GREEK ORTHODOX ARCHON REGIONAL COMMANDERS HOST ARCHON SYMPOSIUM IN VALPARAISO, INDIANA

GREEK ORTHODOX ARCHON REGIONAL COMMANDERS HOST ARCHON SYMPOSIUM IN VALPARAISO, INDIANA

PRESENTATION BY ARCHONS DISPLAYED FOR THE PARISHIONERS THE NEED FOR INDIANA SENATE RESOLUTION 2 TO PASS THE INDIANA STATE LEGISLATURE IN 2017   VALPARAISO, IN: The Metropolis of Chicago Regional Commanders of the Greek Orthodox Order of Saint Andrew (Archons) Gus Pablecas and John Manos visited St Iakovos Greek Orthodox...

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Some thoughts on Great Lent

Some thoughts on Great Lent

Metropolitan Ioïl (Frangkakos) of Edessa, Pella, and Almopia   It’s well known that, in this period, we have two fasts. There are seven weeks of strict fasting, preceded by Cheese-fare week, making eight weeks in all. For many, this is a pleasant and desirable time, for others it’s difficult and...

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Joyful Sadness

Joyful Sadness

The Journey to the Cross and Resurrection of Christ Truly, truly I say to you, you will weep and lament, but the world will rejoice; you will be sorrowful, but your sorrow will turn into joy.  When a woman is in travail she has sorrow, because he hour has come...

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Walking the Spiritual Tightrope: Achieving ‘Balance’ in Our Lives – Live Adult Education Class

Walking the Spiritual Tightrope: Achieving ‘Balance’ in Our Lives – Live Adult Education Class

LIVE Adult Education on “Walking the Spiritual Tightrope: Achieving ‘Balance’ in Our Lives” from St George Greek Orthodox Church. We put a lot of time and effort into achieving balance in our lives. What do we mean by balance? What should a life lived in balance look like for an...

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