the Divine Liturgy is infectious…

Amy Welborn agrees, so it must be so. I thought this was cute; she writes, “Do not promise your 4-year old that he will get bread at the end of the Liturgy unless you are very, very sure, they are not going to run out before you get up there.”

This is very true. If my son doesn’t come to liturgy with me I take some antidoron home to him.

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/02645484704486562810 Mimi

    So you were the one snarfing up the antideron from her son, eh?????Grin.I thought that was a cute line too.