See Father Seraphim’s COVID-19: Who Is to Blame for this Crisis?
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Father Seraphim (Aldea) holds a PhD in Modern Theology from the University of Durham in the United Kingdom. He was tonsured a monk in 2005 at Rasca monastery in Bucovina, North Moldavia. In 2010 he founded the Orthodox Monastery of All Celtic Saints when he took over Kilninian, the Church of St. Ninian and St. Cuthbert, on the Isle of Mull in the Hebrides. Visit the monastery website for information and photos.
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