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The Virgin Mary

by Dennis Michelis

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

Why do Orthodox Christians throughout the worldvenerate the Blessed Virgin Mary so highly? This book provides the answer. Based on Holy Scripture and the Church Fathers this narrative covers every aspect of the life of this unique maiden whose genuine piety and holiness deemed her worthy to conceive, bear, and be the mother of Christ-God in the flesh.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Father Dennis Michelis is a graduate of Holy Cross School of Theology and currently serves the parish of Saint Demetrios in Warren, Ohio. He has also authored The Champions of the Church, Vol. 1 (Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1987), Ten Greek Popes (Light and Life Publishing Co., 1987), The Champions of the Church, Vol. 2 (Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1989) and Where the Sun Shines Golden, in Greek (Warren, Ohio, 1993).
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