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Theology and Spirituality

The Maronite Pontifical by Bishop Stephen Hector Doueihi

The Maronite Pontifical, published on December 8, 2008, contains all rites delegated to the bishop in the liturgical celebrations. It describes the actions which the pontiff, as a celebrant, performs and the prayers he says during these celebrations. It includes mainly, on one hand, the rites of ordination to the priesthood, and on the other, the solemn consecrations reserved to the bishop in the Christian worship. Price is $20, (plus $5 shipping), Item No. Pontifical.

Blessed Nimatullah Kassab Al-Hardini

This new publication is a biography of the recently beatified Blessed Nimatullah Kassab Al-Hardini. It is written by Maronite Bishop Youssef Mahfouz and was translated into English by Kozhaya Shekrallah Akiki.

The soft-bound volume is brand new (1998), consists of 126 pages and eleven color photographs. SUPPLY IS LIMITED
Price:$10.00 Item NO.: T025

Mary, Cedar of Our Catholic Faith
by Archbishop Francis M. Zayek

This booklet on the Mother of God describes Maronite devotion to Mary and her central role in spirituality and the Maronite liturgy. Paper cover; 60 pp.
Price: $1.25 Item No.: T001

Mary in the Maronite Church

Written by Archbishop Boutros Gemayel and translated by Fr. Georges Y. El-Khalli. Price is $15, (Plus $3.5 shipping) Item No. is Mary

The Call of the Desert
by Archbishop Francis M. Zayek

The Maronite Church is a Church founded by a hermit-monk of the fifth century, Saint Maron. The spirituality of the eremitic life pervades the Maronite liturgy and spirituality. In this brief work, Archbishop Zayek explains how such a life of silence and solitude speaks to modern man. Paper cover; 24 pp.
Price: $2.00 Item No.: T003

Rafka: The Blind Mystic of Lebanon,
by Archbishop Francis M. Zayek

Depicts the life of the 19th century Maronite Nun Blessed Rafka Al-Rayes, an example of asceticism and the meaning of Christian suffering. Archbishop Zayek explains how the spirituality of the Maronite Church influenced and is manifested in the life of Blessed Rafka. Paper cover; 83 pages
Price: $4.95 Item No.: T004 (Out of Print)

The Maronite Conscience of the Church
by Rev. Michael Awit

A pastoral description of the Maronite community as Christian witnesses in the past and in the modern world. Paper cover; 97 pages
Price: $5.00 Item No.:T005 (Out of Print)

Word, Mysteries and Kingdom
by Msgr. Ronald Beshara

This brief work explains Maronite ecclesiastical architecture and its architecture and its significance in the liturgy and spirituality. Paper cover; 35 pages
Price: $2.50 Item No.:T009 (out of stock)

Introduction to Eastern Christian Spirituality
by Chorbishop Seely Beggiani

This work introduces some of the major writers and ascetics of th Syriac world, which, although rick in thought and tradition, has not been studied extensively in English and is little known by the general public. Ecclesiastically, it includes the Church of the East and the churches of the early Antiochene tradition. Geographically, it stretches from the northeastern Mediterranean coast to the Persian Gulf. This work proceeds in chronological stages, spanning early attempts at synthesis in the fourth century to the Syriac mystics of the eigth century. Cloth cover; 124 pages.
Price: $32.50 Item No:T016 (Out of Stock)

The Divine Liturgy of the Maronite Church: History and Commentary
by Chorbishop Seely Beggiani

Describes the origins of the Syro-Maronite liturgical traditions, church architecture, the celebration of the Divine Liturgy and a brief meditation on liturgical spirituality.

Price: $15.00 Item No.: T017 (Soft cover. Maronite Rite Series, Volume VII)

Mary, Ship of Treasures
by Msgr. Ronald N. Beshara

The book presents the figure of Mary as found in Maronite liturgy, theology and spirituality.
Price: $3.50 Item No.: T012

Mary, Mother of Light
by Archbishop Francis M. Zayek

This little pamphlet presents the figure of Mary as found in the Maronite liturgical texts. Card cover; 12 pages
Price:$1.50 Item No.: T013

Three Lights from the East
by Father Mansour Awad, tr. by Father George I. Saad

This book is a biographical account of the lives of Saint Sharbel Makhloug, Father Nematallah Hardini and Blessed Rebecca "Rafka" El-Ryiess, and was translated in 1986 by Father George I. Saad from the 1952 Arabic text by Father Mansour Awad. Contains many interesting details about the life and miracles of Saint Sharbel. Paper cover, 175 pages.
Price: $7.00 Item No.: T021 (Out of Print)

