Philokalia Audio Project - $40,000.00
10/01/20 - 12/31/21


Thank you to all of the generous donors who have helped us achieve the Philokalia audio project fundraiser. 

Four volumes of the Philokalia have been professionally recorded and ready to offer to our listeners for FREE. 

Release Dates:

Volume 1 - October 1, 2021

Volume 2 - November 1, 2021

Volume 3 - December 1, 2021

Volume 4 - January 1, 2021

Please consider continuing to donate towards PNP so that we may continue to produce and publish Orthodox content to all the faithful at a low or no cost.

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A Conversation on the Philokalia with Special Guest, Metropolitan Kallistos (Ware)

In this 35 minute face-to-face video interview Fr. Josiah discusses the sacred Orthodox spiritual texts known as The Philokalia with one of the three translators of the Philokalia into English and the only one still living: His Eminence, Metropolitan Kallistos (Ware). Metropolitan Kallistos is a leading authority on the Philokalia, and will introduce the listener to its riches as well as revealing behind the scenes information about the English translation itself.

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Monk Maximos (Constas) on Saint Maximos the Confessor and the Philokalia

Monk Maximos (Constas), Athonite, patrologist, and former Harvard Professor, is interviewed about the life and teachings of his patron saint: St. Maximos the Confessor. St. Maximos Confessor lived and taught in the 7th century, and his contribution to the promotion of Holy Orthodoxy is virtually unmatched. Fr. Maximos, the premier Maximos scholar in the contemporary Orthodox world, has recently completed the first-ever complete English translation of St. Maximos' Ambigua. The Ambigua, an effort by St. Maximos to interpret some 70 difficult passages in the writing of St. Gregory the Theologian, is perhaps the most difficult patristic text to translate and interpret. The Ambigua is published by Harvard University Press, and is available for less than $30 a volume.

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