Father Arseny Priest, Prisoner, and Spiritual Father (E-book). It is one of the great mysteries of life that in atmospheres of the harshest cruelty. The stories of Father Arseny and his work in the Soviet prison camps have captured Father Arseny Priest, Prisoner, and Spiritual Father (E- book). This book has nothing as startling as the first volume of remembrances of Father Arseny (Father Arseny, Priest, Prisoner, Spiritual Father: Being the.

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He prayed without ceasing. Gillian Ellis rated it it was amazing Feb 18, David Fatheg rated it really liked it Oct 22, They began discussing early Russian art. The prisoners, working all day in the bitter cold, were frozen stiff. This book might change how you view Christianity.

He was relieved of work duties for five days. Apr 17, Rachael rated it it was amazing. I was told this would be the most life changing book I would ever read.

Soon the only thing that could bok heard in the barrack-room was the creaking of bunks and the groans of a badly wounded inmate.

They knived one of the army officers and split open the heads of a few of the others. His listeners remained rooted to the spot, stunned and defeated, amongst them Avsenkov. So it was that on one occasion the criminal convicts seized all their bread by force.

Father Arseny: A Cloud of Witnesses

Whoever has not had this personal experience can paint an icon only by conveying the experience of those who have had it — by painting, that is, in the style of arsemy old holy iconographers. The vast humility and compassion this man expressed fagher my searches for more works about such people.

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Arseny survived the upheaval and cruelty of Soviet Russia and the unbearably inhumane prison life only to shine with the beauty of God’s grace, touching the lives of so many; healing, loving, helping, and instructing everyone he met. Despite the hardships and persecutions, the Russians continue to be a deeply devout people, and arsenu devotion is being passed on to the next generation.

Feb 09, Paul rated it really liked it Shelves: The earliest form of Russian literature was based on Byzantine sources, and indeed the writings of the Eastern Church Fathers, which were translated into our language and proved to be the foundation of all subsequent cultural activity in Russia.

Father Arseny: A Cloud of Witnesses by Father Arseny

It was the second time I read this sequel to the original Fr. There was no more stealing of bread.

It starts explaining his life in the first part. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. A beautiful, inspiring, spiritually enriching story; a powerful witness to the presence bok grace of God, even in situations of great suffering and cruelty. Read this book no matter who you are!

Conditions were such that it became necessary to think only about how to survive, to overcome the obstacles which had been created. He prayed unceasingly in the camp, and boo, results of his faithfulness were very beautiful.


It presents a vivid picture of what a true life of discipleship really looks like; a necessary counterpoint to the superficial, self-serving nonsense which so often passes today as “Christian living. Oct 07, Stephanie rated it it was amazing Shelves: A beautiful depiction of a man’s compassion, love, and forgiveness in the harshest of Russian gulags.

Amanda rated it it was amazing Bkok 08, Oftentimes felt unworthy to tather Be reading about such an amazing man. Return to Book Page. This book collects memories by people who knew him both in the camps and afterwards. Would it be the same beautiful book it is to me? The last time I read this was about 14 years ago. Father Arseny looked after him again with boundless love. On infirmity Luke 13, 14 December But if you really want to know the truth, I must tell you that, in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, it was the Russian clergy who saved our homeland by uniting the people and helping them to throw off the Tartar yoke.

You would never betray anyone. Blood, screams, oaths and groans… the eternal human drama.