Happy New Year!

May 2022 Be A Year Filled With Christ’s Light in Our Hearts

I want to greet all my readers as we begin the year 2022 with the words, “Glory to Jesus Christ, Glory to Him forever”. May this year be one of spiritual renewal for all of us, and may we use the allotted time God gives us profitably, and for His glory. Let us love one another, and remember to pray for each other. Let us pray for the world, and for the salvation of all. May the Light of Christ shine brightly in us, that the world may know the love of God, and see God’s mercy and kindness in us. Happy New Year to all of you.

With love in Christ,
Abbot Tryphon

(Transcription from video below)

I want to share with all of you that even though it seems apparent, that we are entering into a new dark age, where the United States has abandoned its faith in God, that we are in an age where anything goes and most people have without realizing it, have embraced nihilism, which has no hope. So what do we do? We’ve all experienced people attacking us for our beliefs, whether we are liberals or conservatives, or whether we’re Orthodox or Presbyterian, people are attacking because we’ve either chosen to be vaccinated or not. Friends that I have known for years, because I have chosen not to be vaccinated, have nothing to do with me. So there we are. I have written about it, as many of you know, and I have been attacked mercilessly by a few. But there’s something wonderful about all of that. And that is… (watch video to hear the rest from Father Tryphon)

About the author

Fr. Tryphon is the Abbot of the Monastery of the All-Merciful Saviour, which was established in 1986 by Archimandrite Dimitry (Egoroff) of blessed memory. The Monastery is under the omophore of His Eminence Kyrill, Archbishop of San Francisco and Western America, of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia.

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