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Deacon Herman

Scene from Deacon Herman

Deacon Herman (Jerry) Kincaid served his first Divine Liturgy at St. Luke on the feast of the Transfiguration of Christ. He attended St. Luke from the very beginning years and grew up serving in the altar. He graduated from Lewis College and St. Tikhon's seminary.

Scene from Deacon Herman

He is our first seminary graduate to be ordained from St. Luke. We wish him Many Years! laboring in Christ's vineyard.

Children's Sermon For August

Children's Sermon For August

This months Children's sermon was about the feast of the Transfiguration. Fr. explained how Christ became transfigured to show us how we will be transfigured in heaven. He used a green Peach and a ripe peach as examples of the difference between our earthly and our heavenly body. " We are all like the green peach, when were are ripe Christ will pick us to be with Him in Heaven. He invited all the children to bring fruit next Sunday for the Transfiguration fruit blessing.

Zoo Trip

This is the second time Archbishop Job and Holy Trinity Cathedral have sponsored a trip to the Brookfield Zoo for the children and parents of the Chicago area parishes. About 60 people met at the Zoo from parishes as far away as Indiana.

Diane with her children Dimitrios and Marica in the Gorilla House enjoying the antics of the baby gorilla.

Hello to Hudson, the baby polar bear, who was born at the Zoo in December. He is playing with a large rubber ball in the pond.

Archbishop Job enjoying the Dolphin show. This was the high point of the day seeing the dolphin leaping out of the water and touching a swinging ball.

After the Dolphin show Fr. Andrew and 18 parishioners from Saint Luke gathered for a group shot with Archbishop Job and Fr. John, Dean of Holy Trinity Cathedral. We thank Archbishop Job for a wonderful day with the animals.

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