The Maronite Catholic Church
By Msgr. Ronald Beshara

This newly published 100-page book is the combined efforts and shared insights of many Maronite and other resource persons. It has been written for the purpose of informing and enriching Maronites and other Catholics about the rich Maronite traditions.
Price : $3.50. Item No.: Maronite Church (100 pages)

The Shepherd's Voice, Patriarch Sfeir in North America

This book recounts in picture and text the historical visit of His Beatitude Patriarch Nasrallah Peter Cardinal Sfeir to the United States in February of 2001. Price : $45.00. Item No.: Voice (300 page hard-cover book)

Religious Education (Faith of the Mountain)

GRADE One: God is Love

This grade focuses on God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. It explores the Church’s Family; Our Brother Jesus; and Our Father, God. Woven throughout the year are stories of Maronite saints and holy ones.
Item No.: Grade One. Price $7.00
Teacher's Manual: Item No.: Grade One (Teacher) Price: $8.00

GRADE Two: Jesus

In this grade, the text introduces children to the seven Holy Mysteries and how they can find Jesus in each one as they explore topics such as: How We Meet Jesus; We Welcome the Lord; Sin and Forgiveness.

Item No.: Grade Two. Price: $7.00
Teacher's Manual: Item No.: Grade two (Teacher). Price: $8.00

GRADE Three: The Church Family

The Church is the focus of Grade 3. Students will see that faith grows when we are rooted in Jesus. They will also learn what it means to say we are members of the Church and learn about Church Organization
Item No.: Grade Three Price: $7.00
Teacher's Manual: Item No.: Grade Three (Teacher) Price: $8.00

GRADE Four: Following Jesus

Throughout the fourth grade, students study about Christian morality. Specifically, they will study about right and wrong and the gift of conscience. The text also includes stories of Maronite saints and holy ones who can serve as role models of Christian morality.

Item No.: Grade Four. Price: $7.00
Teacher's Manual
: Item No.: Grade Four (Teacher). Price: $8.00

GRADE Five: The Church’s Liturgy

This year focuses on the Church’s liturgy, (brief synopsis of the liturgy, its different parts and aspects); the Way we Communicate; the Liturgy as Communicator; and Christian Initiation.

Item No
.: Grade Five. Price: $7.00
Teacher's Manual: Item No.: Grade Five (Teacher). Price: $8.00

GRADE Six: The Bible

Holy Scripture is the focus of the sixth grade. The text begins by giving the students an overview of the Bible as the inspired Word of God. The students will explore topics such as: Our Ancestors in Faith and Living as God’s People.
Item No.: Grade Six. Price: $7.00
Teacher's Manual: Item No.: Grade Six (Teacher) price $8.00

GRADE Seven: Our Maronite Faith

This year focuses on what we believe as Maronites. The students will discover why faith is important to human happiness and explore what Maronites believe about Trinity. It focuses on faith in joyful times, when times are good. The students will explore the meaning of Baptism and Chrismation and see how these Mysteries strengthen us to live as Maronites. Faith in times of struggle. The text helps students explore the importance of discipline and perseverance in a life of virtue. Faith in glorious times. Students will explore the Resurrection of Jesus as the central truth of our faith. They will learn what Maronites believe happens after death.

Next, the students will see that they are called to have life-long faith. Students will discover how some people are called to live out their baptismal commitment through religious vows. They will then examine the role of the laity in today’s Church. Finally, the students will explore their call to daily faith. In the last chapter, students will examine the need for constant prayer in Maronite life.

Item No.:Grade Seven. Price: $7.00
Teacher's Manual
: Item No.: Grade Seven (Teacher). Price: $8.00

GRADE Eight: Our Maronite Church History

Eighth graders will study the history of the Maronite Church. They will also examine the history and development of the Maronite Church in the U.S.
Item No.: Grade EIght Price: $7.00
Teacher's Manual: Item No.: Grade EIght (Teacher) Price $8.00

HIGH SCHOOL SERIES
Book One: Culture, Liturgy, History

Adolescents are in the process of developing into adults. Although it is easy to "go along with the crowd," in terms of values and identity, it is not always advisable. In this section, the students are invited to actively consider the forces shaping their personalities: the cultural values of the United States, the values of their ethnic culture and sub-cultures around them, and the stories and symbols shaping their lives.

