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Abbot Nazarius of Valaam

Nazarius Abbot of Valaam

Abbot Nazarius of Valaam

by Nazarius Abbot of Valaam

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Published by St. Herman of Alaska Brotherhood in Platina, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nazarius, -- Abbot of Valaam, -- 1735-1809,
  • Christian saints -- Russia -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index

    Statementtranslated by Seraphim Rose
    GenreBiography
    SeriesLittle Russian philokalia -- v. 2
    The Physical Object
    Pagination143 p. :
    Number of Pages143
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17238916M
    ISBN 10093863531X
    ISBN 109780938635314
    OCLC/WorldCa36623290

    When he was twenty years old he began to wander. In , having traveled through Tula, Alexin, Serpukhov, Moscow, Novgorod and Olonets, he finally settled in Valaam Monastery, during the abbacy of Abbot Nazarius. There he was tonsured with the name Adam and lived for one year in . Valaam.” 3 Saint Herman and Abbot Nazarius is shown [2] blessing them for their voyage. The mile, day journey was the longest in Orthodox missionary history. On Septem , the group – Archimandrite Joasaph, Hieromonks Juvenal and Athanasius, Hierodeacons Nect arius and S tephen.

    St. Herman was born about a.d. and at 16 entered the Trinity-St. Sergius Hermitage near St. Petersburg. As a novice, he fell ill with a throat abscess, but was healed by the Virgin Mary, who appeared to him in a dream. He was later transferred to Valaam where he was tonsured a monk under the guidance of the abbot, St. Nazarius. In the previous year, Metropolitan Gabriel of St. Petersburg asked Abbot Nazarius of Valaam to gather a small group of monks to form a missionary team that would travel across Russia and Siberia to Alaska (at that time a Russian possession) to bring the Gospel of Christ to the native people.

    Orthodox Books, Lives of the Saints, Orthodox Christian Spirituality Our Thoughts Determine Our Lives: The Life and Teachings of Elder Thaddeus of Vitovnica . We have 3 early letters that St. Herman, monk Ioasaph, Archimandrite Ioasaph wrote to their elder, Abbot Nazarius of Valaam. I. Rejoice in the Lord, O most blessed and most honorable Fr. Nazarius, together with thy Valaam brethren in Christ.


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The second volume of the Little Russian Philokalia Series is dedicated to the "Grandfather" of an entire century of great ascetics of Valaam Monastery, Blessed Elder Nazarius (). He was the spiritual father to St. Herman of Alaska and was responsible for sending the first Orthodox mission to America in /5(3).

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Find more information about: ISBN: X Abbot Nazarius. A very austere Sarov Monastery ascetic from the age of 17, and a counselor during the publication of the first Philokalia in Russia.

Nazarius revived ancient Valaam, after almost two centuries of desolation, by installing the Sarov monastic rule there. Today, February 23/March 7 on the Church’s calendar, we celebrate the memory of the Holy Nazarius (), Abbot of Valaam.

The Life of St. Nazarius compiled and translated from 19th-c. sources by Fr. Seraphim (Rose) —who, providentially, was tonsured on the day of St.

Nazarius’s repose [1] —describes him as "a man of virtue who loved the solitary life of silence in the wilderness.". How Abbot Nazarius of Valaam Saved a Parish The following excerpt is from the Life of Abbot Abbot Nazarius of Valaam book of Valaam and Sarov, which was compiled and translated by Hieromonk Seraphim (Rose) of blessed memory from material published in the late 19th century by Valaam and Sarov Monasteries.

The second volume is devoted to Blessed Elder Nazarius of Valaam (), who influenced St. Seraphim of Sarov and was the direct progenitor of a whole century of great ascetics of Valaam Monastery in northern Russia. The Little Russian Philokalia, Volume 2: Abbot Nazarius of Valaam, Counsels.

The Little Russian Philokalia, Volume 3: St. Herman of Alaska: Treasury of Spirituality. The Little Russian Philokalia, vol 4: St. Paisius Velichkovsky: Field Flowers.

