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Concerning Frequent Communion of the Immaculate Mysteries of Christ

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These words of our Lord Jesus Christ have been, since the moment they were spoken, a "scandal" and stumbling block, and a point of departure for all who could not see in them "words of eternal life" (Jn. 6:58). The misconceptions and mis-interpretations continue to exist today, as does the need for a patristic and pastoral response. Just such a reply exists in Saint ...more
Paperback, 241 pages
Published 2006 by Uncut Mountain Press
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Father Nicodemus of the Holy Mountain (or Nikodemos the Hagiorite) was a great theologian and teacher of the Orthodox Church, reviver of hesychasm, canonist, hagiologist, and writer of liturgical poetry.
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