St. Simeon Skete, Taylorsville Kentucky USA
With St. Simeon, the God receiver, as our patron, the skete seeks to practice the ideals found in our Rule, The Thousand Day Nazareth. In simplicity and poverty, the skete embraces the struggle of inner life through the practice of the Prayer Rope.
See our website at www.nazarethhouseap.org
Donations should be addressed to: Nazareth House Apostolate, 185 Captains Cove Drive, Taylorsville, Kentucky 40071.
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Thursday, January 28, 2010
During the elections, Paygay's mother looks on...
P C Paygay walks through the streets, greeting the people of Kabala.
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Sunday, January 24, 2010
Kondonwulay Paygay Mansaray writes:
Thanks for all your support and prayers in my election as CHIEF. Special thanks to my tribal authorities, women and children of Kabala, for giving me this honor and to you the Nazareth House Apostolate Staff, especially Fr. (Seraphim) Hicks of Louisville Kentucky and Mama Vicki for all your prayers.
THANKS A MILLON FROM THE GBAKU OF WARA WARA YAGALA .
Friday, January 22, 2010
Thursday, January 21, 2010
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Nazareth House Apostolate apologizes for the silence on the blog these past weeks. Our staff, workers, and supporters have been anything but silent. They have been actively working hard to see that 2010 brings as much compassion and love to the people of Sierra Leone as NHA showered on them in 2009. We thank you for your continued support. Invite your friends to be a part of this meaningful apostolate. Together we are changing many lives for the better.
At year end, we found ourselves delivering shoes and we are still handing them out, every time we see a pair of bare feet.
Having a few candy canes left to give away, James and the family handed them out.
We were delighted that this year the candy canes arrived in Freetown in time for Christmas delivery.
Nazareth House welcomes its newest and tiniest supporter, Leila.
My granddaughter was born one month premature due to her mother's preeclampsia. She and mommy are healthy and doing fine. We thank all of you for your prayers before, during and after the birth.