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A couple of new and much improved parish websites

St Anne's Byzantine [saslo.org], San Luis Obispo, CA

St Basil the Great Byzantine [stbasilsinirving.org], Irving, TX

Many years,

Neil

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"One day all our ethnic traits ... will have disappeared. Time itself is seeing to this. And so we can not think of our communities as ethnic parishes, ... unless we wish to assure the death of our community."
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time for some coffee Neil biggrin

St Basil the Great Byzantine I suspect biggrin

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I'm afraid to guess - what did I type? (and thanks to Father Anthony for fixing whatever it was)


"One day all our ethnic traits ... will have disappeared. Time itself is seeing to this. And so we can not think of our communities as ethnic parishes, ... unless we wish to assure the death of our community."
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it was a slip on the keyboard - just looked rather funny to me smile

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Neil,

You hit the "N" key instead of the "B". No problem.

In IC XC,
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Everyone baptized into Christ should pass progressively through all the stages of Christ's own life, for in baptism he receives the power so to progress, and through the commandments he can discover and learn how to accomplish such progression. - Saint Gregory of Sinai
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Just in case any of you happen to be swinging down South here, I just put together our mission's new website last week:

Saint Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Mission [saintnicholasraleigh.org]

For some reason, I cannot get it to appear in the Google search engine. THe previous website does appear, however:

http://www.geocities.com/saintnicholasraleigh/

I need to contact Yahoo later today to figure out how to do that...any suggestions would be most welcome!

God bless,

Gordo

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Gordo,

Very nice. I updated the link in the mission's entry on the Start-a-Parish list.

As to the link problem - contact Google not Yahoo regarding Google's search engine, but ... if you click the above links, you'll see that the resultant tab on IE for the old site reads:

"Saint Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Mission"

That for the new site reads:

"Meet at Saint Thomas More Academy"

A quick look at the underlying Source View of each site suggests the problem.

Old site -

<title>Saint Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Mission</title>

New site -

<title>Meet at Saint Thomas More Academy - Home</title>

I'd suggest a bit of clean-up in the code.

Many years,

Neil



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And thanks to Matthew Herrera, the webmaster at St Anne's Byzantine in San Luis Obispo, who has kindly added a link to our Eastern & Oriental Catholic Directory to the parish's resource page - I believe the first parish to do so.

Many years,

Neil


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Originally Posted by Irish Melkite
Gordo,

Very nice. I updated the link in the mission's entry on the Start-a-Parish list.

As to the link problem - contact Google not Yahoo regarding Google's search engine, but ... if you click the above links, you'll see that the resultant tab on IE for the old site reads:

"Saint Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Mission"

That for the new site reads:

"Meet at Saint Thomas More Academy"

A quick look at the underlying Source View of each site suggests the problem.

Old site -

<title>Saint Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Mission</title>

New site -

<title>Meet at Saint Thomas More Academy - Home</title>

I'd suggest a bit of clean-up in the code.

Many years,

Neil

Thanks, Neil. When I set it up on Yahoo, I asked for an additional privacy feature. I think it may be preventing the website from going to search engines. My other website, www.catholicchurchgeek.com [catholicchurchgeek.com] , got on almost the next day!

I will also look at the title...

Gracias!

Gordo

PS: Pictures were added today....

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The new websites look fantastic. If I ever wore a hat, it would be certainly be off to all who work hard to make these sites available.

Funny thing: I found myself in one of the pictures! In the last photo of Fr. Mark's ordination, I'm the guy holding the flower-covered crucifix: http://www.kodakgallery.com/Slidesh...489960515.1207522712880&conn_speed=1

God bless,

Chris


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Great Parish/Mission!

The Servers really seem to know what they are doing!
Good work with the ripidia and stuff!

Must be a happening and authentically Byzantine place.

Mnohaya Lyita!

XB!

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Originally Posted by Thepeug
The new websites look fantastic. If I ever wore a hat, it would be certainly be off to all who work hard to make these sites available.

Funny thing: I found myself in one of the pictures! In the last photo of Fr. Mark's ordination, I'm the guy holding the flower-covered crucifix: http://www.kodakgallery.com/Slidesh...489960515.1207522712880&conn_speed=1

God bless,

Chris

How cool is that!

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St. Melany's in Tucson, AZ has put together a new website as well. Please visit us at www.byzantinetucson.com. [byzantinetucson.com.]

God Bless,

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Mike - there may be a problem frown
I tried to access the website and got this
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This domain is missing from the Web server configuration

The domain name is correctly pointing at a valid Web server. This Web server does not recognize this domain name as a valid Web site.

If you are the Webmaster please contact Technical Support.

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Sorry, there was a period (.) that got inluded at the end of the domain name. The link should work now!

http://www.byzantinetucson.com/

Mike Lillie

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