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Preaching in the Russian Church: Lectures and Sermons by a Priest of the Holy Orthodox Church
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Preaching in the Russian Church: Lectures and Sermons by a Priest of the Holy Orthodox Church


Cubery and Company 1899

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Fr. Sebastian Dabovich dedicates this collection of sermons and lectures to his fellow laborers "in the tilling of the soil and the sowing of the seed." The topics covered in these sermons include the immortality of the soul, reflections on fasting, thoughts for Good Friday, and a sermon on the Great Feast of Ascension.

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Key Features

  • Covers topics such as immortality, fasting, Good Friday, and more
  • Presents a landmark English work on the history of Russian Christianity
  • Includes lectures on the history, doctrine, and ceremonies of the Orthodox Church

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About Sebastian Dabovich

Sebastian Dabovich was a Serbian priest for the Russian Orthodox missionary movement in America at the end of the nineteenth century. He was responsible for the foundation of several Orthodox churches in the United States, and authored multiple volumes on the Orthodox faith. He served the churches of America in several locations, including Sitka, Alaska, San Francisco, California, Chicago, Illinois, and Tenafly, New Jersey. He finished his life serving the Church of Yugoslavia, reposing there on November 30, 1940. He was buried at the monastery of Zicha, and is under consideration for glorification as a Saint in the Orthodox Church.