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HCHC Senior Trip 2011 – Athens and Agina Island, Greece Photos

Posted by on June 17, 2011 at 12:56 pm

TweetAfter you’ve been traveling for a while, especially when you’re moving rapidly from one place to another, everything starts to blend together after awhile.

There was one important moment during our visit to Agina Island, when we visited the monastery where St. Nektarios lived and where his relics are. We visit the room that he lived in during his time there. Our groups sang the hymn ‘Agia Parthene’ in front of the icon that St. Nektarios sat in front of when he wrote the hymn. I was so glad to have captured that moment on video, but the cheap memory card I was using failed and I lost it.

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The Six Winged Seraphim

Posted by on May 11, 2011 at 7:10 am

TweetIcon I just found of the six-winged seraphim.

 

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First New Website Blog Post

Posted by on April 12, 2011 at 12:50 pm

TweetThis is my post on my new blog. My old blog had become too complex for my busy lifestyle and no one was reading it anyway. I got used to using WordPress for my other, far more interesting blog Far Eastern Transfigurations and found it was easy to work with, so I’ve spent the last week and a half transferring everything here. Hopefully I’ll be posting photos, videos, and other nonsense here most often than before. I think my last post on the other server was in 2009. All my photos and videos are still here. I didn’t transfer everything into WordPress. There were too many pages with too many pictures, so I left some on static pages. So some of the pages may not link properly or may have pictures that don’t show. I did repost a few posts from my previous blog.

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