Christ is Risen! Truly He is Risen!
Pascha 2013 Photographs
Pictures from our celebration of the glorious
Resurrection of Christ
New monastic housing is desperately needed. Please donate today!
Though we have made some good progress in construction of Project Kellia , we still have a long way to go. Apart from necessities such as siding and material to finish the building interior, there are also infrastructure needs to consider as well. A new septic system will need to be installed to accommodate a larger monastery. Even if the kellia building is nearly finished, if there is no septic system in place the new building will not be habitable. In other words, every step of our Project Kellia is important and must be in place before we have a building that we can occupy.
Your donations make a concrete difference in the life of our monastery, and every little bit that you donate helps to bring us closer to the very important goal of providing more monastic housing for monks and prospective monks at the Hermitage of the Holy Cross.
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Photographs of Project Kellia Work
Kairos Quarterly, Lent & Pascha 2013 Issue
In this issue: “Two Humanisms: Christ and Humanity at Holy Week,” “Appalachian Holy Week: The Tradition of the Dogwood Tree,” Part II of Fr. Andrew Damick’s “The Transfiguration of Place: An Orthodox Christian Vision of Localism,” “Paschal Kulich: A Spiritual Interpretation of a Tasty Tradition,” “The Key to Spiritual Life” by Archbishop Nikon (Rklitsky), “St. Raphael of Brooklyn and the Orthodox Church in West Virginia,” and “God’s Grandeur,” a poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins.
At this time, Kairos Quarterly is not available in print form. However, we will continue post each new issue in PDF format at our Monastic Library spiritual reading page , as well as select articles as individual pages.