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Homily from Mr. Alexios, abbot from the monastery of Xenophontos, Mount Athos

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Speech of abbot Alexios from Xenophondos monastery of the Mount Athos, delivered at the convent of the Nativity of the Mother of God in the Netherlands. 9th October 2019.
Please help me to improve the video and correct the mistakes in Greek and English subtitles, if you find them. Denote the time and the wrong word.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYwyh0bVZEM
 

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I would like also to know in which language the video and the subtitles appear on your computer and in which country you are watching it. I published it in Greek and English so far. Thanks and God be with you.
 

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You might want also to watch another video with Greek and English subtitles. Enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izoT_nbxnoM
 

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:) I bring to your attention Christian Orthodox songs in Greek. The unique features of these video clips is that
• You can listen and sing together in Greek thanks to Latin and Russian transliteration (see description).
• There is a parallel translation into Russian (in the description), Dutch and English (as the original Greek text itself).
• It shows interesting video clips and images on the theme of the song.
In some videos, I put the translation and Latin transliteration in the subtitles of the YouTube system. Then click on the "subtitles" button or select English subtitles in the settings if they do not appear automatically. I am working to improve the general film screening, so that’s why there is this difference. If you liked it, then share your joy (that is, these links) with your friends on your social networks and remember your DJ in your prayers.

Song to the Mother of God the Astypalean Gate-Keeper https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWGSTX__EJw

Song to Our Lady the Merciful
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oq9blq_kkKM

Names of the Blessed Virgin Mary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pivXC7gq3mg

Noetic (heartfelt) prayer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Impvvmyrw_c&t=4s

Psalm 134 (performed by Athos monks) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izoT_nbxnoM&t=1s

To be continued. Write if something is wrong. Subscribe, like. :)
 

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Gentleman said:
Please help me to improve the video and correct the mistakes in Greek and English subtitles if you find them.
Yes, you can turn on the captioning and subtitles in Movies and DVDs.
 
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