Time, that old constant that always seems to be shifting depending on your relationship to it at that moment. Activities can transcend it, and so can place and space. In another life ago, I worked as a stagehand for a
In November Presvytera Catherine and I visited Qatar where our daughter and her family are living. Qatar is a small Arabian country – a peninsular that sticks out north into the Persian Gulf. It is about the size of Wales
I have been having the great good fortune to have a work assignment in Madagascar, which is the world’s fourth largest island, situated off the south-eastern coast of Africa and currently one of the poorest countries in that continent. The
Cave church dedicated to 318 Godbearing Fathers in Archimandrita, Cyprus
There are apparently very few churches dedicated to the 318 Godbearing Fathers of the First Ecumenical Council of Nicaea but we have recently discovered that there is a cave church that shares the dedication in the Oreites Forest in Cyprus.
A Brief Encounter…with Orthodox Christianity…in South Sudan. Perhaps. My Air Dubai flight took a last turn and steadied for its final descent towards the runway of Juba International Airport, the main landing point for South Sudan, still the world’s newest