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I would go a few steps further. These webcasts have opened up visibility into the cycle of prayers and the richness of monastic life that has essentially been invisible to the world in general and to most Orthodox as well. These are services that most of us would never have been able to attend, but we are now able to witness and in some sense connect with them throughout the cycles of the day and the seasons. It is also a deeper connection for many of us to our monasteries. Now along with a yearly visit and a monthly newletter, I can in some sense have a connection to the monasteries we support on a daily basis: while not the same as a visit, it certainly is more than a newsletter. I sincerely hope these continue even as the pandemics subside as a standard part of the Orthodox landscape.

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