Blessed Feast of Saint Philopatir Mercurius – Abu Sefein.

I was drawn to Saint Philopatir when I discovered a book about his miracles. I was a teenager then and reading about Saints was not high on my list of priorities. However, I fell on the first collection of his miracles entitled God loves me and I got hooked. All of his miracles were imbued with grace and extreme kindness.

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Sneak Preview!! Philo and the Patience SuperHoly

Coming soon!!! What is Philo up to? Other posts you might enjoy: Announcing the newest SuperHoly adventure  Like this post? Please share it using these icons listed below: [DISPLAY_ULTIMATE_PLUS] Get your copy today- Browse our entire book collection by clicking on this link: Click Here to read the Books' Reviews on Amazon! [INSERT YOUR CUSTOM IMAGE CODE] Please note this post may contain affiliate links and ads, read my full disclosure here.

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Ancient Traditions for A New Generation – Coptic Saints

How do you introduce Saints to today's children? One of the challenges of introducing Coptic Saints to a "modern" generation resides in the Iconography. Coptic Icons are an honoured and cherished tradition of the Coptic faith. Because the icon contains many symbols, they are able to transmit the essence of the Saint's life as well as salient features of their journey. But,  at times,  they can be slightly intimidating for a young audience who is now accustomed to animation as the norm. Enter: Our Heavenly Friends. This is a fantastic Sunday School Program created by Laura Philopateer from which...

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