In a remote canyon, Saint Martin’s monks seek the Lord with all their hearts. Among them is the Cellarer, whose not-so-secret love of celery helps him remember what it means to be a monk. When misfortune strikes, his friendship with the Sower lifts these spiritual brothers above momentary hardship to find joy in God.
Written in exuberant verse, this endearing and whimsical tale hides a wealth of meaning. Smile at its rhymes, bounce to its rhythm, and rejoice in the blessings of Christian brotherhood.
About the Author: Father Jeremy Davis is both a priest and a monk. He enjoys gardening, baking, and the music of language. He graduated as co-valedictorian from St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Seminary in Yonkers, New York, and currently assists the Metropolitan Archbishop at the Antiochian Archdiocese headquarters in Englewood, NJ. He’s visited monasteries in countries around the world - including the United States, England, Greece, and Bulgaria. Before Father Jeremy was a priest-monk, he lived in Australia for a year, and he often goes back to visit friends there.