Bridge Reopened

January 16, 2016

Bridge Reopened

Although heavy snow and ice delayed the completion of the work for most of the week, with God’s help the bridge to the monastery is now fully repaired and passable! We sincerely thank all of you for your prayers and support throughout this process. Have a blessed Theophany!


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