I'm curious to know what you all think about the material at the URL below. About 15 years ago I visited St. Herman's Monastery in the mountains of Northern California. Fr. Seraphim Rose, of blessed memory, helped build this monastery and lived there until his untimely death in 1982. While at the monastery I met Br. Justin Martyr. He had not been at the monastery all that long. Some of the monks had been handing out material in front of a Punk music concert venue and Br. Justin (John Marler) happened to get some of this material. He hitchhiked a ride to the monastery and wound up staying there. He sensed the call to become a monk. When he was received into the monastery, he took the name Justin Martyr. When he was tonsured, he took the name John.
Fr. John wrote a book published by St. Herman's Press entitled "Youth of the Apocalypse" and also started a zine entitled "Death to the World." I used to have copies of all the initial issues, but I gave them all away. I will be buying them now, including all the newer issues, and getting a subscription.
Anyway, I believe this material is a great way to reach into the Punk, Goth subculture. The unabridged story of the Church is what these young folks are hungry for, and it is the story in which they need to enter as vital witnesses of. Your thoughts?