From June 2010 to June 2011, I lived and served in Péterfalva, Ukraine, an ethnically Hungarian village.  I worked with Ars Longa North America and the Ars Longa Foundation, groups dedicating to enabling community and church development in the Transcarpathian basin.

Click on the Ars Longa tab to learn more about group I worked with.

Click on the Hól (Where) tab to learn more about the village and town I lived in.

For my current blog, visit thoughts on daily liturgies.

Transcarpathia – the region in East-Central Europe between the arc of the Carpathian Mountains.  Primarily flat, good for farming; often swampy

Sojourn – to stay for a time in a place; live temporarily

5 Responses to Explanations

  1. Ellen Sanders says:

    I am enjoying your blog entries very much. You are in our prayers!

  2. bethanywoelk says:

    Szia Cassidhe! I’m so glad that I stumbled upon your blog. You have been on my heart and in my thoughts. I’m so excited for you and the opportunities that are being offered to you. And now that I found you, I am going to shamelessly follow (stalk) your blog. I miss you! Blessings, my friend!

    • Szia, Bethany! I am glad you found me! If I ever feel like someone is watching me, I’ll know who it is.
      I like what I see on your photo-blog. You have such an intense way of viewing the world – keep it up.
      Aldas Békesseg! Blessings and Peace.

  3. Karen Kent says:

    I attend your home church in the States. I am learning more about the Ukraine and your mission work, as I read the pages of your blog. Have you ever seen anyone in the Ukraine play a Nickelharpa? It is a swedish folk instrument that is being now used in different countries, including the States. Friends in Christ

  4. Karen,
    I had never actually heard of a nickelharpa, so I looked it up. Most intriguing instrument – it combines so many elements. I’ll let you know if I see anyone playing it!
    Thanks for reading!

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