This is volume 5 of 7 of The Lives of the Saints series. The entire series is available under "Series and Sets".
The lives, struggles, works and miracles of Saint Photios, Patriarch of Constantinople, Saint Gregory Palamas, Archbishop of Thessalonike and Saint Mark Evgenikos, Metropolitan of Ephesus. Includes chapters on the history of the Filioque, Causes for Anti-Union Feelings Among the Byzantines, Events Leading to the Schism of 1054, The Fall of Constantinople in 1453, and Brief Orthodox Replies to the Innovations of the Papacy. 640 pages, 125 illustrations, and 4 maps.
The hardbound texts of this series are profusely illustrated with icons, sketches and maps. The hardbound titles of our Lives of the Saints Series are a series of gold-stamped burgundy covers, with acid-free pages.
Table of Contents
Saint Photios, Patriarch of Constantinople 1
A Brief History of the Filioque 114
Events Leading to the Schism of 1054 120
The Causes for Anti-Union Feeling Among the Byzantines 161
Saint Gregory Palamas, Archbishop of Thessalonica 177
Saint Mark Evgenikos, Metropolitan of Ephesus 372
The Fall of Constantinople 501
Brief Orthodox Replies to the Innovations of the Papacy 528
Miracles of the Saints 555
List of Illustrations 581
End Notes 588