Divine Liturgy. Greek text with translation, introduction, and commentary by Paul Meyendorff. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1984. 107 p.

Gestes et paroles dans les diverses familles liturgiques. Conferences Saint-Serge, XXIVe Semaine d’etudes liturgiques, Paris, 28 juin-ler juillet 1977. Rome: Centro liturgico vincenziano, 1978. 352 p. (Bibliotheca Ephemerides liturgicae: Subsidia; 14.)

Goa, David J. Seasons of Celebration: Ritual in Eastern Christian Culture; Temps de celebration: les rites dans la culture chretienne d’orient. Foreword by Jaroslav Pelikan; essays by Heiko C. Schlieper, Nicolas Schidlovsky. Edmonton, Canada: Alberta Culture, Provincial Museum of Alberta, 1986. vi, 57 p. Issued in conjunction with the exhibition, Seasons of celebration, at the Provincial Museum of Alberta.

Gogol, Nikolai Vasilevich. The Divine Liturgy of the Eastern Orthodox Church. Translated by Rosemary Edmonds. London: Darton, Longman & Todd, 1960. xvi, 67 p.

Gove, Antonina Filonov. The Slavic Akathistos Hymn: Poetic Elements of the Byzantine Text and its Old Church Slavonic Translation. Munich: Verlag O. Sagner, 1988. xiii, 290 p. (Slavistische Beitrage; Bd. 224.) Includes text in Greek and Church Slavic. Bibliography: pp. 276–290.

Hahn, Ferdinand. The Worship of the Early Church. Translated by David E. Green. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1973. 118 p.

Huculak, Laurence Daniel. The Divine Liturgy of St. Joh n Chrysostom in the Kievan Metropolitan Province during the Period of Union with Rome (1596–1839). Rome: PP. Basiliani, 1990. 20 p. (Analecta OSBM. Series II, sectio I, Works; v. 47. Zapysky ChSVV. Seriia II, sektsiia I, Pratsi; t. 47) Added title: Bozhestvenna liturhiia sv. Ivana Zolotoustoho v Kyivskii mytropolii v period z’iednannia z Rymon (1596–1839).

Izzo, Januarius M. The Antimension in the Liturgical and Canonical Tradition of the Byzantine and Latin Churches: An Inter-Ritual Inter-Confessional Study. Rome: Pontificium Athenaeum Antonianum, 1975. xvi, 358 p. Bibliography: p. 237–270.

Kalyvopoulos, Alkiviados K. Chronos teleseos tes Theias Leitourgias: “kairos tou poiesai to Kyrio”. Thessalonica: Patriarchikon Hidryma Paterikon Meleton, 1982. 230 p. (Analekta Vlatadon; 37.) Summary in English. Title on t.p. verso: The Divine Liturgy, The Time of Its Celebration. Bibliography: p. 13–18.

Liturgie conversion et vie monastique: Conferences Saint-Serge, XXXVe Semaine d’etudes liturgiques, Paris 28 juin-ler juillet 1988. C. Andronikof . . . et al.; editees par A. M. Triacca et A. Pistoia. Rome: C.L.V.– Edizioni liturgiche, 1989. xii, 393 p. (Bibliotheca Ephemerides Liturgica: Subsidia; 48.)

Liturgie de l’Eglise particuliere et liturgie de l’Eglise universelle: Conferences Saint-Serge, XXIIe Semaine d’etudes liturgiques, Paris, 30 juin-3 juillet 1975. Rome: Edizioni liturgiche, 1976. 410 p. (Bibliotheca Ephemerides liturgicae: Subsidia; 7.) French, English, or Italian.

Liturgie et anthropologie: Conferences Saint-Serge, XXXVIe Semaine d’etudes liturgiques, Paris, 27–30juin 1989. Editees par A. M. Triacca et A. Pistoia; textes de C. Andronikof . . . et al. Rome: C.L.V.-Edizioni liturgiche, 1990. 301 p. (Bibliotheca Ephemerides liturgicae: Subsidia; 55.)

Liturgie et remission des peches. Conferences Saint-Serge, XXe Semaine d’etudes liturgiques, Paris, 2–5 juillet 1973. Rome: Edizioni liturgiche, 1975. 293 p. (Bibliotheca Ephemerides liturgicae: Subsidia; 3.) French or German.

Liturgie, expression de la foi. Conferences Saint-Serge, XXVe Semaine d’etudes liturgiques, Paris, 27–30 juin 1978. Editees par A. M. Triacca et A. Pistoia; relazioni di C, Andronikof . . . et al. Rome: C.L.V.– Edizioni liturgiche, 1979. 378 p. (Bibliotheca Ephemerides liturgicae: Subsidia; 16.)

Liturgie, son sens, son esprit, sa methode: liturgie et theologie. Conferences Saint-Serge, XXVIIIe Semaine d’etudes liturgiques, Paris, 30 juin-3 juillet 1981. C. Andronikof . . . et al. Rome: C.L.V.-Edizioni liturgiche, 1982. (Bibliotheca Ephemerides liturgicae: Subsidia; 27.)

Liturgie, spiritualite, cultures: conferences Saint-Serge, XXIXe Semaine d’etudes liturgiques, Paris, 29 juin-2 juillet 1982. Editees par A. M. Triacca et A. Pistoia; contributions de C. Andronikof . . . et al. Rome: C.L.V.– Edizioni liturgiche, 1983. 420 p. (Bibliotheca Ephemerides liturgicae: Subsidia; 29.)

