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Modern Orthodox Saints : Vol. 1-St. Cosmas Aitolos by Constantine Cavarnos1
St. Macarios of Corinth by Constantine Cavarnos2
Modern Orthodox Saints Vol. 3: St. Nicodemos the Hagiorite Great Theologian and Teacher of the Ortho by Constantine Cavarnos3
Modern Orthodox Saints: St. Nikephoros of Chios by Constantine Cavarnos4
St. Seraphim of Sarov by Constantine Cavarnos5
St. Arsenios of Paros by Constantine Cavarnos6
St. Nectarios of Aegina (Modern orthodox saints) by Constantine Cavarnos7
St. Savvas the New by Constantine Cavarnos8
St. Methodia of Kimolos by Constantine Cavarnos9
Saints Raphael, Nicholas, and Irene of Lesvos (Modern Orthodox saints) by Constantine Cavarnos10
Blessed Elder Philotheos Zervakos (1884-1980) (Modern Orthodox saints) by Constantine Cavarnos11
Blessed Hermit Philaretos of the Holy Mountain by Constantine Cavarnos12
Blessed elder Gabriel Dionysiatis (1886-1983): Remarkable confessor and spiritual guide, profound analyst of twentieth c by Constantine Cavarnos13
Blessed Elder Iakovos of Epiros, Elder Joseph the Hesychast and Mother Stavritsa the Missionary: Their life, character, by Constantine Cavarnos14
Saint Athanasios Parios by Constantine Cavarnos15

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  1. Saint Arsenios The Cappadocian by Elder Paisios of Mount Athos (2001)
  2. Elder Ambrose of Optina by Sergius Chetverikov (1997)
  3. St Seraphim of Sarov: A Spiritual Biography by Archimandrite L. Moore (1994)
  4. Lives of the Georgian Saints by Zakaria Machitadze (2006)
  5. Grand Duchess Elizabeth of Russia: New Martyr of the Communist Yoke by Lubov Millar (1990)
  6. 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)
  7. Elder Barsanuphius of Optina by Victor Afanasiev (2000)
  8. Orthodox Saints: Spiritual Profiles for Modern Man Vol. 2 Apr.-Jun by George Poulos (1978)
  9. Precious Vessels of the Holy Spirit by H. Middleton (2003)
  10. Saint Tikhon of Zadonsk: Inspirer of Dostoevsky by Nadejda Gorodetzky (1976)
  11. Our Thoughts Determine Our Lives: The Life and Teachings of Elder Thaddeus of Vitovnica by Ana Smiljanic (2009)
  12. Orthodox Saints: Spiritual Profiles for Modern Man Vol. 3 Jul-Sept by George Poulos (1976)
  13. St. Seraphim of Sarov by Valentine Zander (1968)
  14. The Prologue of Ohrid: Lives of Saints, Hymns, Reflections and Homilies for Every Day of the Year, Vol. 1 by St. Nikolai Velimirovic (2008)
  15. Elder Leonid of Optina by Fr. Clement Sederholm (1990)

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