Saint Philip Orthodox Church
Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese
Souderton, Pennsylvania

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Lenten Retreat 2017
Lenten Retreat 2017

St Silouan the Athonite
Saturday, March 25, 2017

Dr Christopher Veniamin, retreat speaker.

 

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Retreat Schedule:

    9:00   Divine Liturgy for the Feast of the Annunciation

  10:30   Fish Lunch

  11:30   Session 1: On Humility.  Reading from and meditating on the writings of St. Silouan concerning “the adornment of divinity”, holy humility. Q&A

  12:45   Break

    1:00   Jesus Prayer Instruction and Practice

    1:15   Session 2: On Peace.  Reading from and meditating on the writings of St. Silouan concerning peace. "All men desire peace," but what is true peace, and where is it to be found?  Q&A

     2:30   Break

     2:45   Jesus Prayer Instruction and Practice

     3:00   Session 3: On Repentance.  Reading from and meditating on the writings of St. Silouan concerning repentance. Repentance comes before, during and after baptism, and is therefore fundamental to the Christian way of life. But what is repentance?   Q&A

     4:15   Refreshments

     4:45   Parish Education Program

     6:00   Great Vespers

 

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