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#416585 - 12/20/16 06:50 PM The Joy of Byzantine Catholicism
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The Joy of Byzantine Catholicism
By contributing writer Christopher Woods for KidSpirit’s Happiness issue.
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Chris Woods is a 15-year-old homeschooler in 10th grade in the south suburbs of Chicago. Writing is one of his favorite hobbies, and he is wonderfully happy to use this hobby to share his faith. Other hobbies include reading, listening to classical music and music from favorite movies and TV shows, Doctor Who, strategy games, and bike rides (usually to the library).

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#416627 - 01/04/17 10:19 PM Re: The Joy of Byzantine Catholicism [Re: ajk]
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Nice article. I am surprised that the Huffington Post decided to publish it.

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#416645 - 01/11/17 08:49 PM Re: The Joy of Byzantine Catholicism [Re: ajk]
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Chis Woods' older brother David spent a few weeks with our community (San Antonio Byzantine Catholic Community). He helped cantor, read and serve at the altar. He is a most impressive young man and I am sure Chris is too. I commend their parents for a job so well done.

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