Monthly Archives: September 2008

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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Huneycutts After Ike

Just an FYI for those who have tried to call or email: Our family is fine; fence sections and large branches down around the yard — but, thanks God, all is well. My cell service is sporadic (even spasmodic), home … Continue reading

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PRAYERS: Hurricane Ike

O Lord Jesus Christ As you saved your apostles from perishing in a storm by calming wind and waves on your command, so now keep us safe and sound in this hurricane season. Grant us favorable and benign weather. Protect … Continue reading

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WTC, Us, 911

O almighty and everlasting Father, King of kings and Lord of lords, Thou Who art the unfailing Protection of the faithful and the sure Hope of all who trust in Thee: As we mourn the sudden violence and deaths occasioned … Continue reading

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Elder Cleopa – Houston, Texas

Those who live in the Houston area are invited to join us for Family Nights at St George Orthodox Church beginning tonight, September 10th. We have Daily Vespers at 6:30, followed by Christian Education for all ages. I will be … Continue reading

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