Archbishop Luke.

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Archbishop Luke Voyno-Yasenetskyi. A Saint, pastor and physician surgeon, 1877 - 1961.
(Also known as Blessed surgeon Luke of Simferopol, Crimea.)

The Cross, persecution, sorrow, temptation are the legacy of the Church and of a true Christian. There is not an Orthodox Church that has not experienced her own persecution; neither has a saint lived that has not gone through his own furnace of afflictions, persecutions and temptations.

A moving witness to the Cross is also the figure of St Luke, Archbishop of Simferopol and Crimea, physician, professor of topographic anatomy and surgery; a man with rare talents and spiritual gifts, with a stunning scientific training, who ministered to human beings as pastor and doctor with an admirable self-denial and love.

This book has attempted to delineate his stormy life, the incredible torments and adventures, as well as his multifaceted work, in the hope that the suffering and his valuable testimony will offer a plenitude of gifts to God's people and especially to doctors, those of the souls as well as those of the bodies.

Archbishop Luke.

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Archbishop Luke Voyno-Yasenetskyi. A Saint, pastor and physician surgeon, 1877 - 1961.
(Also known as Blessed surgeon Luke of Simferopol, Crimea.)

The Cross, persecution, sorrow, temptation are the legacy of the Church and of a true Christian. There is not an Orthodox Church that has not experienced her own persecution; neither has a saint lived that has not gone through his own furnace of afflictions, persecutions and temptations.

A moving witness to the Cross is also the figure of St Luke, Archbishop of Simferopol and Crimea, physician, professor of topographic anatomy and surgery; a man with rare talents and spiritual gifts, with a stunning scientific training, who ministered to human beings as pastor and doctor with an admirable self-denial and love.

This book has attempted to delineate his stormy life, the incredible torments and adventures, as well as his multifaceted work, in the hope that the suffering and his valuable testimony will offer a plenitude of gifts to God's people and especially to doctors, those of the souls as well as those of the bodies.

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Author Metropolitan of Argolis Nectarios (Antonopoulos)
Pages 542
Cover Soft
Width (mm) 17
Height (mm) 24

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