More Great books by Robert Krantz for Holy Week
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Guide to Holy Week
By Robert Krantz. From the author of the popular “Guide to Divine Liturgy”, this new 7 volume series will help carry you through Holy Week, beginning with Palm Sunday and culminating with Holy Saturday. In addition to the text of each service, each book includes inspirational explanations and scripture passages. Easy to read Greek and English text. Purchase individually or as a set!
Entire series (vols. 1–7) FL910 $110.00 / $16.95 ea.
Vol. 1 Palm Sunday Evening Service FL911
Vol. 2 Holy Monday Services FL912
Vol. 3 Holy Tuesday Services FL913
Vol. 4 Holy Wednesday Services FL914
Vol. 5 Holy Thursday Services FL915
Vol. 6 Holy Friday Services FL916
Vol. 7 Holy Saturday Services FL917
Vol. 5 Holy Thursday Services
This book is 334 pages long and it contains the evening service of Holy Thursday and guides us through the last earthly hours of Christ. The book presents the service in Greek and English (on the right hand side) and has commentary and insight for each step of this service (on the left hand side). It gives tremendous insight to this significant and Holy Day.
Vol. 6 Holy Friday Services
This book is 279 pages long and contains all of the services that take place on Holy Friday: The Service of the Hours, The Removal from the Cross, and the evening (Matins) service. Learn about the day that is said to be one of “joyful sadness” and read about Christ’s proceeding to Hades as He begins to free all of humanity.
Vol. 7 Holy Saturday Services
This book is 318 pages long and contains all of the services on Holy Saturday (morning and evening) and the Sunday Agape Vespers service!
The Saturday evening service has the entire service in Greek and English (on the right hand page) and commentary and insight explaining the entire service (on the left hand page).
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