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Patriarch Kirill, "the head of the Russian Orthodox Church has urged monks not to use cellphones to access the Internet in order to avoid temptation."
"Now the Internet appears to be a great temptation," Patriarch Kirill said during a trip to the Zograf monastery in Greece, according to a transcript of his remarks posted on the church's website.
"Many monks act, in my view, quite unreasonably. On the one hand, (monks) leave the world in order to create favorable conditions for salvation, and on the other hand, they take their mobile telephone and start to enter the Internet where, we know, there is a large number of sinful and tempting things."
The monastic tradition is by definition strict and does not need to adapt to modern conditions, he said. - Source
"What did you go out to the desert to see?" [Luke 7:24] Something on YouTube?
Imagine rising in the middle of the night, and after Vigils, going online instead of going to your cell for Lectio Divina?