Lord and Master of My Life: Reflections on the Prayer of St. Ephraim the Syrian
Fr. Maximos (Constas)
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This series is dedicated to one of the signature prayers of the sacred season of Great and Holy Lent, and is designed to unveil the comprehensive meaning and significance of this magnificent prayer for the spiritual life of the Christian. With extended teaching on the significance of prostrations, repentance and transformation, the nature of our fundamental vices or passions, and the acquisition of virtue, Father Maximos - with his usual economy of words and vast pedagogical repertoire - makes the listener feel as though he had never heard the prayer in his life.

Complete Series, all three lecture: $10.00
Contents

Lecture 1: Lord and Master of My Life

Lecture 2: Lord and Master of My Life

Lecture 3: Blessed are the Pure in Heart Reflections on the Spiritual Nature of Suffering

About the Author

FATHER MAXIMOS CONSTAS is the Interim Dean of Hellenic College and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology.  Fr. Maximos is an internationally recognized scholar with expertise in the theology of the Church Fathers, and has been serving as Senior Research Scholar at Holy Cross since 2011. He has published extensively and lectured widely.

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