Monthly Archives: September 2008

The Peck Piece, a Pic, and a Pickled Pepper

This photo is courtesy of Houston seminarian Michael Sakran who currently hangs out at St Vlad’s (when he’s not learning humility here). Fr John Peck recently published an article that has now been sent to me by a Roman Catholic … Continue reading

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St George Gets a Facelift

WICHITA – If you’ve driven past St. George Orthodox Christian Cathedral lately, you might have noticed some work going on. However, if you actually stop and take a look, you’ll notice this is no ordinary face lift. “It’s a tremendous … Continue reading

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The Ike & Rita (“Turners”) Review

Back in 2005, my family and I moved from our native North Carolina to Houston. My son, who was 7 at the time, was not excited about moving to Houston. He’d heard they had hurricanes. Fr John Salem, the priest … Continue reading

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IKE: Galveston Orthodox

Fr Serge Veselinovich, of Ss Constantine & Helen Serbian Orthodox Church, is hosting a blogsite hoping for information from Orthodox folks in the Galveston area. “Fr. Serge and Christopher Bolan emptied out the church on Friday, September 12th at 4:00 … Continue reading

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Shhhh! Ike Was Here

Since regaining the Internet, I’ve been wanting to post pics of Hurricane Ike’s “art work.” Alas, the storm must have slowed DSL service (or some such), I cannot upload pics to Blogger. It’s just as well, with all the images … Continue reading

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