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Bells being rung for the first time
Palos Hills pastor will bless six bronze additions to bell tower tonight by Jim Hook Daily Southtown - Date: December 5th, 2002
Service of blessing the bells - Service from St. Nicholos Day for blessing new church bells
Raising of the Bells at St. Luke - by Michael Bauml
Rhythm Ringers - by Jim Hook & Carrie Wolfe, Daily Southtown - December 22, 2002
An Excerpt From The Bells of Russia - Edward V. William
Russian Mystery Bell of the San Fernando Mission - Article by Father Andrew Harrison on Russian Bell Mystery
On Bells and Their Ringing - Translated from an editorial article which appeared in the San Francisco Russian language newspaper, "Russian Life", in April of 1983.
When to Ring Bells. - From Archpriest Rostislav Gan's explanations of the Divine services.
Bell Ringing Instructions
Bell Ringing Prayers
Bell Ringing Typikon
The Care of Bells
On Prime Trezvon

Blessing by Archbishop Job

Photo of Lynn, she is the first blessed woman bellringer in America. The Blessing was given on October 24, 2004 by Archbishop Job on the 20 anniversary of St. Luke Parish.

Bells being rung during service

Photo of bells being rung during a service by our bellringers.