Archimandrite Ephrem's translations of Orthodox liturgical and patristic texts
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README.md

Anastasis

Archimandrite Ephrem (Lash) was well known for his translations of Orthodox liturgical and patristic texts. With his passing (may his memory be eternal!), easy access to his translations was lost. I have attempted to begin a correspondence with the appropriate people in order to make sure this repository is permitted, but am making these texts available here in the interim.

Please begin with Archimandrite Ephrem's Index.

Converting

I have written a simple Python script to convert Archimandrite Ephrem's original HTML (which seems to have been generated by Microsoft Frontpage) into Markdown. On a Mac, you must have Python 3, Virtualenv, and Pandoc installed to run the script. Most of these things can be installed with Homebrew.:

virtualenv -p python3 ve
. ve/bin/activate
pip install -r requirements.txt

Once you have this done, you should be able to run the script as follows:

python cleanup.py

The script will convert the files in the original directory to new markdown files in the files directory.

Work in Progress

The script that does the conversion is a work in progress. There are some flaws in the conversion process. At some point, once the script has done a good enough job, I will just get rid of it and future editing can place directly on the markdown files. Pull requests for improvements to the script are welcome.

Contact

I can be contacted via my blog, Parochianus.