Monthly Archives: March 2009

Easter’s Early, New Year’s Late: April Fools!

As I was walking down the street one dayA man came up to me and asked me what the time was that wason my watch, yeahAnd I saidDoes anybody really know what time it isI don’tDoes anybody really carecareIf so … Continue reading

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Happy … EIEIO

Wait a minute! This Orthodixie Podcast sounds as familiar as an old song … Check it out! The Orthodixie Podcast on Ancient Faith Radio.Still pecking away, finishing up a manuscript, prayers coveted. Image Source

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My Cup (of Joe) Runneth Over

Another podcast script found while digging through files … So I’m filling the car with gas on my way to Vespers last Saturday when a woman approaches me saying she’s on her way to church and asks if I can … Continue reading

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Heading to St George, El Paso

God being my helper, I shall be with the fine folks of St George, El Paso, for a Lenten Retreat this weekend. Blog updates, podcast, and comment approval shall be delayed. Prayers coveted. Image Source

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The Annunciation & The Cross

The Feast of the Annunciation & the Veneration of the CrossThis year the two feasts coincide: Wednesday of the Fourth Week of Lent, the Week of the Cross, is March 25th, the Annunciation. In her wisdom, the Church calls for … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW: Dr Barsanuphius Indadark

Feverishly working toward completion of a manuscript, cleaning out old files, I came across the following interview which originally aired on Ancient Faith Radio: “I’ve just been informed that our special guest today, Dr Barsanuphius Indadark has just arrived: Dr … Continue reading

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O.U.C.H. – Orthodox Urgent Care Hospital

Chicago is a big town with lots of churches and it’s a virtual Baskin-Robbins of Orthodoxy! They have 21 Greek parishes, not to mention the Russians, Arabs, and Serbs. Be that as it may, I couldn’t believe my eyes when, … Continue reading

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