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Our Father Among the Saints Raphael Bishop of Brooklyn: Good Shepherd of the Lost Sheep in America (Saint Raphael Hawaweeny)

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The life of St. Raphael (1860-1915) and the complete texts needed for the celebration of the services commemorating him in the Orthodox Church. The 68-page life is written by Fr. Andre Issa and edited by Fr. John Mack. It followes St. Raphael from his native Syria to Constantinople, Russia, and the United States. He was consecrated by the Russian missionary bishop St. Tikh ...more
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Published June 28th 2000 by Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America (first published 2000)
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