Chills down the spine

sunday_of_orthodoxy.jpgA blessed Sunday of Orthodoxy to both of my readers; I give you the Synodikon as read by the combined Orthodox clergy of central Indiana at the Triumph of Orthodoxy Vespers (as well as Vespers for the Feast of St. Patrick), St. George Orthodox Church, Indianapolis. Hope none of you are anathematized by it.

As well, here is my priest, Fr. Peter Jon Gillquist, as the guest homilist at this service, on “Engaging the Culture.”


1 Response to “Chills down the spine”

  1. 1 Lucas 17 March 2008 at 12:43 pm

    And I. Was. There. Next year, the Presbyter’s Council is going to up the dramatic ante by having one of these** bad boys punctuate the anathemas.



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