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#388444 - 11/24/12 09:09 PM Funny Moments with Metropolitan Kallistos
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#388446 - 11/25/12 02:24 AM Re: Funny Moments with Metropolitan Kallistos [Re: 70x7]
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For those within driving distance of Villanova University on the west side of Philadelphia, His Grace will be giving a lecture (probably with a few jokes included) on Thursday, December 6 at 7 pm in conjunction with the extensive icon exhibit in the Art Gallery of the Connelly Center that is open now through mid December. His talk will be along the lines of "Icon: Doorway into the Kingdom." The exhibit has over 100 icons on display, along with many religious articles, relics and vestments, from various private collections. It has been organized by Fr Richard Cannulli, OSA, Director of the Art Gallery, and Fr John Perich, pastor of St Herman of Alaska Church in Philadelphia and administrator of St Nicholas OCA Cathedral in Washington. OLTV is recording the other lectures (one tomorrow on the Root Icon and a panel next Wednesday on the icon of the greeting of Elizabeth and Mary) and they along with a tour of the exhibit will be available in the near future.

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