Mazza, Enrico. Mystagogy: A Theology of Liturgy in the Patristic Age. Translated by Matthew J. O’Connell. NY: Pueblo Publishing Co., 1989. xii, 228 p. Bibliographical references: p. 176–180.

Mere de Jesus-Christ et la communion des saints dans la liturgie: Conferences Saint-Serge, XXXIIe Semaine d’etudes liturgiques, Paris, 25–28juin 1985. Editees par A. M. Triacca et A. Pistoia; A.M. Allchin . . . et al. Rome: C.L.V.-Edizioni liturgiche, 1986. 361 p. (Bibliotheca Ephemerides liturgicae: Subsidia; 37.)

Meyendorff, John. Marriage: An Orthodox Perspective. 2d expanded ed. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1975. 144 p.

Meyendorff, Paul. Russia, Ritual, and Reform: The Liturgical Reforms of Nikon in the 17th Century. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Press, 1991.

Moses, Monk. Married Saints of the Church: According to the Menaion. Translated, edited, and with additions by Melania Reed and Maria Simonsson. Wildwood, CA: St. Xenia Skete, 1991. viii, 182 p.

Orthodox Perspectives on Baptism, Eucharist, and Ministry. Gennadios Limouris and Nomikos Michael Vaporis, eds. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1985. ix, 168 p. (WCC faith and order papers; n. 128.)

Paavali, Archbishop of Karelia and All Finland. The Feast of Faith: An Invitation to the Love Feast of the Kingdom of God. Translated by Esther Williams. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1988. 112 p. Translation of Uskon pidot.

Paulos Gregorios. The Joy of Freedom: Eastern Worship and Modern Man. London: Lutterworth Press, 1967. 91 p. (Ecumenical studies in worship, n. 17.)

Roles in the Liturgical Assembly: the Twenty-Third Liturgical Conference Saint Serge, Paris, France, 1976. Translated by Matthew J. O’Connell. NY: Pueblo Publishing Co., 1981. xi, 343 p. Translation of L’Assemblee liturgique et les differents roles dans l’assemblee.

Saint-Esprit dans la liturgie. Conferences Saint-Serge, XVIe Semaine d’etudes liturgiques, Paris, 1–4 juillet 1969. Rome: Edizioni liturgiche, 1977. 181 p. (Bibliotheca Ephemerides liturgicae: Subsidia; 8.) French or German.

Saints et saintete dans la liturgie: Conferences Saint-Serge, XXXIIIe Semaine d’etudes liturgiques, Paris, 22–26 juin 1986. Editees par A. M. Triacca et A. Pistoia; contributions de C. Andronikof . . . et al. Rome: C.L.V.– -Edizioni liturgiche, 1987. 371 p. (Bibliotheca Ephemerides liturgicae: Subsidia; 40.)

Schmemann, Alexander. Eucharist-Sacrament of the Kingdom. Translated from the Russian Paul Kachur. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1988. 245 p. Translation of Evkharistiia-tainstvo tsarstva.

-. For the Life of the World: Sacraments and Orthodoxy. 2d rev. and expanded ed. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1973. 151 p. Rev. and expanded ed. of Sacraments and Orthodoxy. 1965.

-. Great Lent. Rev. ed. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1974. 140 p.

-. Holy Week: A Liturgical Explanation for the Days of Holy Week. Prepared by Alexander Schmemann; illustrations by Joh n Matusiak. NY: Department of Religious Education, Orthodox Church in America, 1979. 48 p. Reprint.

-. Introduction to Liturgical Theology. Translated by Asheleigh E. Moorhouse. 3d ed. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1986. 220 p. Translation of Vvedenie v liturgicheskoe bogoslovie.

-. Liturgy and Life: Lectures and Essays on Christian Development Through Liturgical Experience. NY: Department of Religious Education, Orthodox Church in America, 1983. 112 p. Bibliography: p. 109–110.

-. Liturgy and Tradition: Theological Reflections of Alexander Schmemann. Edited by Thomas J. Fisch. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1990. 157 p. Includes responses by B. Botte and W. Jardine Grisbrooke.

-. Of Water and the Spirit: A Liturgical Study of Baptism. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1974. 170 p. Bibliography: p. 155–158.

Schulz, Hans-Joachim. The Byzantine Liturgy: Symbolic Structure and Faith Expression. Translated by Matthew J. O’Connell. English ed. Introduced and reviewed by Robert Taft. NY: Pueblo Publishing Co., 1986. xxiii, 284 p. Translation of Die byzantinische Liturgie. Bibliography: p. 251–267.

Scotto, Dominic F., TOR. The Liturgy of the Hours. Petersham, MA: St. Bede’s Publications, 1986. 213 p.

Spoer, Hans Henry. An Aid for Churchmen, Episcopal and Orthodox, Toward a Mutual Understanding, By Means of a Brief Comparison of the Rites and Ceremonies of the Orthodox Church with Those of the Episcopal (Anglican) Church. With a foreword by Frank Gavin. New York: AMS Press 1969 ix, 105 p. 6 illus. Reprint of the 1930 ed. Bibliography: p. 104–105.

