Monthly Archives: April 2008

Here Comes Peter Cottontail?

One of the benefits of Orthodox Easter — PASCHA — coming later than Roman Catholic Easter (pssssssssssssssttttt, if you’re Protestant — or, wink, wink, Non-Denominational — you’re following Rome’s calendar) … is reduced prices on chocolates and candies which are … Continue reading

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St John Fellowship in Cicero

My visit to St George, Cicero — April 11-13th — for the North American Council (NAC) Fellowship of St John the Divine Lenten Retreat was a true blessing! Pictured here, however, is the only patch of blue seen during the … Continue reading

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OCF at the T Bar M

Just for fun, here are some pics from the Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF) Lenten retreat, originating from Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church, which took place the first weekend in April in the Texas Hill Country near New Braunfels. Either an ice … Continue reading

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Atheists to Become Priests?

London, April 1, Interfax – Certain Anglican Commonwealth churches will simplify rules of ordaining clerics next year. “Realities of today’s life require revision of certain canons and rules. We have agreed to women clergy and ordination of open gays, but … Continue reading

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From the Alamo to Cicero …

Having been involved with a couple Lenten Retreats over the past two weeks, not much bloggin’ goin’ on. Pics from those events, with commentary, forthcoming. Our Lady of Cicero, pray to God for us!

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A Funny Thing, Sex

Though this week’s podcast is a serious one, dealing with sex … sex can be just plain funny. Sex is the funniest topic, with the most serious consequences. I was around 8 years old when I asked my mother the … Continue reading

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Make You Look Like a HomoGenderal

REEDSBURG, Wis. (AP) – An elementary-school event in which kids were encouraged to dress as members of the opposite gender drew the ire of a Christian radio group, whose angry broadcast prompted outraged calls to the district office. Students at … Continue reading

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