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Yes, I'm back with another update of the building progress of Annunciation Byzantine Catholic Church in Anaheim, CA [annunciationbyzantine.org] .

Below is a sneak peek:

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We are praying that we will be able to celebrate the Nativity of our Lord in the new temple.

The rest of the pics can be viewed in my Webshots Nov 2005 album [community.webshots.com] .

Michelle

P.S. Yes, there are pews. If you really feel the need to vent about it, I respectfully request that you please start your own thread so that this one can remain pleasant. Thank you.

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Michelle,

The dome looks great. I am looking forward to seeing a final product photo-by the Nativity, God willing-when it is completed.

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Michelle

The photos are fantastic - you are so lucky there in Anaheim being able to plan and build such a wonderful Temple .

Oh I hope we see the " finished " photos soon smile

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WOW! You are so Lucky to have such a Beautiful Church!

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I will not vent then... wink

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Beautiful Church! Thanks for posting the pictures.

Nick

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Michelle--it's absolutely beautiful! Who is the iconographer?

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Most Beautiful!!! What is the budget for the project? How many parishioneers do you have?

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Michelle--it's absolutely beautiful! Who is the iconographer?
Unfortunately, I don't remember his last name. His first name is Victor.

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Most Beautiful!!! What is the budget for the project? How many parishioneers do you have?
I don't know or remember what the budget is. confused

Last official count of members I remember seeing for our parish was 96 families on the books (I think) but we've had a few deaths, other departures, and new additions since then so I'm really not sure. More than 90, less than 100. How's that for a guess? :p

Boy, I'm full of factoids, aren't I? :rolleyes:

In Christ, Michelle


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