Symeon, Archbishop of Thessalonike, 15th cent. Treatise on Prayer: An Explanation of the Services Conducted in the Orthodox Church. Translated by H.L.N. Simmons. Brookline, MA: Hellenic College Press, 1984. xi, 104 p. (The Archbishop Iakovos library of ecclesiastical and historical sources; n. 9.)

Taft, Robert F. Beyond East and West: Problems in Liturgical Understanding. Washington, DC: Pastoral Press, 1984. x, 203 p. (NPM studies in church music and liturgy.)

-. The Byzantine Rite: A Short History. College ville, MN: Liturgical Press, 1992. 84 p. (American essays in liturgy.)

-. The Great Entrance: A History of the Transfer of Gifts and Other Preanaphoral Rites of the Liturgy of St. Joh n Chrysostom. Rome: Pontificium Institutum Studiorum Orientalium, 1975. 485 p. (Orientalia Christiana analecta; 200.) Bibliography: p. [xiii]-xxii.

-. A History of the Liturgy of St. Joh n Chrysostom. Rome: Pontificium Institutum Studiorum Orientalium, 1975, 1991– (Orientalia Christiana analecta; 200, 238-. )

-. Liturgy in Byzantium and Beyond. Brookfield, VT: Variorum, 1995. 345 p.

-. “The Liturgy of the Great Church: An Initial Synthesis of Structure and Interpretation on the Eve of Iconoclasm.” Dumbarton Oaks Papers, n. 34–35 (1980–1981) p. 45–75.

-. The Liturgy of the Hours in East and West: The Origins of the Divine Office and Its Meaning for Today. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 1986. xvii, 421 p. Bibliography: p. 375–391.

-. The Liturgy of the Hours in the Christian East: Origins, Meaning, Place in the Life of the Church. Cochin, Kerala, India: K.C.M. Press, 1983? xi, 303 p.

Talley, Thomas J. The Origins of the Liturgical Year. 2d amended ed. Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 1991. xii, 255 p.

Temple of the Holy Spirit: Sickness and Death of the Christian in the Liturgy: The Twenty-first Liturgical Conference Saint-Serge. Translated by Matthew J. O’Connell. NY: Pueblo Publishing Co., 1983. ix, 336 p. Translation of La maladie et la mort du chretien dans la liturgie. Bibliography: p. 303–336.

Trinite et liturgie: Conferences Saint-Serge, XXXe Semaine d’etudes liturgiques, Paris, 28 juin-ler juillet 1983. Editees par A. M. Triacca et A. Pistoia; textes de C. Andronikof . . . et al. Rome: C.L.V.-Edizioni liturgiche, 1984. 458 p. (Bibliotheca Ephemerides liturgicae: Subsidia; 32.)

Uspenskii, Nicholas. Evening Worship in the Orthodox Church. Translated and edited by Paul Lazor. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1985. 248 p.

Vasileios, of Stavronikita, Archimandrite. Hymn of Entry: Liturgy and Life in the Orthodox Church. Translated from the Greek by Elizabeth Briere; with a foreword by Bishop Kallistos of Diokleia. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1984. 138 p. Translation of Eisodikon.

Wegman, Herman A. J. Christian Worship in East and West: A Study Guide to Liturgical History. Translated by Gordon W. Lathrop. NY: Pueblo Publishing Co., 1985. xvii, 390 p.

Weitzmann, Kurt. Byzantine Liturgical Psalters and Gospels. London: Variorum Reprints, 1980. 322 p. (Collected studies series; CS 119.)

Williams, Benjamin D. Orthodox Worship: A Living Continuity with the Temple, the Synagogue and the Early Church. Minneapolis, MN: Light and Life, 1990.

Wybrew, Hugh. The Orthodox Liturgy: The Development of the Eucharistic Liturgy in the Byzantine Rite. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1990. xi, 189 p. Bibliographical references: p. 184–185.

Zvegintzov, Catherine. Our Mother Church: Her Worship and Offices, Compiled from Standard Russian Textbooks. Published for the Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius. London: S.P.C.K., 1948. 126 p.

XI. Scripture

Anchor Bible Dictionary. 6 V. Edited by David Noel Freedman. NY: Doubleday, 1992.

Ancien Testament dans l’Eglise. Chambesy-Geneva: Editions du Centre orthodoxe du patriarchat oecumenique, 1988. 234 p. (Etudes theologiques de Chambesy. Ai theologikai meletai tou Sampezy; 8.) 7e Seminaire theologique de Chambesy, Switzerland, 1986. Contributions in French, English, and German.

The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the Old Testament in English. With introductions and critical and explanatory notes to the several books. Edited in conjunction with many scholars by R. H. Charles. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1963. 2 v. Reprint of the 1913 ed.

Barrois, Georges A. Jesus Christ and The Temple. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1980.

-. Scripture Readings in Orthodox Worship. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1977. 197 p.

Bible and the Holy Fathers for Orthodox: Daily Scripture Readings and Commentary for Orthodox Christians. Compiled and edited by Johanna Manley; with a foreword by Bishop Kallistos of Diokleia. Menlo Park, CA: Monastery Books, 1990. iv, 1126 p. Bibliography: p. 1121–1126.

Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia. Quae antea cooperantibus. A. Alt, O. Eissfeldt, P. Kahle; ediderat R. Kittel. Editio secunda emendata; opera W. Rudolph et H. P. Ruger. Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, 1984. lvii, 1547 p.

Breck, John. The Power of the Word in the Worshiping Church. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1986. 237 p., [8] p. of plates.

Brooks, James A. The New Testament Text of Gregory of Nyssa. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1991. xi, 257 p. (The New Testament in the Greek Fathers; n. 2.)

Charlesworth, James H. The New Testament Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha: A Guide to Publications, With Excursuses on Apocalypses. Charlesworth, with James R. Mueller; assisted by many, especially Amy-Jill Levine, Randall D. Chesnutt, and M.J.H. Charlesworth. Chicago: American Theological Library Association; Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1987. xvi, 450 p. (ATLA bibliography series; no. 17.) Bibliography: p. 65–421.

Critical Edition of the Coptic (Bohairic) Pentateuch. Edited by Melvin K. H. Peters. Chico, CA: Scholars Press, 1983. xii, 114 p. (Septuagint and cognate studies; n. 15.) Contents: 5. Deuteronomy.

Cronk, George. The Message of the Bible: An Orthodox Christian Perspective. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1982. 293 p. Bibliography: p. 291–293.

Cyril, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, ca. 370–444. Commentary on the Gospel of Saint Luke. Translated by R. Payne Smith. Astoria, NY: Studion Publishers, 1983. xiii, 620 p. Reprint of 1859 Oxford University Press edition, with a new introduction.

Eldridge, Lawrence Allen. The Gospel Text of Epiphanius of Salamis. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1969. 191 p. (Studies and documents, 41.)

Florovsky, Georges. Bible, Church, Tradition: An Eastern Orthodox View. Vol. I in The Collected Works of Georges Florovsky. Belmont, MA: Nordland Publishing Co., 1972.

Grace for Grace: The Psalter and the Holy Fathers: Patristic Christian Commentary, Meditations, and Liturgical Extracts relating to the Psalms and Odes. Compiled and edited by Johanna Manley; with a foreword by Todor Mika. Menlo Park, CA: Monastery Books, 1992. xiv, 748 p. Bibliographical references: p. 744–748.

Great Book of Holy Gospels: A Refinement of the Holy Gospel Book for Use in the Holy Orthodox Christian and Byzantine Rite Churches as Well as for Private and Family Worship. Compiled, edited, and amended by Elias G. Karim. Oklahoma City: E. G. Karim, 1980. 1 v. (unpaged)

Gregory, of Nyssa, ca. 335-ca. 394. Commentary on Ecclesiastes. Translated with an introduction by Casimir McCambley. Brookline, MA: Hellenic College Press, 1990. (Archbishop Iakovos library of ecclesiastical and historical sources; n. 19.)

-. Commentary on the Song of Songs. Translated with an introduction by Casimir McCambley; preface by Panagiotes Chrestou. Brookline, MA: Hellenic College Press, 1987. 295 p. (Archbishop Iakovos library of ecclesiastical and historical sources; n. 12.)

Hagen, Kenneth, ed. The Bible in the Churches. Milwaukee, WI: Marquette University Press, 1994. One chapter devoted to Scripture in the Orthodox Church.

Hammerich, Louis Leonor. Phil. 2,6 and P. A. Florenskij. Copenhagen: Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab: kommissionar, Munksgaard, 1976. 16 p. (Historisk-filosofiske meddelelser-Det kongelige danske videnskabernes selskab; 47, 5.)

Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible. Edited by George Arthur Buttrick. 4 V. and Supplement. Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press, 1962 and 1976.

Jellicoe, Sidney. The Septuagint and Modern Study. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1968. xix, 424 p.

-, compiler. Studies in the Septuagint: Origins, Recensions, and Interpretations: Selected Essays, With a Prolegomenon. NY: Ktav Publishing House, 1974. lxii, 609 p. (Library of Biblical studies.) English, French, or German.

Kantiotes, Augoustinos N. Drops from the Living Water: Orthodox Homilies on the Sunday Gospel Readings. Translation and foreword by Asterios Gerostergios. Belmont, MA: Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, 1992. xii, 210 p.

Kesich, Veselin, The First Day of the New Creation. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1982.

-. The Gospel Image of Christ. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1991.

-. The Passion of Christ. Tuckahoe, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1965. 84 p. (New Testament series; no.l.)

Manley, Johanna. Isaiah Through the Ages. Menlo Park, CA: Monastery Books, 1995. 1072 p.

-. The Lament of Eve. Menlo Park, CA: Monastery Books, 1993. iv, 153 p. Bibliographical references: p. 152.

The New Jerome Biblical Commentary. Edited by Raymond E. Brown, Joseph A. Fitzmyer, and Roland E. Murphy. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1990.

New Oxford Annotated Bible: New Revised Standard Version. Edited by Bruce M. Metzger and Roland E. Murphy. NY: Oxford University Press, 1991.

New Oxford Annotated Bible: Revised Standard Version. Edited by Herbert G. мая and Bruce M. Metzger. NY: Oxford University Press, 1973.

New Testament Apocrypha. Wilhelm Schneemelcher, ed. Translated by A.J.B. Higgins and others; edited by R. McL. Wilson. Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1963–66. 2 vols. From the original German ed. Edgar Hennecke, ed.

