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This week , a visit to the Greek-Catholic "Sfanta Treime" monastery in Giroc, near Timisoara, proved a good chance to know better the surroundings and spend some quality time with Father Jose in questions and meditation. I had also the chance to visit the pilgrim home which was offered to the Brotherhood by a pious family for the visitors.

If you have the chance to visit, don't hesitate to search for tranquility and wisdom by the river, near Timisoara 

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