• About the Calendar

     

    Since 1996, the Daily Lives, Miracles, and Wisdom of the Saints & Fasting Calendar has been a fixture in many Orthodox homes in the United States and around the world.

     

    The calendar follows the Revised Julian Calendar (New Calendar).

     

    The print calendar is a 365-page, spiral-bound book (5-1/2" x 8-1/2"). It can lie flat on your table, desk, or home altar. The eBook can be purchased directly from Amazon, iTunes, or Barnes & Noble to download directly to your favorite reading device. Links are provided under the Digital Editions tab above.

     

    Each day features the life of a Saint, an insightful Orthodox teaching, a list of the day's commemorations, Scripture readings, fasting or feasting guide, and major feasts.

     

    The lives of the saints include Greek, Russian, Georgian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Serbian, American, Celtic, and others.

     

    The teachings of the holy fathers and mothers of the Church help us with our struggle to live a life of faith in the modern world.

     

     

    About Wisdom of the Divine Philosophers

     

    Wisdom of the Divine Philosophers is a collection of inspired thoughts from the ancient and contemporary Saints and Church fathers to help us on our path to salvation.
     

    These short quotations are arranged by various topics for guidance on subjects such as forgiveness, humility, marriage, repentance, and many others.

     

    Revised Edition – Volume One includes teachings on 76 subjects. Changes that have been made since the first edition in 2012 include stories of the desert fathers, many new pearls of wisdom, and an index of each saint and elder. Featured is the life of St. Nikodemos the Hagiorite, who is shown on the front cover.

    (194 pages)

     

    Volume Two was published in 2016. This volume contains teachings on 77 topics and includes subject matter not covered in Volume One, such as earthly cares, miracles, hope in the Lord, clergy, and others. Also featured is a short life story of St. Seraphim of Sarov pictured on the front cover.

    (166 pages)

     

    The newest work, Volume Three, features teachings from 129 Church fathers and mothers. New topics include depression, dreams, Christian women, the Jesus Prayer, misfortune, the second coming of Christ, stinginess, thankfulness, and others. Also included are a complete index and the life story of St. Isaac the Syrian, who is shown on the front cover.

    (174 pages)