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Not sure if this has been posted here yet.

Just saw this from the ACROD site: [acrod.org]

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Great Vespers For Protection of Mother of God to Be Broadcast Live

JOHNSTOWN, PA -- The Diocesan Chancery has announced that Great Vespers for the Feast of the Protection of the Mother of God will be broadcast live from Christ the Saviour Cathedral on Wednesday October 13, 2010 at 4:00 pm. Special guests in attendance at the festal vespers will be students and faculty of Sts Cyril and Methodius Byzantine Catholic Seminary of Pittsburgh, PA. Click here to view Vespers Service. [acrod.org] Note: Link is only active during broadcast time.


A request to those with contacts at the ACROD site: Will this be archived? I'm sure it'd be something that people later would enjoy viewing.

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Anyone from the Forum going?

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A request to those with contacts at the ACROD site: Will this be archived? I'm sure it'd be something that people later would enjoy viewing.


I was wondering the same thing myself. I will try and find out from Fr. Peter, however, it may take a few days, all 4 of the priests in CT are down in Johnstown for Fr. David Cochran’s Elevation to Protopresbyter (St. John's-Bridgeport, CT (Mill Hill Ave.))

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Thanks for asking. I would like to watch this but because of the time difference between East and West coast I'll probably miss most of this.

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Due to work I was unable to view this. Anyone here get to watch it?

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I tried to log on to watch it and it wouldn't load

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Originally Posted by DTBrown
Anyone here get to watch it?

Watch it? I LIVED IT! grin

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Do you think it'll get archived on the ACROD site? Many of us would like to watch it. PLEASE! smile

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I expect it will be up soon. They are usually pretty good about making archives available. If you don't see it up soon, emailing the webmaster will get a pretty speedy reply.

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Thanks for the suggestion. It worked! I got an email back from Fr. Peter Paproski and this Vespers service is now available for viewing here. [acrod.org]

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The text of Metropolitan Nicholas's homily at the event is now online at the ACROD site [acrod.org].

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Originally Posted by MDecerbo
The text of Metropolitan Nicholas's homily at the event is now online at the ACROD site [acrod.org].

On a related matter, how is Metropolitan Nicholas? May God grant Metropolitan Nicholas peace, health and happiness, nam mnohaja i blahaja l'ita, Vladyka Nikolaj!

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Originally Posted by Ung-Certez
May God grant Metropolitan Nicholas peace, health and happiness, nam mnohaja i blahaja l'ita, Vladyka Nikolaj!

Eis polla aeti, Despota!

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I am pleased to report that His Eminence, Metropolitan Nicholas' health is improving and that he has resumed a limited schedule. Please continue to pray for him so that he may be able to continue his efforts to bind the wounds that have sundered our hearts these many years and built a basis for continued brotherly love and Christian understanding.

Many Years, O Master! Eis polla eti, Despota. Nam Nohaja L'ita,Vladyko!

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I agree with his eminence in regards to the calculation of Easter.


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