May 11, 2012, Dallas Ground has been broken at St. Seraphim Cathedral in Dallas to build the mausoleum to be the final resting place for the corpus of Archbishop Dmitri. Metropolitan Jonah, Subdeacon Jeff Wynn, Milos Konjevich, diocesan treasurer, and Subdeacon Vladimir Gregorenko have met with the architect Nick Unich and his associate to design the new chapel.
According to Michael Smith, task force member and parish council member, “We couldn’t be more excited. This is a positive uplifting experience for the entire Diocese of the South to have Vladyka back with us.”
With the foundation scheduled to be poured the week of May 14th, Archbishop Dmitri could arrive back at the cathedral as early as July 1. The chapel construction should start shortly thereafter and take nine to 12 months. There is approximately 40% of the funds available to complete construction of the chapel.
A new website at AbpDmitri.org (under construction) has been established to follow the progress of construction.
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Murray Michael Smith
[ED. This is exciting! We will keep everybody posted on the progress of the construction at St Seraphim's. If you are so inclined, please feel free to make a contribution. It will be a blessing to you as well as to our venerable Vladyka.]