Monastery Pilgirmage

Today I had the joy of visiting the Greek Orthodox Holy Monastery of St. John Chrysostomos. It was a wealth of Providence. I went not knowing what to expect and was fortunate to be present for a talk on worship and prayer by Father Demetrios of the Nativity of the Holy Theotokos Monastery in Pennsylvania. There were many treasures on the spiritual realities of the Divine Liturgy, the benefits of the Jesus Prayer, and I was blessed to have the opportunity to browse the bookstore and gift area.

I won’t go into all the details as to why this was such a Providential trip, but needless to say the timing of God was exquisite.

Pray for me a sinner.

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