Students’ main connection to their faith is Liturgy. The role of catechesis is to help the students understand and relate to the liturgical rites. In the Liturgy Section the Divine Liturgy and the Mysteries are explained. The students’ experience of the liturgy should be heightened from considering it through the images and stories used in these lessons.

The History Section presents an overview of Maronite history from the year 40 C.E. to the present. The lessons describe the factors involved in the shaping of Lebanon – the permanent home of the Maronites, Lebanon’s role in the world, and the experience of Maronites in the United States.

Item No.: C032. Price: $6.95 (student text).
Item No.: C033. Price: $14.95 (Teacher's manual) (Out of Print)

Book Two: Religion, Theology, Non-Christian Religions

In order to prepare for the Theology section, the section on Religion asks the students to consider the broader issues of a definition of religion, the value of religious symbols, the distinction between the secular and the sacred, and the role of religion in America. In an attempt to diminish any interest in religious cults, the final lesson describes cults in general, and using three of these, contrasts their beliefs with Catholicism.

The Theology Section presents the 10 major themes of Maronite Christian Theology, beginning with "Incarnation," as that belief influences all others. Narratives from the New Testament are included in almost every lesson, connecting theology with scripture. In reading the parts of the narrative, students can imagine the feelings of those who were alive at the time of Christ, and can gain an interest in reading scripture. Theology is connected with liturgy through the photograph captions-phrases from the Hoosoyee of the Maronite Liturgy–and the suggested opening prayer which is from the same Hoosoyee.

The students are exposed to many different religions in the United States. Having studied their own theology, the section on Non-Christian religions offers the students a chance to learn about three major world religions, in a Christian context. In the concluding lesson, the beliefs and practices of these religions are contrasted with those of Christianity.
Item No.: C034. Price: $7.95 (Student Text)
Item No.: C035. Price: $14.95 (Teacher's Manual) (Out of Print)

Book Three: Marriage, Spirituality, Art & Literature

With the Catholic Church’s firm belief in the sanctity of marriage, it is imperative to present this topic as part of our catechetical program. The lessons begin by introducing the idea of a healthy self-love that is rooted in a relationship with God, followed by a lesson on romantic love, and lessons on marriage and children. The final lesson is "Single Life," for those considering a religious vocation or a single lifestyle.

The Spirituality Section begins with lessons on the Trinity, and continues with lessons on faith, hope and love, interspersed with lessons on contemplative, reflective, and daily prayer. The final lesson, "Life in the Spirit," addresses the need to cultivate a sacred worldview in order to remain firmly planted in the Christian life. An opening reading is offered for each lesson from John’s gospel, Jesus speaking at the Last Supper. These words are the most beautiful in scripture and are presented here in an effort to draw the students into a spiritual relationship with Christ.

One aim of the entire series is to show the students that our faith is much more than simply going to church. In this section the students see that Christianity has been a major influence in art and literature throughout the ages. They are introduced to some of the masterworks of Christian art and music, and to the enduring themes of art and literature that reveal so much about human nature. The final lesson presents Maronite art and architecture.
Item No.: C036. Price: $10.00 (Student Text)
Item No.: C037 Price: $14.95 (Teacher's Manual) (Out of Print)

Book Four: Science & Technology, Morality, Church

Many people see science and faith as irreconcilable. These lessons begin by presenting the question "Can a scientist believe in God?" and continue by presenting topics from physics, biology and psychology (courses the students will take either in high school or college), with the Catholic viewpoint explained. The final lesson, Faith and Technology, asks students to critique the increasing importance of technology in our society.

The Morality Section presents five lessons on moral principles, such as integrity, and five lessons n specific areas of ethics, such as business ethics. Quotations from the Catechism of the Catholic Church appear in the margin to elucidate points made in the text. Each lesson has an opening reading from the Epistles, to make the students aware that moral questions have been at the forefront of Christianity since the earliest decades. There are ample activity sheets to assist in their understanding themselves and Christian morality. Included in the activity sheets are interviews with Maronites presenting the importance of faith in their lives.

