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Another tidbit of knowledge from Fr. Thomas Moore. . . A few of our new inquirers have asked about the practice of kissing the priest’s hand. For people outside of the Orthodox Tradition (and even for some of the Faithful), … Continue reading
The 2017 Masters Tournament has come to an exciting end and many of us are left to ponder the great traditions of this event. It has been a few years since I attended, but our middle daughter, Elissa attended her … Continue reading
Tonight, I will sit in front of a TV and watch a show that will provide a re-wind of my entire life. I will sit from start to end and nothing short of the death of a close family member … Continue reading
We met, we ate, we dranked we laughed. Four years running Nothing more was needed. A Tradition
It’s that time of the year…“The Tunamint” A special week, even if you are not a golfer. This evening I learned that my wife and I will be hosting some dear friends from Columbia, SC for dinner on Friday evening. … Continue reading
I stumbled on this earlier and have bookmarked this blog. I am encouraged by this brief story. Merry Christmas…again. ‘Twas the night before Christmas It’s not what you think and it happens right here in South Carolina.