A celebration of Easter in the Orthodox Church
When St. Euphrosyne was a child, St. Cyril was the patriarch of Alexandria, the city where she lived. She was the only child of a wealthy and important family. But her mother died when she was still young, and she was raised by her father, a man who was pious in spite...read more
If you liked The White Cat and the Monk, you need Magic in the Margins: A Medieval Tale of Bookmaking. Both of these books are lovely on their own. But together, they’re, well, magic! The White Cat and the Monk and Magic in the Margins go together like cold milk and...read more
Friends have been asking about my anti-inflammatory diet. I thought it might be easier to have something to link to and read. It’s making a big difference for me. About a year ago, I was seeing my primary care provider for a routine checkup. She asked, as part...read more
Through an inspired interplay of text and image, author Charlotte Riggle and illustrator R.J. Hughes have created something truly wonderful: a story about a particular Paschal celebration that transcends its specificity and embraces the world.
— His Eminence Metropolitan Savas of Pittsburgh