Nicodemus, the Hagiorite, Saint, 1748–1809. The Kingdom of the Real: An Existential Study of the First Phase of the Fourth Gospel. London: Lutterworth Press, 1951. 176 p.

The Old Testament in Greek, According to the Septuagint. Henry Barclay Swete, ed. Cambridge: University Press, 1909, 1907, 1912. 3 vols.

Old Testament Pseudepigrapha. Edited by James H. Charlesworth. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1983-.

Olofsson, Staffan. God Is My Rock: A Study of Translation Technique and Theological Exegesis in the Septuagint. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1990. ix, 208 p. (Coniectanea biblica. Old Testament series; 31.) Bibliographical references: p. 167–184.

-. The LXX Version: A Guide to the Translation Technique of the Septuagint. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1990. viii, 105 p. (Coniectanea biblica. Old Testament series; 30.) Bibliographical references: p. 83–101.

Orthodox Study Bible. Alan Wallerstedt, ed. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1993.

Pritchard, James B., ed. Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament. 3d ed. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1969.

Royster, Dmitri, Bishop. The Kingdom of God: The Sermon on the Mount. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1992.

Satran, David. Biblical Prophets in Byzantine Palestine. Leiden; NY: E. J. Brill, 1995. 150 p.

Septuagint, Scrolls and Cognate Writings: Papers Presented to the International Symposium on the Septuagint and Its Relations to the Dead Sea Scrolls and Other Writings, Manchester, 1990. Edited by George J. Brooke, Barnabus Lindars. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1992. viii, 657 p. (Septuagint and cognate studies series; no. 33.)

Septuagint with Apocrypha-Greek and English. Sir Lancelot C.L. Brenton. Grand Rapids, MI: Regency Reference Library, 1985? vi, 1130, iii, 248 p. (Companion texts for Old Testament studies) Greek and English in parallel columns. Reprint. Originally published: The Septuagint version of the Old Testament and Apocrypha. London: S. Bagster, 1851.

Septuaginta: Id est, Vetus Testamentum graece iuxta LXX interpretes. Edidit Alfred Rahlfs. Editio minor. Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, 1979. 2 v. in 1.

Stylianopoulos, Theodore. The Good News of Christ. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1991.

Tarazi, Paul Nadim. I Thessalonians: A Commentary. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1982. 190 p. (Orthodox Biblical studies.) Text of I Thessalonians in Greek with an English translation.

-. The Old Testament: An Introduction. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1991-.

Trakatellis, Bishop Demetrios. Authority and Passion. Christological Aspects of the Gospel According to Mark. Translated by George K. Duvall and Harry Vulopas. Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1987.

XII. Theology

Aksum, Thyateira: A Festschrift for Archbishop Methodios of Thyateira and Great Britain. General editor George Dion. Dragas. London: Thyateira House, 1985. 700 p. English, French, German, and Greek.

Aslanoff, Catherine, ed. The Incarnate God: The Feasts and the Life of Jesus Christ. Translated by Paul Meyendorff. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1994.

Behr-Sigel, Elisabeth. The Ministry of Women In the Church. Translated from the French by Steven Bigham. Redondo Beach, CA: Oakwood Publications, 1991. xiv, 229 p. Translation of Le ministere de la femme dans l’eglise. Paris: Cerf, 1987.

Berdiaev, Nikolai Aleksandrovich. Christian Existentialism: A Berdyaev Anthology. Selected and translated by Donald A. Lowrie. London: G. Allen & Unwin, 1965. 333 p.

-. The Destiny of Man. Translation from the Russian by Natalie Duddington. NY: Harper, 1960. viii, 310 p. (Harper torchbooks, TB61.) (The Cloister library.)

-. The Meaning of the Creative Act. Translated by Donald A. Lowrie. NY: Collier Books, 1962. 319 p.

Bobrinskoy, Boris. Le mystere de la trinite: cours de theologie orthodoxe. Paris: Cerf, 1986. 320 p. (Theologies.) Bibliography: p. 319–323.

Boojamra, Joh n Lawrence. Foundations for Orthodox Christian Education. Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1989. 182 p. Bibliography: p. 176–178.

Bulgakov, Sergei Nikolaevich. A Bulgakov Anthology. Edited by James Pain and Nicholas Zernov. Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1976. XXV, 191, [2] p. Bibliography: p. 193.

-. Father Sergius Bulgakov, 1871–1944: A Collection of Articles by Fr. Bulgakov for the Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius and Now Reproduced by the Fellowship to Commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Death of This Great Ecumenist. London: Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius, 1969. [3], ii, 48 p.

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Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation: Insights from Orthodoxy. Gennadios Limouris, ed. Geneva: World Council of Churches Publications, 1990. xiii, 126 p.

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Martyria/Mission: The Witness of the Orthodox Churches Today. Bria, Ion, ed. Geneva: World Council of Churches, 1980. 255 P.

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Nichols, Aidan. Rome and the Eastern Churches: A Study in Schism. Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1992. xiv, 338 p.

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Orthodox Theology and Diakonia: Trends and Prospects: Essays in Honor of His Eminence Archbishop Iakovos on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday. Demetrios J. Constantelos, ed. Brookline, MA: Hellenic College Press, 1981. 397 p.

