Mother Maria Skobtsova

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Mother Maria Skobtsova
Author : Mariia
File Size : 42,5 Mb
Publisher : Modern Spiritual Masters
Language : English
Release Date : 07 October 2022
ISBN : UOM:39015056468872
Pages : 200 pages
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Mother Maria Skobtsova by Mariia Book PDF Summary

Mother Maria Skobtsova (1891-1945) has emerged as one of the most fascinating religious figures of the twentieth century. As an Orthodox nun in Paris her home was at once a soup kitchen for the needy, a center for the renewal of Orthodox thought, and - under Nazi occupation - a haven for the rescue of Jews. For the latter cause she ended her life in a concentration camp. Like Dorothy Day, her writings reflect her deep commitment to the gospel mandate that unites love of God and love of neighbor.

Mother Maria Skobtsova

Mother Maria Skobtsova (1891-1945) has emerged as one of the most fascinating religious figures of the twentieth century. As an Orthodox nun in Paris her home was at once a soup kitchen for the needy, a center for the renewal of Orthodox thought, and - under Nazi occupation - a

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