Since the beginning of our family in 2004, we have always enjoyed a good journey to somewhere holy or interesting. Our family name Friar comes from a mendicant monastic order in the Middle Ages which traveled from place to place rather than remain in a cloister. Over the years, our desire to travel has brought us to numerous encounters in different parts of the world. It is our hope in reading this blog, that you will glean much in the way of contemporary spiritual nourishment to guide you in the path to the Kingdom of Heaven.
Immigrants, who long to come to America, hear stories that the streets are paved with gold. But, because careless Americans leave their own trash right on the street, and those immigrants find America more paved with trash than with gold.
Well, if you are not an immigrant, then you might be a random American watching “Landfill Harmonic” feeling really bad about all the trash in the movie. And you really want to do something about it. Continue reading
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- Byzantine Choir Concert in NYC
- A Feast for the Eyes, Ears, and Heart
- A Life Worth Living
- Hierarchical Visitations, New Ordinations, and the Establishment of a New Diocesan Monastery
- Unity in Community
- The Joy of Gazing With Our Eyes
- The Mystery of the Peanut
- A Time Without Women Doctors