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About the Authors

MICHAEL PROKURAT (B.A., University of Michigan; M.Div., St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Graduate Theological Union) is assistant professor of Scripture at the University of St. Thomas School of Theology at St. Mary’s Seminary, Houston, Texas, and is an archpriest in the Orthodox Church in America. He has taught graduate courses at the Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary and U.C. Berkeley. Dr. Prokurat has occasionally represented the Orthodox Church in America nationally and internationally at inter-Orthodox and ecumenical convocations, holding various ecclesiastical offices during a twenty year pastorate. He is a member of several scholarly societies, including the Society of Biblical Literature, the American Schools of Oriental Research, and the Catholic Biblical Association of America. He has authored and edited various theological writings, and recently translated and introduced a historical novel on Russian Orthodox missionary work in Siberia entitled On the Edge of the World (1992) by Nikolai Leskov. He also serves on the board of trustees of the Orthodox Institute in Berkeley under the jurisdiction of the Patriarchate of Constantinople.

ALEXANDER GOLITZIN (B.A., University of California-Berkeley; M.Div., St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary; D.Phil., Oxford University) is assistant professor of theology at Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He has taught Eastern Orthodox history and theology at the Graduate Theological Union, U.C. Berkeley, Stanford University, and St. Vladimir’s Seminary, Crestwood, New York. He is an ordained priest of the Orthodox Church in America and a monk of the Monastery of Simonos Petras, Mount Athos. Dr. Golitzin is a member of a number of scholarly societies, among them the Byzantine Studies Conference for North America, the North American Patristics Society, the International Society of Neoplatonic Studies, the Church History Society of America, and the Orthodox Theological Society of America. He has authored several books, translations, and articles on Byzantine theology and contemporary Orthodox monastic spirituality, including, as co-author with Richard Blum, The Sacred Athlete (1991), The Eros of Repentance: Four Talks on Athonite Monasticism by Abbot George Capsanis (1992), Introibo ad altare Dei: the Mystagogy of Dionysius Areopagita (1994), St. Symeon the New Theologian: On the Mystical Life (1995), and a forthcoming work, The Living Witness of the Holy Mountain.

MICHAEL D. PETERSON (M.A., California State College, Stanislaus; M.L.S., University of Maryland, College Park) has been the Branch Librarian of the Graduate Theological Union Library of Berkeley since 1982. Previously he held professional library positions at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, and Phillip’s Academy, Andover, Massachusetts. He is the author of “Georges Florovsky and Karl Barth: The Theological Encounters” in Summary of Proceedings. 47th Annual Conference of the American Theological Library Association (1993).

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96. The A to Z of the Fashion Industry by Francesca Sterlacci and Joanne Arbuckle, 2009.

