Series: Little Russian Philokalia

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Little Russian Philokalia : St. Seraphim of Sarov by Seraphim Rose1
Little Russian Philokalia: Abbot Nazarius of Valaam by Seraphim Rose2
Little Russian Philokalia : St. Herman of Alaska by Saint Herman Of Alaska3
Little Russian Philokalia: St. Paisius Velichkovsky (Volume IV) by Fr. Seraphim Rose4
Little Russian Philokalia: St. Theodore of Sanaxar (Vol V) by S. Miloskovsky5
Little Russian Philokalia, vol. 2 and 3 by Seraphim Rose2-3

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  1. The Arena: An Offering to Contemporary Monasticism by Ignatius Brianchaninov (1970)
  2. The Philokalia: The Complete Text (Vol. 2): Compiled by St. Nikodimos of the Holy Mountain and St. Makarios of Corinth by G. E. H. Palmer (1981)
  3. St Seraphim of Sarov: A Spiritual Biography by Archimandrite L. Moore (1994)
  4. The Northern Thebaid: Monastic Saints of the Russian North by Fr. Seraphim Rose (1975)
  5. The Orthodox Veneration of Mary the Birthgiver of God by St. John Maximovitch (1868)
  6. Saint Silouan, the Athonite by Archimandrite Sophrony (1991)
  7. Monastic Wisdom: The Letters of Elder Joseph the Hesychast by Elder Joseph the Hesychast (1999)
  8. Russian Mystics by Sergius Bolshakoff (1976)
  9. Elder Leonid of Optina by Fr. Clement Sederholm (1990)
  10. Father Arseny, 1893-1973: Priest, Prisoner, Spiritual Father : Being the Narratives Compiled by the Servant of God Alexander Concerning His Spiritual Father by Alexander Servant of God (1998)
  11. His Life Is Mine by Archimandrite Sophrony (1977)
  12. The Jesus Prayer: A Gift from the Fathers by David Hester (2001)
  13. Counsels from the Holy Mountain: Selected from the Letters and Homilies of Elder by Elder Ephraim (1999)
  14. Saint Tikhon of Zadonsk: Inspirer of Dostoevsky by Nadejda Gorodetzky (1976)
  15. Elder Sebastian of Optina (Optina Elders Series) by Tatiana V. Torstensen (1999)

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