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Serbian Patericon: Saints of the Serbian Orthodox Church, January-April Paperback – Apr 1994

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Great Book for Spiritual life May 14 2001
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The Serbian Patericon is an exciting book, in that it gives you inspiring stories and accounts of real people who struggled to be good christians and who loved God and people from their hearts. The Serbs are a great people who have suffered much in their history. But the greatest gift they have given to the world is the sometimes hidden story of the lives of their saints! I recommend this to all young people, and to anyone for that matter....
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Great Book, Great Author May 14 2001
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The Serbian Patericon is written by one of the finest Orthodox writers in the world today, Rev. Dr. Daniel Rogich. He has authored many fine books on spirituality and Orthodox theology. He is a college professor as well as an Orthodox Christian priest. The Patericon is replete with information and profound insights as to the christian ascetic and contemplative life in Christ. It has many notes which give clear information about the rites and rituals of the Orthodox faith. It is also expressive of how the Serbian people have carried out their christian faith down through the centuries. Rev. Dr. Rogich is a fine scholar and a deep religious thinker.