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Thursday, January 20, 2022: Dormition of the Mother of God Monastery Micro Retreat & Fundraiser - WITH SPECIAL 10TH ANNIVERSARY GUEST / SPEAKER: Archbishop NATHANIEL!
4:45 PM Monastery Tour Video
5:00 PM Vespers from Dormition Monastery followed by :
- Welcome & Introductions
- Spiritual Talk by Archbishop NATHANIEL
7:00 PM Expected End

This event is normally held as a Winter Dinner with the Nuns traveling from the Monastery in Rives Junction, MI to our Genesee County (Flint, MI) area Orthodox Churches for Vespers, Dinner and Talks.

We have turned it into a Virtual Event (as we did in 2021) because of our concern for the Mothers, the Archbishop and for all of you.

This is our 10th year and we are excited to have Abp. Nathaniel with us both as the Ruling Hierarch of the Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of America and the Dormition Monastery.

PRAYER REQUESTS: https://dormitionmonastery.org/prayer_requests

MONASTERY GIFT SHOP: https://dormitionmonasterygiftshop.squarespace.com/

MONASTERY DONATIONS: https://dormitionmonastery.org/donate

Jan 20, 2022 04:45 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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- This webinar will be recorded

Speakers

Archbishop NATHANIEL
Ruling Hierarch @Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of America
Archbp. NATHANIEL was born in 1940 in Illinois into a Romanian Greek-Catholic community. Having a desire and calling to serve God he attended College there and then in Rome. While there he traveled extensively and notably to Greece and Mt. Athos where he experienced Orthodox Christianity in a powerful way. Ordained to the Priesthood in and under Rome he returned to his home parish in 1967. His experience with Orthodoxy remained so strong that in 1968 he was received into the Romanian Orthodox Church by Archbp. Valerian at the Vatra in Grass Lake, MI. He was called to the Episcopacy in 1980 and served as an Auxiliary until 1984 when he was enthroned as the ruling hierarch. During his Episcopate his Diocese has grown by 39 parishes and several monastic communities. His energies have been directed toward a united Orthodox Church in America, serving on the Synod of bishops of the OCA, and ministering to the special needs of the Romanian Community in the US.