In the Church section, the students learn about the spread of Christianity in the early centuries and the Orthodox and Protestant churches. The section ends with the lessons, "The Maronite Church," which offers salient aspects and a brief history of the Church, and "On Being a Maronite Christian," which invites the students to think about their role in the Church.
Item No.: C038. Price: $10.00 (Student Text)
Item No.: C039. Price: $14.95 (Teacher's Manual)

Coloring Books

Coloring Jesus and His Friends is an overview of St. Maron’s life and history of the Maronite Church and art.
Item No.: C029. Price: $2.50

Coloring the Holy Mysteries features all the major parts of the Maronite Liturgy celebrated every Sunday.
Item No.: C030. Price: $2.50

Coloring the 7 Mysteries depicts each of the sacraments, and the contemporary use of ritual in the Maronite Church.
Item No.: C031. Price: $2.50

Liturgy

Anaphora of Sharar (St. Peter) for the Celebrant (In Arabic)
The Anaphora of St. Peter or the Anaphora of Sharar Published by the Maronite Liturgical Commission in 2008. Item No, Sharar (Celebrant), Price is $12

Anaphora of Sharar (St. Peter) for the Congregation (In Arabic)
The Anaphora of St. Peter or the Anaphora of Sharar Published by the Maronite Liturgical Commission in 2008. Item No, Sharar (Congregation), Price is $5.

Maronite Icons
The Maronite Icons according to the Maronite Liturgical Year and the Feasts of the Saints: This collection, prepared by the Icons Workshop at the Maronite Eparchy of Cyprus, consists of 60 icons (41 for Sundays and Holy Days and 19 for Maronite Saints). This collection of icons (14" x 20") along with a booklet explaining each icon is available from Saint Maron Publications:

Item No.: Maronite Icons, Price: $100 plus $10 shipping

Kitab Al Quddas (Qurbono) in Arabic and Syriac (Celebrant)

The complete, altar size (8 1/2" by 12") edition of the Divine Liturgy, with all the texts for the liturgical year (Scripture Readings and Gospels excluded); beautifully printed and bound in Lebanon on high quality paper. It includes the Anaphorae of the Twelve Apostles, Saint Peter, Saint James - Brother of the Lord, Saint John the Apostle, Saint Mark the Evangelist and Saint Sixtus - Pope of Rome; together with rubrics and indes. Hardbound; 44 pages preliminary matter and 829 pages text. (2005 edition)

Price: $50.00 Item No.:L001

Kitab Al Quddas (Qurbono) in Arabic (Congregation)

A smaller version of the Kitab al Quddas (Qurbono), for personal use at the Divine Liturgy in Arabic. Contains everything in the altar edition.
Price: $10.00 Item No.: L002 (Out of stock)

Qurbono Volume I (Celebrant)
Season of the Glorious Birth of the Lord

Contains the Services of the Word for the Renewal of the Church, Consecration of the Church, the six Sundays of Announcement, the Glorious Birth of the Lord, Finding of the Lord in the Temple, World Day of Peace. Has the Anaphorae of the Twelve Apostles; Saint James, Brother of the Lord; and Saint Mark the Evangelist. Spiral bound; 280 pages.
Price: $19.95 Item No.: L003

Qurbono Volume I (Congregation)
Season of the Glorious Birth of the Lord

Same liturgical text as the Celebrant edition; certain rubrics have been omitted. Spiral bound; 190 pages.
Price: $6.5.00 Item No.: Qurbono (red)

Qurbono Volume II (Celebrant)
Season of Epiphany

Contains the services of the Word of the Epiphany and the Sundays after the Epiphany; Sunday of the Priests; Sunday of the Righteous and Just; Sunday of the Faithful Departed. Includes the Anaphorae of Saint Peter and Saint Sixtus. Spiral bound; 161 pages.
Price: $12.95 Item No.: L005

Qurbono Volume II (Congregation)
Season of Epiphany

Same liturgical text as the Celebrant edition; certain rubrics have been omitted. Spiral bound; 96 pages.
Price: $5.00 Item No.: Qurbono (Epiphany)

Qurbono Volume III (Celebrant)
Season of Great Lent and Passion Week

Contains the services of the Word for the Sundays of Lent, three Weekday Cycles, and Passion Week. Includes the Anaphorae of Saint John; Saint Sixtus; and the Twelve Apostles. Spiral bound; 368 pages.
Price: $25.95 Item No.: L007 (Out of Stock)

Qurbono Volume III (Congregation)
Season of Great Lent and Passion Week

Same text as the Celebrant edition; some rubrics are omitted. Spiral bound; 317 pages.
Price: $7.5 Item No.: Qurbono (Lent)

Qurbono Volume IV (Celebrant)
Season of the Glorious Resurrection

Contains the Services of the Word for the Sunday of the Resurrection; Bright Week; Service of Weekdays of the Resurrection; the First Sunday of Resurrection; Ascension Thursday; and Pentecost. Includes the Anaphorae of Saint John the Apostle; Saint Sixtus - Pope of Rome; and the Twelve Apostles. Spiral bound; 208 pages.
Price: $13.95 Item No.: L009 (Out of Stock)

Qurbono Volume IV (Congregation)
Season of the Glorious Resurrection

Contains the same liturgical text as the Celebrant edition; some rubrics are omitted. Spiral bound; 169 pages.
Price: $5.0 Item No.: Qurbono (Resurrection).

