Ya know, Gebre, I find quite disturbing how so many of your posts on this matter focus on what the woman is wearing while so few say anything about why you let your eyes wander in the first place.
On this one I would not be specific to your priest of who it is. I would tell him of your distractions from immodestly dressed parishoners. The scriptures and the church teach of modesty. This is something your priest can handle VIA bulletin.
Exactly. This sums it up for me.
One doesn't necessarily have to "let one's eyes wander," sheesh.
These days, people don't really know what they're doing when they dress. Hence many jobs for professional consultants.
But this reminds me of an Orthodox Anecdote (TM) about Elder Porphyrios, a man named Niko, and an inappropriately dressed female visitor. Niko and the elder had been talking when the woman came in to meet the elder. He talked with her for awhile. Niko thought, "Can't the elder see how this woman is dressed? Why doesn't he tell her to correct herself? This is a monastery for crying out loud." Later, after she left, the elder said, "Mr. Niko. I'm afraid I have failed as a priest."
"Why elder?" Niko asked in amazement.
"Well, you know that woman who visited me? She was dressed very inappropriately and I didn't correct her."
Then Niko realied the elder had read his thoughts and repented for judging him.
And the elder said, "See, if I had told her she was dressed inappropriately, it would have gone in one ear and out the other. She wasn't ready to hear it. So I told her what she could hear, and later shel'll come around on her own and dress appropriately."