I was reminded earlier today of a story I have read from Metropolitan Kallistos. At the beginning of a four-hour car ride with an Archbishop, Kallistos, hoping to strike up a fascinating conversation, asked the Archbishop a question. In our Church we pray for virtually everyone—our friends, our enemies, our soldiers, our civic leaders, our spiritual elders, indeed all of humanity and more—but we do not pray for the Devil. Why, if it is possible, as St. Gregory of Nyssa suggests, for Satan to repent and be saved, do we not pray for him? "Mind your own business," said the Archbishop, and they sat the rest of the ride in silence.