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Uncommon Prayer An argument for why parish gatherings and communal activities are examples of lived prayers.
Uncommon Prayer A rich and substantive work on the lived experience of prayer.
Saints As They Really Are Michael Plekton on the damage done in the name of the Christian church.
Saints As They Really Are Third in a series of books about holiness and people of faith who put their spirituality to work in the world.
Hidden Holiness Michael Plekton on reviving monasticism by liquidating the institution and living in the world always always being simple, light, and joyous.
Hidden Holiness Calls for a reframing of saints from seeing them as celebrities to knowing them as ordinary people being holy in a variety of new and interesting ways.
Living Icons Examines the lives and writings of visionaries in this tradition who have been pioneers of the spiritual practices of hospitality and openness.
Seraphim called each person "My joy" Seraphim called each person "My joy"