“The Doors, The Doors…”

If you have driven by St. Spyridon lately you will probably have noticed that work is being done on the front doors of the church.  These doors were donated when the Cathedral opened back in the day but were not always maintained properly.  They are absolutely...

This Sunday

Lots of stuff happening this Sunday at the Cathedral, as usual.  Here is a quick checklist: -Most importantly, it is All Saints Day.  The Eastern churches celebrate this on the Sunday after Pentecost and the Western churches celebrate on Nov. 1 (I went to Catholic...

Where Was I?

The title of this post is not so much a reference to my little blogging sabbatical as it is to the events of Easter weekend.  If you were at the Saturday night service you may have noticed I disappeared after the “Christ Is Risen” part and then reappeared...

Holy Week Thoughts

I can’t believe it has been so long since I blogged – my apologies.  Some thoughts on the week so far… -Firstly, you may have read about the toppled sundial below.  The very next day, thanks to the diligence of Jim Economou and a generous plumber who...

Ruh-Roh!

Last night at GOYA we were roaming around the front of the Cathedral grounds cleaning up stones that had been tossed from the roof when the snow was cleared (there is a layer of stones on the flat sections of the roof).  At one point I was lingering near the sundial...