The Little Russian Philokalia, vol 5: Elder Theodore of Sanaxar: Sayings The Dogmas of the Church. 'A Theologian by Virtue of Thy Life in God'—St Nazarius of Valaam Today, 23 February on the Church’s calendar, we celebrate the memory of the Holy Nazarius (), Abbot of Valaam. The following excerpt is from the Life of Abbot Nazarius of Valaam and Sarov, which was compiled and translated by Hieromonk Seraphim (Rose) of blessed memory from material published in the late 19th century by Valaam and Sarov Monasteries.

When he was twenty years old he began to wander. Inhaving traveled through Tula, Alexin, Serpukhov, Moscow, Novgorod and Olonets, he finally settled in Valaam Monastery, during the abbacy of Abbot Nazarius.

There he was tonsured with the name Adam and lived for one year in the monastery proper. Abbot Nazarius of Valaam () was born in Russia, in the village of Anosov.

In his youth he was noted for his piety, and when he was seventeen years old he entered Sarov Hermitage. In he was tonsured a monk and in he was ordained. Late in he. Little Russian Philokalia: Abbot Nazarius of Valaam out of 5 stars Far and Away Inspirational Reading Reviewed in the United States on Ma Like the other volumes in the series this is a great spiritual resource.

Presented here is a Life of St. Herman, originally commissioned by Abbot Damascene of Valaam and incorporating the latest research on the Saint’s early years, as well as a complete Vigil Service to the Saint, composed by the St.

Herman of Alaska Brotherhood and Archbishop Alypy (Gamanovich) of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia. As late asthirty years into his stay in America, he wrote letters to Father Nazarius' successor, Abbot Innocent. Here is what was said concerning the life of Father Herman on Valaam by his contemporary (who was also tonsured by Abbot Nazarius and was the future Abbot of Valaam.

“The second volume of the Little Russian Philokalia Series is dedicated to the “Grandfather” of an entire century of great ascetics of Valaam Monastery, Blessed Elder Nazarius ().

He was the spiritual father to St. Herman of Alaska and was responsible for sending the first Orthodox mission to America in   The following excerpt is from the Life of Abbot Nazarius of Valaam and Sarov, which was compiled and translated by Hieromonk Seraphim (Rose) of blessed memory from material published in the late 19th century by Valaam and Sarov Monasteries.

The full life, along with the soul-profiting instructions of the spiritual elder who instructed both St. Herman of Alaska and St. Seraphim of Sarov. In a letter to Abbot Nazarius of Valaam (Decem ), St.

Herman says that St. Juvenal “had been an assistant at our monastery and was a former officer.” After his wife died inJohn entered a monastery at St. Petersburg (St.

Herman’s Letter of Decem. In a letter to Abbot Nazarius of Valaam (Decem ), Saint Herman says that Saint Juvenaly “had been an assistant at our monastery and was a former officer.” After his wife died inJohn entered a monastery at Saint Petersburg (Saint Herman’s Letter of Decem ) and was tonsured with the name Juvenal.

Martyr Thea.) Repose of Abbot Nazarius of Valaam (). Thought for the Day. For as long as I can remember I’ve been a visually oriented person.

I’ve always liked being surrounded by family photos, paintings and photographs on the walls, bookshelves lined with books, and the density, variety and color of an English Cottage Garden.Despite the fact that Valaam was a very strict monastery, the soul of Father Herman sought solitude, and, after experience in various obediences, Father Nazarius released him to live in a hermitage.

The book Valaam Monastery and Its Ascetics, published indescribes the hermits.In a letter to Abbot Nazarius of Valaam (Decem ), Saint Herman says that Saint Juvenal “had been an assistant at our monastery and was a former officer.” After his wife died inJohn entered a monastery at Saint Petersburg (Saint Herman’s Letter of Decem ) and was tonsured with the name Juvenal.