97. The A to Z of American Theater: Modernism by James Fisher and Felicia Hardison Londre, 2009.

98. The A to Z of Civil Wars in Africa by Guy Arnold, 2009.

99. The A to Z of the Nixon-Ford Era by Mitchell K. Hall, 2009.

100. The A to Z of Horror Cinema by Peter Hutchings, 2009.

101. The A to Z of Westerns in Cinema by Paul Varner, 2009.

102. The A to Z of Zionism by Rafael Medoff and Chaim I. Waxman, 2009.

103. The A to Z of the Roosevelt-Truman Era by Neil A. Wynn, 2009.

104. The A to Z of Jehovah’s Witnesses by George D. Chryssides, 2009.

105. The A to Z of Native American Movements by Todd Leahy and Raymond Wilson, 2009.

106. The A to Z of the Shakers by Stephen J. Paterwic, 2009.

107. The A to Z of the Coptic Church by Gawdat Gabra, 2009.

108. The A to Z of Architecture by Allison Lee Palmer, 2009.

109. The A to Z of Italian Cinema by Gino Moliterno, 2009.

110. The A to Z of Mormonism by Davis Bitton and Thomas G. Alexander, 2009.

111. The A to Z of African American Theater by Anthony D. Hill with Douglas Q. Barnett, 2009.

112. The A to Z of NATO and Other International Security Organizations by Marco Rimanelli, 2009.

113. The A to Z of the Eisenhower Era by Burton I. Kaufman and Diane Kaufman, 2009.

114. The A to Z of Sexspionage by Nigel West, 2009.

115. The A to Z of Environmentalism by Peter Dauvergne, 2009.

116. The A to Z of the Petroleum Industry by M. S. Vassiliou, 2009.

117. The A to Z of Journalism by Ross Eaman, 2009.

118. The A to Z of the Gilded Age by T. Adams Upchurch, 2009.

119. The A to Z of the Progressive Era by Catherine Cocks, Peter C. Holloran, and Alan Lessoff, 2009.

120. The A to Z of Middle Eastern Intelligence by Ephraim Kahana and Muhammad Suwaed, 2009.

121. The A to Z of the Baptists William H. Brackney, 2009.

122. The A to Z of Homosexuality by Brent L. Pickett, 2009.

123. The A to Z of Islam, Second Edition by Ludwig W. Adamec, 2009.

124. The A to Z of Buddhism by Carl Olson, 2009.

125. The A to Z of United States-Russian/Soviet Relations by Norman E. Saul, 2010.

126. The A to Z of United States-Africa Relations by Robert Anthony Waters Jr., 2010.

127. The A to Z of United States-China Relations by Robert Sutter, 2010.

128. The A to Z of U.S. Diplomacy since the Cold War by Tom Lansford, 2010.

129. The A to Z of United States-Japan Relations by Joh n Van Sant, Peter Mauch, and Yoneyuki Sugita, 2010.

130. The A to Z of United States-Latin American Relations by Joseph Smith, 2010.

131. The A to Z of United States-Middle East Relations by Peter L. Hahn, 2010.

132. The A to Z of United States-Southeast Asia Relations by Donald E. Weatherbee, 2010.

133. The A to Z of U.S. Diplomacy from the Civil War to World War I by Kenneth J. Blume, 2010.

134. The A to Z of International Law by Boleslaw A. Boczek, 2010.

135. The A to Z of the Gypsies (Romanies) by Donald Kenrick, 2010.

136. The A to Z of the Tamils by Vijaya Ramaswamy, 2010.

137. The A to Z of Women in Sub-Saharan Africa by Kathleen Sheldon, 2010.

138. The A to Z of Ancient and Medieval Nubia by Richard A. Lobban Jr., 2010.

139. The A to Z of Ancient Israel by Niels Peter Lemche, 2010.

140. The A to Z of Ancient Mesoamerica by Joel W. Palka, 2010.

141. The A to Z of Ancient Southeast Asia by Joh n N. Miksic, 2010.

142. The A to Z of the Hittites by Charles Burney, 2010.

143. The A to Z of Medieval Russia by Lawrence N. Langer, 2010.

144. The A to Z of the Napoleonic Era by George F. Nafziger, 2010.

145. The A to Z of Ancient Egypt by Morris L. Bierbrier, 2010.

146. The A to Z of Ancient India by Kumkum Roy, 2010.

147. The A to Z of Ancient South America by Martin Giesso, 2010.

148. The A to Z of Medieval China by Victor Cunrui Xiong, 2010.

149. The A to Z of Medieval India by Iqtidar Alam Khan, 2010.

150. The A to Z of Mesopotamia by Gwendolyn Leick, 2010.

151. The A to Z of the Mongol World Empire by Paul D. Buell, 2010.

152. The A to Z of the Ottoman Empire by Selcuk Aksin Somel, 2010.

153. The A to Z of Pre-Colonial Africa by Robert O. Collins, 2010.

154. The A to Z of Aesthetics by Dabney Townsend, 2010.

155. The A to Z of Descartes and Cartesian Philosophy by Roger Ariew, Dennis Des Chene, Douglas M. Jesseph, Tad M. Schmaltz, and Theo Verbeek, 2010.

