NEWS: Larisa Dmitrieva Micallef speaks on Church Slavonic tomorrow in Brussels

 

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Our Russian Orthodox scholar and author, Larisa Dmitrieva Micallef, Ph.D., will tomorrow be lecturing and presenting her book Divine Significance of Church Slavonic Letters on the occasion of the Day of Slavonic Writing commemorated by the Orthodox Church. The lecture-presentation will take place at the Russian Cultural Center, Rue du Meridien 21, Brussels, Belgium at 7:00pm. Entrance is free, everyone is welcome to attend.

Divine Significance of Church Slavonic Letters is available in paperback edition, in the Russian and English languages, from Amazon, directly from the publishers, and from major booksellers worldwide.

 

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NEWS: Larisa Dmitrieva Micallef speaks on Church Slavonic tomorrow in Brussels

5* review for Divine Significance of Church Slavonic Letters

This book itself is a true blessing, written by a passionate soul, Larisa Dmitrieva Micallef, Ph.D., who touches upon the most sacred topic with such an eloquence and utter delicacy that couldn’t leave one not feeling spiritually enlightened upon reading. From the very first page, we as readers are met with the divine wisdom of each letter of Church-Slavonic alphabet. The Church-Slavonic language is the soul of the people and the traces of it left imprints on language, culture, and literature altogether, evoking most powerful and sincere feelings. What is treasured about this book is that it reveals the Church-Slavonic language as a means that opens and deepens our connection to the God.

By reading Divine Significance of Church Slavonic Letters we are going through the holy journey on which we become closer with our Holy Father and it, itself, is a true gift. With so much love in my heart, I would like to thank Larisa Olegovna Dmitrieva Micallef for giving us such a blessing in the form of this divine book.

(Source: Amazon.co.uk)

5* review for Divine Significance of Church Slavonic Letters

Russian Orthodox scholar Larisa Micallef to speak at Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker Cathedral

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Our Russian Orthodox scholar Larisa Dmitrieva Micallef, Ph.D., will be giving a lecture-presentation on December 11, 2016, about her teaching book Divine Significance of Church Slavonic Letters. The lecture will be held at the Cathedral Church of Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker in Brussels, Belgium. Entrance is free and everyone is invited to attend.

Russian Orthodox scholar Larisa Micallef to speak at Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker Cathedral

Another 5* review for Divine Significance of Church Slavonic Letters

This book itself is a true blessing; written by a passionate soul, that is Larisa Dmitrieva Micallef, Ph.D., who touches upon the most sacred topic with such an eloquence and utter delicacy that couldn’t leave one not feeling spiritually enlightened upon reading.

From the very first page, we, as readers, are met with divine wisdom of each letter of the Church-Slavonic alphabet. The Church-Slavonic language is the soul of the people and the traces of it left imprints on language, culture, and literature altogether, evoking most powerful and sincere feelings.

What is treasured about this book is that it reveals the Church-Slavonic language as a means that opens and deepens our connection to God.

By reading Divine Significance of Church Slavonic Letters, we are going through the holy journey on which we become closer with our Holy Father and it, itself, is a true gift.

With so much love in my heart, I would like to thank Larisa Olegovna Micallef for giving us a blessing in the form of this divine book.

(Source: Amazon UK)

Another 5* review for Divine Significance of Church Slavonic Letters

NEWS: Upcoming lectures by Larisa Dmitrieva Micallef, Ph.D.

We are pleased to announce that our Russian Orthodox linguist and author Larisa Dmitrieva Micallef, Ph.D., will be giving lectures about the Divine Significance of Church Slavonic Letters (2015, Hope & Life Press) to both the Russian and Maltese public. Details of the lectures and presentations can be found below. The book is available from major booksellers including Amazon in both the Russian and English languages, in paperback and ebook editions.

1) Revival of the Lost Heritage – Saturday, February 6, 2016 at 12.00 pm. VENUE: Lecture Hall of Sunday School, Bogoslovskiy pereulok 4, Moscow, Russia.

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On Saturday, February 6, 2016 at 12pm, at the Sunday School Lecture Hall (Bogoslovskiy pereulok 4, Moscow, Russia), there will be a lecture titled Revival of the Lost Heritage and presentation of the book Divine Significance of Church Slavonic Letters by Larisa Dmitrieva Micallef. The author will speak about the important role of Church Slavonic in Russia, its international impact, and about the divine significance of the Church Slavonic letters. At the end of the lecture, the author will answer questions from the audience and the books will be available for sale at a reduced price. Entrance to the lecture is free.

2) Divine Significance of Church Slavonic Letters – Sunday, March 20, 2016 at 7.00 pm. VENUE: Conference Hall of the Volunteer Center, Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector, 186 Melita Street, Valletta, Malta. 

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Fascinating lecture for everyone about the divine significance of Church Slavonic letters by Larisa Dmitrieva Micallef, Ph.D.; lecturer at the Leo Tolstoy Institute of Languages and Culture. The book will also be available for sale and entrance to the lecture is free.

NEWS: Upcoming lectures by Larisa Dmitrieva Micallef, Ph.D.