Instead of having an impossibly long reading list this year to cross off, I will post what I have read as I finish.

January – World Made by Hand, James Howard Kunstler. Goat Song, Brad Kessler. Introductions to the Lenten Triodion and the Festal Menaion.

February – I was a slacker in finishing anything. Did read Meditations on the Divine Liturgy which is 50 pages long. Wahoo.

March – Again…ahem…painfully admit I did not finish any books this month. Father Arseny saw me through Lent. He is such a rich, beautiful, amazing person that I could not fit it into one month. Also working on Survival+ which is online and also in paperback. DENSE reading. I am half way through the paperback.

April – Farming as a Spiritual Discipline, Survival +, In Cheap We Trust.

May – The Orthodox Veneration of Mary, the Birth Giver of God. ~St. John Maximovitch. Began Brothers Karamazov.


1 Response to “2010 Books Read”

  1. 1 echo October 11, 2010 at 7:06 am

    Hi. Your site is interesting, but many that I try to open say they have been closed. What a shame.

    I’m also wondering where you got the calendar that you post. Everyone knows Saturday comes at the end of the week (7th day) and Sunday is the First Day of the week.

    Just wondering how this pattern got started. Thanks.

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