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An Akathist (from the Greek Akthistos mnos, unseated hymn) is a devotional hymn to a saint, holy event, or one of the persons of the Holy Trinity, which is said in churches or by the faithful in private devotion. This volume contains thirty Akathists, including those to our Lord Jesus Christ, and to the Mother of God, as well as other Saints, including several Saints of the British Isles and North America.

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sharmaine vanhelsdingen
June 16, 2016
Bless.. Use this Book for Preparation Prayers Holy Communion... May the Prayers of Panagia always guide and help you... Thank-u... Mary
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Michael Salemi
June 15, 2019
beautiful akathist of some lesser known SAINTS
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About the author

Dr. John (Ellsworth) Hutchison-Hall is a contemporary Orthodox Christian Pastoral and Moral theologian, philosopher, historian and cultural commentator.  He has served as a Field Education Supervisor for seminarians, and as both a hospital and disaster response chaplain.  In addition, he has run support groups for people with mental illness, and provides pastoral counselling.  He has lectured widely and written on pastoral care in disaster, and compiled several service books.  His latest work Orthodox Saints of the British Isles is the first comprehensive compendium of the Lives of Orthodox saints of the British Isles; it will total four volumes and be followed by a four volume work of the Lives of Orthodox saints of pre-Schism Western Europe.  He has a Licentiate in Pastoral Theology and a Doctorate of Ministry in Pastoral Counselling.

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