Qurbono Volume V (Celebrant)
Seasons of the Glorious Pentecost and Glorious Cross

Contains the Services of the Word of Most Holy Trinity Sunday; the Common of the Week; the Feasts of Saints Peter and Paul, the Transfiguration and the Assumption; Season of the Glorious Cross. Includes the Anaphorae of Saint John the Apostel; Saint Sixtus, Pope of Rome; Twelve Apostles; and Saint Peter. Spiral bound; 376 pages.
Price: $25.95 Item No.: Qurbono Green Celebrant ( Out of Stock)

Qurbono Volume V (Congregation)
Seasons of the Glorious Pentecost and Glorious Cross

Same text as the Celebrant edition; some rubrics are omitted. Spiral bound; 310 pages.
Price: $7.50 Item No.: Qurbono (Green) (Out of Stock)

Qurbono Rubrics in Arabic

Detailed rubrics for the proper celebration of the revised Divine Liturgy; many illustrations and diagrams. Cardstock cover; 22 pages
Price: $2.00 Item No.: L014

Gospel Book in Arabic

A handsome edition of the newly revised Book of Gospels; contains all the Gospel readings for the Maronite Liturgical Year, as well as for the Feasts of the Saints. Hardbound; ribbons; 479 pages
Price: $40.00 Item No.: L015

Epistle Book in Arabic

Matching edition of the new Epistle Book; contains all the Epistle readings for the Maronite Liturgical Year, as well as for the Feasts of the Saints. Hardbound; ribbons; 508 pages.
Price: $40.00 Item No.: L016

Lectionary of the Syriac Maronite Church in English
(Two Volumes - Reprint)

This set contains the Services of the Word and Readings of the Liturgical Calendar for Use in the United States. Cloth cover, Volume I: 431 pages, Volume II: 491 pages.
Price: $40.00 Item No.: L017 (Out of Print)

Mystery of Crowning (Marriage)

Contains the Rite of Betrothal as well as the Rite of Crowning for the celebration of marriage according to the Maronite tradition. Includes the Anaphora of Saint Eustatius - Patriarch of Antioch for use when the marriage is celebrated along with the Divine Mysteries. Paper cover; 47 pages.
Price: $1.25 Item No.: L018

Qurbono (Trilingual text)

Contains the Common for Sunday and the Anaphora of the Twelve Apostles in Arabic, Syriac and English texts. Useful for liturgies celebrated in both English and Arabic. Spiral bound; 96 pages
Price: $3.50 Item No.: L010 (Out of Print)

A Book of Blessings and Prayers

This book contains an introduction and pastoral notes regarding blessings according to the Maronite Rite. The work is divided into six parts: The blessing of persons; objects; oil, water, and air; places; articles for liturgical use; prayers for various occasions and needs. Hard cover; 185 pages
Price: $20.00 Item No.: L021

Mysteries of Initiation

Contains instructions and guidelines for the Mysteries of Initiation, admission of a candidate to the Church; prepartory rites; Mysteries of Initiation, Anaphorae of St. James - Teacher of Seroug; Short Form of the Baptismal Rite; and the texts for celebration by a prelate. Soft cover; 90 pages.
Price: $3.25 Item No.: L022

Book of Ginnazat

This work contains an introduction to the funeral rites of the Maronite Church, notes and guidelines for funeral rites, and the three stations of the funeral liturgy: the home, the Church and the cemetery. The appendices include service music, prayers for the death of a child, prayers for the dying and the dead, and Maronite funeral texts. Spiral bound; 180 pages.
Price: $20.00 Item No.: L023 (Out of Print)

Prayer of the Faithful (Calendar)

The Calendar of the Maronite Church in the United States for the current Church Year, with references to the readings from The Prayer of the Faithful; used like the Roman Ordo for guidance in praying the office.
Price: $2.00 Item No.: L025 (Out of Stock)

