St Photios The Great
Devoted to St. Photios the Great (820-891), Patriarch of Constantinople, the most important and intellectual leader of the ninth century, this book establishes the lofty Christian character of St. Photios, the purity of his life, his many-sided greatness, and the groundlessness of the charge that he was the cause of the Schism between Eastern and Western Christianity. Appended to the treatise are beautiful hymns taken from the service in honor of the Saint. 1980. Second printing, 1988. 125 pp., 1 plate.