‘Who do <i>you</i> say I am?’

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‘Who do you say I am?’

...Archbishop Damianos of Sinai has pointed out that the manifestation of the Holy Trinity at the Transfiguration was foreshadowed by the earlier theophany on Mount Sinai, where the voice of God, the light of the Sun of Righteousness, and the cloud of the Holy Spirit were all similarly present. Read more....

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Progress Update

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Progress Update

Dear Friends of Mount Sinai Monastery, Several people have asked how things are going at St. Catherine's, so we wanted to pass along this update on their work and the status of visitors. Read more... 

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From Ascension to Pentecost, 2017

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From Ascension to Pentecost, 2017

Christ opens his earthly ministry by receiving the Holy Spirit “as one of us” in the waters of the Jordan. He brings it to a close, at the Mystical Supper, with a promise to relay the gift to His followers. But to their great dismay, there is a condition. Read more...

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A Word from Archbishop Damianos on the Feast Day of St. Catherine

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A Word from Archbishop Damianos on the Feast Day of St. Catherine

At 5 am local time, shortly before the All-night Vigil for the Feast of St. Catherine (which had begun at 8 pm the previous evening) concluded with a procession around the outside of the Monastery’s great basilica with prayers for all the world, His Eminence Archbishop Damianos, Abbot of St. Catherine’s Monastery, addressed the following remarks to Orthodox Christians throughout the world. Read more...

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