I had missed the fact that last Sunday was the Sunday of Gregory Palamas among the Eastern Orthodox. Since I am a Palamist (which is unusual for someone who tends Thomistic), I thought I'd put a few links up about the great theologian of the hesychasts. Unfortunately, there isn't much available online, but I was able to scrounge up a few worth reading.
Light for the World: The Life of St. Gregory Palamas (1296-1359)
St. Gregory Palamas: An Historical Overview
St. Gregory Palamas and the Tradition of the Fathers by Fr. Florovsky
Gregory Palamas on the Relationship Between Philosophy and Theology by Nick Trakakis
Dionysius Areopagites in the Works of Saint Gregory Palamas: On the Question of a "Christological Corrective" and Related Matters by Hieromonk Alexander Golitzin
The Pneumatology of Bernard Lonergan: A Byzantine Comparison (PDF) by Eugene Webb (One criticism: It erroneously attributes the formula "the Spirit proceeds from the Father through the Son" to the Union Council of Lyons. This is not true; the formula at Lyons was "the Spirit proceeds from the Father and the Son as from one principle". Florence reaffirmed this and said that the common expression "The Spirit proceeds from the Father through the Son" meant the same thing.)
Unceasing Prayer by Gregory Palamas