Monthly Archives: August 2009

Orthodox Houston’s Got Talent!

This past Sunday, St Joseph Antiochian Orthodox Church hosted their annual benefit for Project Mexico / St Innocent Orphanage. This was my first year in attendance — it was a blast! During one of the numbers performed by the Latin-Jazz … Continue reading

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King, Queen, Prince – and a Rebel – at Jiffy Lube

Whether it was the invite to my 30-year high school reunion, or the fantasy that I was losing my hearing, one thing’s for certain: Nothing clears Disco like an oil change. Reminiscences about the dance floor — whilst lying on … Continue reading

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The F-word is a Touchstone in Amsterdam

Touchstone‘s Executive Editor Jim Kushiner reflects on the World Congress of Families held in Amsterdam in a three part series at MereComments … I attended Orthodox Divine Liturgy yesterday at the Russian Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas, about a 20-minute … Continue reading

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Master Paisios Polamalu

As a Steelers fan and an Orthodox Christian, I had to highlight this story from GetReligion wherein the great Troy Polamalu is asked about his new son and his ancient faith … What is your greatest wish for your child? … Continue reading

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Cast Your Net on the Other Side of the Boat

I shall be away from the computer for a spell; re-posting this from a few years back, with updates. I believe in the Catholic Church; only Orthodox go to heaven. Let me explain … A while back, Rod Dreher, author … Continue reading

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