New Translation

Greetings, once again, with the feast of St. Ephrem (28 Jan)! In honor of the annual commemoration of our holy Father among the saints, we have added an all-new translation: On the Second Coming of Our Lord Jesus Christ, a popular text translated into Latin by Ambrosius Traversari (Florence, 1481). С праздником!

Greetings with the Feast of St. Maximos the Confessor

Since today (13 August on the Church calendar) is the commemoration of St. Maximos the Confessor, we leave you with this icon that includes St. Maximos (far left) together with St. Ephrem (far right) (between them are St. Niphon and St. John of Damaskos). Click here to see the source, and some information about theContinue reading “Greetings with the Feast of St. Maximos the Confessor”

Updated List of Translations, with new links to the translations of the late Fr. Ephrem (Lash)

The List of Translations (from both Greek and Syriac) has been updated (click here to open it). This update includes new links to the translations of the late Fr. Ephrem (Lash), whose page is again available via webarchive (click here to access it).     Image: Manuscript of the writings of St. Ephrem the SyrianContinue reading “Updated List of Translations, with new links to the translations of the late Fr. Ephrem (Lash)”

Greetings once again with the Feast of St. Ephrem!

In lieu of a new translation, we share some lovely images of a manuscript in the Vatican Library containing the Ephremic homily On the Passion of the Savior. This manuscript, which dates to the 10th or 11th century, is a festal homilary, containing sermons by St. Athanasios, St. Gregory of Nyssa, St. Gregory the Theologian,Continue reading “Greetings once again with the Feast of St. Ephrem!”