Monthly Archives: August 2009

Harry Potter is, uh … OMG?

Don’t shoot me — I’m just the blogger! This image, which recently accompanied a story in the Dallas Morning News, is … well … ummm: What? The person who sent it to me included this note: ——– begin quoted material … Continue reading

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Son & Dad: Girls, Legos, the Homeless

PIC: Basil at a recent Astros game. The smile is actually from the fact that his sister, MC, had texted me saying that the UPS man had just delivered his latest set of Legos! The other night, while we were … Continue reading

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Ancient Faith Radio Needs Help

From the AFR site, Saturday morning, August 29th: We are so thankful for those of you who rallied behind us to help us make our August budgeted donation goal of $8,000. Perhaps some of you would like to set up … Continue reading

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On God’s Response to Man’s Fall

Just as some generous and opulent man who has seen some one escape from shipwreck and only able to save his bare body from the waves, cradles him in his hands, and casts about him a bright garment, and conducts … Continue reading

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Spooky-Doxy at the Stop-n-Drop

Sadly, every now and then, one hears of an Orthodox Christian who leaves the Ancient Faith and returns to his former delusion – or, as in the subject of this podcast, to just plain delusion. Other times, I’ve heard tell, … Continue reading

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G G and D S on CRTL

The following segment of the Orthodox Christian Network‘s radio program, Come Receive the Light, is a rebroadcast which, ironically, includes Khouria Gigi Shadid, who grew up at– and me, currently serving at– St George, Houston. On this week’s CRTL podcast: … Continue reading

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Mary, the Mother of God (Theotokos)

As many prepare for the leave-taking of the Great Feast of the Dormition, and those on another calendar prepare to celebrate the Feast in honour of the Falling Asleep of the Mother of God, Seraphim [now Fr James] writes on … Continue reading

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