Monthly Archives: August 2005

HURRICANE: Blog for Relief Day

Thursday, September 1 Plugging HERE, H E R E, and h e r e …As I noted last night, N.Z. Bear at TTLB has set up a registration page for bloggers who want to participate in the Hurricane Katrina Blog … Continue reading

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HURRICANE: Prayer

The following petition may be inserted into the Ektenia of Supplication (immediately after the petitions for the Hierarchs and the Clergy) at Vespers, Orthros and Divine Liturgy: “Let not stormy waters drown Thy people, O Lord, and let it not … Continue reading

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Icons: God Looks Dull

It appears that Bridge-Building Images has had a divorce from Robert Lentz — amicable or not, I couldn’t say, but except for a few oddities their offerings are more Orthodox. They’ve also eliminated the rainbow from their logo. On the … Continue reading

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READER: Why is JP Pat Greek?

Dean Calvert, responding in Comments HERE, writes: Great questions … here’s a couple more … why is the patriarch of Jerusalem a Greek at all? And why is the synod of Jerusalem made up of almost entirely Greek bishops (go … Continue reading

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HURRICANE: Update

Father John Henderson, Dean of the Mississippi Valley Deanery, reports that all of the Antiochian clergy and laity in the Deanery are safe and sound — but it is too early to know about property damage. This Deanery includes nine … Continue reading

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HURRICANE: Prayers

This just in from the Louisiana Catechumen … Please remember the people of New Orleans in your prayers. The two Orthodox Churches in the area, Holy Trinity Cathedral (Greek) and St. Basil’s (Antiochian) are in an area that was flooded … Continue reading

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Guess Who’s Coming to … Church?

Is there an E in Church? Discover what the Catechumen found. Then again, some things come to an end. Glory to God for all things! Even Baptists do it! And there are some there that we just don’t see.

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