Prayer of the Faithful, Volume I

Introduction; Calendar of the Diocese of Saint Maron; Ordinary of Ramsho and Safro; Common of the Week - Sundays of the Church; Season of Announcement and Birth of the Lord; and Season of Epiphany; Proper of the Season; Common of Memorials; Synaxarion (for the period of November through January). Red cloth cover with gold stamping, ribbons; 1200 pages. Price: $40.00 Item No.: Prayer one

Prayer of the Faithful, Volume II

Introduction; Calendar of the Diocese of Saint Maron; Ordinary of Ramsho and Safro; Common of the Week - Great Lent; Common of the Week-Resurrection; Hymns; Proper of the Season; Season of Great Lent, Passion Week, Season of Resurrection; Common of Memorials; Synaxarion (for the period of February through May). Blue cloth cover with gold stamping, ribbons; 1147 pages.
Price: $40.00 Item No.: Prayer Two

Prayer of the Faithful, Volume III

Introduction; Calendar of the Diocese of Saint Maron; Ordinary of Ramsho and Safro; Common of the Week; Hymns; Proper of Seasons: Season of Resurrection (Pentecost), Season after Pentecost, Season of the Holy Cross; Common Memorials; Proper of Memorials (June 29 through September 14); Synaxarion (for the period of May through October). Green cloth cover with gold stamping, ribbons; 914 pages.
Price: $30.00 Item No.: Prayer Three

Liturgical Music

Maronite Book of Hymns (In Arabic & Syriac)

The Maronite Book of Hymns according to the Antiochian Syriac Church, published in 2008 by the Patriarchal Liturgical Commission, contains Maronite Syriac tones for the Maronite Qurbono; psalms as well as various Maronite and Marian hymns. This 569 page hard cover book is available from Saint Maron Publications.

Item No. Hymnal Book 2008, Price: $25 plus $5 shipping

Maronite Syriac Hymns (Double CD) (In Arabic & Syriac)

Maronite Syriac Hymns of the Maronite Qurbono, prepared by the Patriarchal Liturgical Commission in 2008 with Fathers Nassim Hagge and Youhana Geha, soloists, on a double CD.

Item No: CD, Price: $25 plus $5 shipping

Words of Consecration for the Anaphora of Sharar and the Twelve Apostles
The words of Consecration for the Anaphora of Sharar (St. Peter) and of the Twelve Apostles chanted in Syriac on a single CD .

Item No: CD (Anaphora), Price: $6

History

History of the Maronite Church
by the Most Rev. Pierre Dib; translated by Chorbishop Seely Beggiani

Describes the development of the Maronite Church from Saint Maron to the formation of the Maronite patriarchate, and the various significant events in the history of the Church. Paper cover; 262 pages.
Price: $4.00 Item No.: H001

History of the Maronites
by Rev. Butros Dau

Describes the religious, cultural and ethnic history of the Maronite Church; over 400 illustrations and 25 maps. Hard cover; 809 pages.
Price: $15.00 Item No.: H002

The Maronite Patriarchate
By Michel Awitt

Large, coffee table-sized book on the history of the Maronite Patriarchate with texts in Arabic, French and English. Illustrated with many professional colored photographs. Printed and bound in Lebanon. Hard Cover, 115 pages.
Price: $50.00 Item No.: H004 (Out of Stock)

The Maronites, Roots and Identity
By Wadih Peter Tayah

Wadih Tayah’s presentation "The Maronites, Roots and Identity" describes "the environment, both geopolitical and religious, the stimuli which shaped the ethnic psyche of the Maronite people, determining, to a large extent, their social and ecclesiastic features."

Price : $6.00. Item No.: H005 (335 page hard-cover book)

History of the Maronites in the United States
by Georges Labaki

An interesting description of the origins of the Maronite Church, the immigration to the United States, and the history of the Maronite parishes in the United States. Hard cover; 298 pages.
Price: $25.00 Item No.: H003 (Out of Stock)

The Maronites, History and Constants
By Antoine Khoury Harb

This 245 page hard-cover book on the history of the Maronite Church contains more than 600 full-color illustrations.

Price : $45.00. Item No.: H006 (245 page hard-cover book)

Aspects of Maronite History
By Chorbishop Seely Beggiani

"Aspects of Maronite History" originally appeared as a series of articles prepared by Chorbishop Seely Beggiani for The Maronite Voice, the monthly publication for the Eparchy of Saint Maron of Brooklyn. Given the importance of the information, and the need to bring it together into one compilation, this book is being offered to the reader interested in the development and growth of the Maronite Catholic church, from its origins to the present day.

Price : $3.50. Item No.: H007 (95 pages)

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