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Kevin Basil Fritts, editor since the Sunday after Theophany and Priest-martyr Philip, metropolitan of Moscow and all Russia (9 January) 2005. Sysop since the feast of St. Xenia of Rome (24 January) 2005.


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My blog is Decimation & Reconstruction, an ecclectic mishmash of opinions on nearly everything.

Self-portrait of User:basil

I am a seminarian in the Orthodox Church in America. I was a founding member of St Athanasius Orthodox Church, Nicholasville, KY. I am also a veteran. While in the service of the US Navy, I attended services at Dormition of the Theotokos (Orthodox Church in America) and Annunciation Cathedral (Greek Archdiocese) in Norfolk, Virginia, St. Nicholas Orthodox Church (Greek Archdiocese) in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Holy Trinity Orthodox Church, cathedral of the New England diocese (OCA), St. Nicholas (OCA) in Norwich, Connecticut, and St. Sophia (Greek) in New London, Connecticut.

I graduated with a degree in Philosophy from Asbury University (then Asbury College) in Wilmore, KY. I am currently studying at St Vladimir's Seminary. Please keep me in your prayers.

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