• 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 and downloaded directly to your favorite reading device.


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


    The lives of the saints include Greek, Russian, Georgian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Serbian, and American saints, plus many more.


    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


    Volume Two of Wisdom of the Divine Philosophers offers a spiritual treasury of counsels from the holy saints and elders of the Orthodox Church. Categorized under 67 topics, these teachings will provide you with a wealth of wisdom as we struggle in pursuit of our own salvation.



    Topics include: church, clergy, confession, courage, despair, disciples of Christ, distraction, earthly cares, the Eucharist, free will, good deeds, gratitude, the heart, hope in the Lord, insecurity, knowledge, love of God, miracles, moderation, perfection, power of the Cross, profanity, salvation, self-restraint, sin, spiritual life, talkativeness, watchfulness, wisdom, and worry.

    The book is bound in a sturdy soft cover and includes 166 pages. The eBook can be downloaded to your eReader from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and iTunes.
    Volume One is currently out of print, but the eBook can be downloaded from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or iTunes.