After much insisting, he said to us, ‘Something happened, God intervened with you and with this piece of land…’ He kept repeating this phrase multiple times, and then he said to us, ‘If I record exactly what is happening right now with regards to this building, everyone will think that I am crazy.’
Category: Fr Faltaous El Souriany
The heavenly glory of enduring tribulations
Once the fathers of the Sourian monastery wanted to ensure the wellbeing of Fr. Faltaous, especially because no one ever saw him, and they were worried about him living alone in such a desolate part of the monastery. They knew how difficult it must be to live in that daunting area, especially because they knew the extent of the fierceness and ruthlessness of the devils and their wiles – against any monk who longs to lead a solitary life dedicated to God.
A selection of miracles of Fr. Faltaous El Souriany
Contents The mute speak and the paralysed walkThe woman with the brain tumorThe cross-eyed boyCuring of an eye diseaseThe baby with pneumoniaThe blind receive their sightHe cures even his fellow monksThe monk cured from kidney failureSkin diseases flee from his prayersThe Virgin Mary wants you at her churchEven cancer is defeated Taken and reformatted from… Continue reading A selection of miracles of Fr. Faltaous El Souriany
The teachings of Fr Faltaous El Sorianny
Purity Purity enables man to behold the manifestations of the Lord our God who is capable of all things.Purity is the illuminated feature that overpowers the mind so that the person is able to see God’s hidden and esteemed things, and the secrets of the heavens are revealed to him.The pure soul deserves to enter… Continue reading The teachings of Fr Faltaous El Sorianny
Why we honour the saints and martyrs?
Fr. Faltaous tells us, ‘After my return from St. Mina’s Monastery, during Pope Cyril VI life in the flesh, he used to visit me in spirit on a regular basis. He wanted to check up on me and to encourage me to continue to persevere throughout my monastic life. He also came to guide and… Continue reading Why we honour the saints and martyrs?