The fourth Sunday of Great Lent is dedicated to the memory of St. John Climacus, or St. John of the Ladder, the author of the work, The Ladder of Divine Ascent.
Reflections on the Fourth and the Fifth Sundays of Great Lent
“Let Us Turn to Repentance in the Sense in Which St John Climacus Sees It”
Do I have to Be a Monk??
Those who in time of "success" seemed so removed, whom we almost never meet in the pages of the gospels, to whom Christ had given no advance word of his resurrection, and for whom ...
Why did He weep if He knew that moments later He would call Lazarus back to life? Byzantine hymnographers fail to grasp the true meaning of these tears
Hundreds and hundreds of years have gone by, and still, as we hear this invitation to rejoice, joy fills our heart in a wave of warmth. But what is this joy about?
This is why it is so important that beyond liturgical "aestheticism" or rigid "rubricism," we recover the real meaning of the liturgical time, described in such a simple way in ...
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