On fire-preparedness day, the Duck Pond neighbors are all cleaning up - all except Greedy, a bit of a hoarder. His loot causes his home to burn, and he learns a difficult lesson. Good Neighbors is a series of whimsical animal stories, about a community of animals living near the Duck Pond. These books teach core values and the character traits of 'good neighbors.' These books are written by Mother Melania, with jewel like illustrations by Cayce Grace Kruse. Sales of Mother Melania's stories benefit both her own monastery, Holy Assumption Monastery in Calistoga, CA and St. Barbara Monastery in Santa Paula, CA, her mother monastery, where she began writing the Good Neighbors books. The sisters at both monasteries lead a life of prayer, community and hospitality.
Full color, 7" x 8.5", 32 pp., perfect bound, and aqueous coated.
by Archpriest Steven John Belonick with Michele Constable and Michael Soroka Second edition ed. Deborah Malacky Belonick This unpretentious little book of meditations based on Scripture, ancient hymns, and writings from...
by Elissa Bjeletich and Kristina Wenger Are you looking for a way to keep your family engaged in the true spiritual nourishment Lent has to offer? Tending the Garden of Our...
by Archimandrite Vassilios Papavassiliou Archimandrite Vassilios brings his liturgical and devotional insights and warm, accessible style to bear on the services of Holy Week, helping the reader enter fully into...
by Archimandrite Vassilios Papavassiliou The Lenten Triodion exhorts us, “Let us observe a fast acceptable and pleasing to the Lord.” Using hymns from the Triodion and the Scripture readings appointed for...
Due to the severe ice storms of February 11th & 15th, the monastery has been without power, phones and internet for a prolonged period of time. This will likely continue for the indefinite future due to the severe damage from the storm throughout the entire region.
We are working to fulfill orders placed via our online store as quickly as we are able, however the process is very slow since we need to drive hours to town to download the orders, return to the monastery to print them off and package them, and then drive back into town to ship them since no mail or shipping services are able to reach us. We appreciate everyone's patience as we are doing our best to run our business during these circumstances.
Please pray for us!