Thursday, December 30, 2010


There's not much here yet, but I hope that will change quickly. I got an About page and a Help page up, I updated my YouTube channel, created a Facebook page, I just started a Google map for Eastern and Oriental Catholics, and now I need to set about the work of connecting with those wise souls whom I hope to feature here.

So what is there to do right now? Offer to help, update the google map, spread the word, become a follower and put this blog in your RSS feed so you get updates, friend me on facebook, and pray!

I am learning as I go and hope to have the bulk of the blog world learning curve complete by the middle of 2011. I don't know if that's realistic, so please pray for me!



  1. Christ is born!
    I'm so pleased you've started this site for more of your sharing of our great EC/OC Traditions. Thank you.


    A strange and most wonderful mystery do I see: the cave is heaven; The virgin the throne of the cherubim; the manger a room, in which Christ, the God whom nothing can contain, is laid. Him do we praise and magnify. -Nativity Canon

  2. Marylouise,

    I feel like everything is official now that I have my first ever blog comment! LOL! Thank you for your support!

  3. Christ is born! Happy New Year!
    Marylouise made me aware of your blog, Toutube video, and Facebook page, and I really like them all. Keep up the good work! :)
    I have a blog about shrines in the Holy Land and Byzantine rite prayers, called Echoes from Byzantine Palaestine. You are most welcome to check it out:

  4. Glorify Him!

    Thanks, Jack! I will definitely check out your blog. I think I'm going to add a top-level page for links of interest and fellow Eastern and Oriental Catholic bloggers will be one of the categories. Once I do so, I'll be sure to add yours.


I love comments. It lets me know people are reading and want me to continue the project!

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