Thursday, October 23, 2008

Study Guide: One Flew Over the Onion Dome, and More on St. Luke

If you are reading One Flew Over the Onion Dome by Fr. Joe Huneycutt, the study guide authored by Lee Kopulos is now a downloadable PDF file on this blog! Simply download the guide to your computer, print, and study. You can find it at left under "Worksheets & Study Guides." You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view this file. You can get Adobe Acrobat Reader here. It's FREE.

Fr. Huneycutt also has an Orthodox blog called Orthodixie: Southern, Orthodox, Convert, etc. You'll want to check it out. As we say in the south, "It's a hoot!" There's serious stuff, too. Enjoy!

Lee Kopulos has also written a wonderful article about our church's patron Saint, Luke the Evangelist. He begins:

"As many of you know from my previous book review article on St. Luke, he has had a profound impact on my family. You might remember how Linda and I, upon choosing the name of Luke for our son, came to the church in Olympia Fields, IL. in 1980 to announce it to our Priest, Fr. George Zervos. Fr, George was amazed for he had just got off the phone with Fr. Isaiah, the Diocesan Chancellor, who had advised him that the new Baptistry would be named after St. Luke. “What a joy and prophecy, your Luke will be the first baby baptized there,” said Fr. George. “It surely is the will of God that he be so named!” said Father." Read more...

You can also download Lee's article from a new category on this blog, "By Students" at left. Thank you, Lee, for your wonderful contributions!

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