156. The A to Z of Heidegger’s Philosophy by Alfred Denker, 2010.

157. The A to Z of Kierkegaard’s Philosophy by Julia Watkin, 2010.

158. The A to Z of Ancient Greek Philosophy by Anthony Preus, 2010.

159. The A to Z of Bertrand Russell’s Philosophy by Rosalind Carey and Joh n Ongley, 2010.

160. The A to Z of Epistemology by Ralph Baergen, 2010.

161. The A to Z of Ethics by Harry J. Gensler and Earl W. Spurgin, 2010.

162. The A to Z of Existentialism by Stephen Michelman, 2010.

163. The A to Z of Hegelian Philosophy by Joh n W. Burbidge, 2010.

164. The A to Z of the Holiness Movement by William Kostlevy, 2010.

165. The A to Z of Hume’s Philosophy by Kenneth R. Merrill, 2010.

166. The A to Z of Husserl’s Philosophy by Joh n J. Drummond, 2010.

167. The A to Z of Kant and Kantianism by Helmut Holzhey and Vilem Mudroch, 2010.

168. The A to Z of Leibniz’s Philosophy by Stuart Brown and N. J. Fox, 2010.

169. The A to Z of Logic by Harry J. Gensler, 2010.

170. The A to Z of Medieval Philosophy and Theology by Stephen F. Brown and Juan Carlos Flores, 2010.

171. The A to Z of Nietzscheanism by Carol Diethe, 2010.

172. The A to Z of the Non-Aligned Movement and Third World by Guy Arnold, 2010.

173. The A to Z of Shamanism by Graham Harvey and Robert J. Wallis, 2010.

174. The A to Z of Organized Labor by James C. Docherty, 2010.

175. The A to Z of the Orthodox Church by Michael Prokurat, Michael D. Peterson, and Alexander Golitzin, 2010.

176. The A to Z of Prophets in Islam and Judaism by Scott B. Noegel and Brannon M. Wheeler, 2010.

177. The A to Z of Schopenhauer’s Philosophy by David.E. Cartwright, 2010.

178. The A to Z of Wittgenstein’s Philosophy by Duncan Richter, 2010.

179. The A to Z of Hong Kong Cinema by Lisa Odham Stokes, 2010.

180. The A to Z of Japanese Traditional Theatre by Samuel L. Leiter, 2010.

181. The A to Z of Lesbian Literature by Meredith Miller, 2010.

182. The A to Z of Chinese Theater by Tan Ye, 2010.

183. The A to Z of German Cinema by Robert C. Reimer and Carol J. Reimer, 2010.

184. The A to Z of German Theater by William Grange, 2010.

185. The A to Z of Irish Cinema by Roderick Flynn and Patrick Brereton, 2010.

186. The A to Z of Modern Chinese Literature by Li-hua Ying, 2010.

187. The A to Z of Modern Japanese Literature and Theater by J. Scott Miller, 2010.

188. The A to Z of Old-Time Radio by Robert C. Reinehr and Jon D. Swartz, 2010.

189. The A to Z of Polish Cinema by Marek Haltof, 2010.

190. The A to Z of Postwar German Literature by William Grange, 2010.

191. The A to Z of Russian and Soviet Cinema by Peter Rollberg, 2010.

192. The A to Z of Russian Theater by Laurence Senelick, 2010.

193. The A to Z of Sacred Music by Joseph P. Swain, 2010.

194. The A to Z of Animation and Cartoons by Nichola Dobson, 2010.

195. The A to Z of Afghan Wars, Revolutions, and Insurgencies by Ludwig W. Adamec, 2010.

196. The A to Z of Ancient Egyptian Warfare by Robert G. Morkot, 2010.

197. The A to Z of the British and Irish Civil Wars 1637–1660 by Martyn Bennett, 2010.

198. The A to Z of the Chinese Civil War by Edwin Pak-wah Leung, 2010.

199. The A to Z of Ancient Greek Warfare by Iain Spence, 2010.

200. The A to Z of the Anglo-Boer War by Fransjohan Pretorius, 2010.

201. The A to Z of the Crimean War by Guy Arnold, 2010.

202. The A to Z of the Zulu Wars by Joh n Laband, 2010.

203. The A to Z of the Wars of the French Revolution by Steven T. Ross, 2010.

204. The A to Z of the Hong Kong SAR and the Macao SAR by Ming K. Chan and Shiuhing Lo, 2010.

205. The A to Z of Australia by James C. Docherty, 2010.

206. The A to Z of Burma (Myanmar) by Donald M. Seekins, 2010.

207. The A to Z of the Gulf Arab States by Malcolm C. Peck, 2010.

208. The A to Z of India by Surjit Mansingh, 2010.

209. The A to Z of Iran by Joh n H. Lorentz, 2010.

210. The A to Z of Israel by Bernard Reich and David H. Goldberg, 2010.

211. The A to Z of Laos by Martin Stuart-Fox, 2010.

212. The A to Z of Malaysia by Ooi Keat Gin, 2010.

213. The A to Z of Modern China (1800–1949) by James Z. Gao, 2010.

214. The A to Z of the Philippines by Artemio R. Guillermo and мая Kyi Win, 2010.

215. The A to Z of Taiwan (Republic of China) by Joh n F. Copper, 2010.

216. The A to Z of the People’s Republic of China by Lawrence R. Sullivan, 2010.

217. The A to Z of Vietnam by Bruce M. Lockhart and William J. Duiker, 2010.

218. The A to Z of Bosnia and Herzegovina by Ante Cuvalo, 2010.

219. The A to Z of Modern Greece by Dimitris Keridis, 2010.

220. The A to Z of Austria by Paula Sutter Fichtner, 2010.

221. The A to Z of Belarus by Vitali Silitski and Jan Zaprudnik, 2010.

222. The A to Z of Belgium by Robert Stallaerts, 2010.

223. The A to Z of Bulgaria by Raymond Detrez, 2010.

224. The A to Z of Contemporary Germany by Derek Lewis with Ulrike Zitzlsperger, 2010.

225. The A to Z of the Contemporary United Kingdom by Kenneth J. Panton and Keith A. Cowlard, 2010.

226. The A to Z of Denmark by Alastair H. Thomas, 2010.

227. The A to Z of France by Gino Raymond, 2010.

228. The A to Z of Georgia by Alexander Mikaberidze, 2010.

229. The A to Z of Iceland by Gudmundur Halfdanarson, 2010.

230. The A to Z of Latvia by Andrejs Plakans, 2010.

231. The A to Z of Modern Italy by Mark F. Gilbert and K. Robert Nilsson, 2010.

232. The A to Z of Moldova by Andrei Brezianu and Vlad Spanu, 2010.

233. The A to Z of the Netherlands by Joop W. Koopmans and Arend H. Huussen Jr., 2010.

234. The A to Z of Norway by Jan Sjavik, 2010.

235. The A to Z of the Republic of Macedonia by Dimitar Bechev, 2010.

236. The A to Z of Slovakia by Stanislav J. Kirschbaum, 2010.

237. The A to Z of Slovenia by Leopoldina Plut-Pregelj and Carole Rogel, 2010.

238. The A to Z of Spain by Angel Smith, 2010.

239. The A to Z of Sweden by Irene Scobbie, 2010.

240. The A to Z of Turkey by Metin Heper and Nur Bilge Criss, 2010.

241. The A to Z of Ukraine by Zenon E. Kohut, Bohdan Y. Nebesio, and Myroslav Yurkevich, 2010.

242. The A to Z of Mexico by Marvin Alisky, 2010.

243. The A to Z of U.S. Diplomacy from World War I through World War II by Martin Folly and Niall Palmer, 2010.

244. The A to Z of Spanish Cinema by Alberto Mira, 2010.

245. The A to Z of the Reformation and Counter-Reformation by Michael Mullett, 2010.


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