by Andriy Chirovsky (Editor)
Table of Contents
Chapter 5 The Light of Tabor in Northern California
Chapter 7 Spiritual Fatherhood in Eastern Monasticism
Chapter 8 The Monk as Philosopher
Chapter 10 The Sister Servants of Mary Immaculate
Chapter 13 Theological Approaches of Saint John of Damascus and Saint Theodore of Studion to the Iconoclastic Heresy
Chapter 14 The Melkite Icons
Chapter 15 The Sunday of Pascha
Chapter 17 Religious Practices in Kyivan Rus’
Chapter 18 The Philosophical Presuppositions of the Jesus Prayer
Chapter 22 The Balkan Churches in the First Christian Centuries
This collection of scholarly articles and popular reminiscences highlights the life and work of Archimandrite Boniface, the founder of Holy Transfiguration (Mount Tabor) Monastery in Redwood Valley, California. In addition to articles on the Archimandrite’s accomplishments and a bibliography of his extensive published works, this volume includes scholarly studies in the fields of monasticism, liturgy, iconography, patristics by over 20 scholars from a variety of universities.
Softcover: xii, 274 pages, illus.
Publisher: The Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies (December 1992)