Monthly Archives: October 2011

Teen Photographer: Icons at St Joseph (3)

No 13.5 year old boy was harmed in the capture of these images … As Mark … Luke Matthew John … and even an Archangel are my witness! “Basil … time to come down, Bud.” Boy says: “It’s pitch dark … Continue reading

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Dome Icons (2): St Joseph, Houston

As mentioned — here — the “silo style” dome of St Joseph Church is getting a make-over over the next couple weeks. Intrepid parishioner Jeff Anderson scaled the ladder and scaffolding today and snapped some images of the work in … Continue reading

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Greece’s Dostoevsky

A long time in coming and worth the wait! Advance word: “What a book! As I devoured…Greece’s Dostoevsky: The Theological Vision of Alexandros Papadiamandis…I realized that I was ‘dog-earing’ the entire manuscript! Thank you for introducing me to Alexandros Papadiamandis, … Continue reading

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The Way of Christ is Easy … in Mecca

The first week of October found me in Mecca — Orthodox Mecca, that is: Pennsylvania. Pictured, above, the beautiful Holy Cross Church – Williamsport. Fr Dan Kovalak has labored long in this vineyard, even building (literally) the church building back … Continue reading

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Dome Icons – St Joseph Houston

Iconographer Dmitry Shkolnik is in Houston for the next few weeks to install images in the dome of St Joseph Church. These pictures, snapped with my cell phone, do no justice to the images as (especially as they are laid … Continue reading

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