IOCC Has a Weekly Lenten Reflection

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The veneration of the Cross renews and refocuses our Lenten journey by bringing our attention back to Christ, back to the love of God for us.

Are you looking for more inspiration during the Lenten Season?  The International Orthodox Christian Charities, our sister ministry under the Assembly of Canonical Bishops of the United Stated of America has a helpful tool you can download.  WEEKLY SPIRITUAL REFLECTIONS FOR GREAT LENT is written by six clergy and laity who have been longtime supporters of International Orthodox Christian Charities.

First Sunday of Lent

Archbishop Nicolae Romanian Orthodox Archdiocese in the Americas on Sunday of Orthodoxy.

Second Sunday of Lent

Father Nicholas Triantafilou on  St. Gregory Palamas.

Third Sunday of Lent

Father Leonid Kishkovsky on Veneration of the Holy Cross

Fourth Sunday of Lent

Gayle E. Woloschak, PhD on St. John Climacus (or St. John of the Ladder)

Fifth Sunday of Lent

Very Reverend Father Michael Ellias on the life of St. Mary of Egypt.

The Sixth Sunday

Very Reverend Stavrofor Srboljub Jockovic on Palm Sunday

 

ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN CHARITIES

MISSION
IOCC, in the spirit of Christ’s love, offers emergency relief and development programs to those in need worldwide, without discrimination, and strengthens the capacity of the Orthodox Church to so respond.

VISION
We envision that, by God’s grace, IOCC will respond, without discrimination, to those who are suffering and in need, to enable them to continue to improve their own lives and communities and to have means to live with dignity, respect and hope.

COMMITMENT & CONTEXT
IOCC, an agency of the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the United States of America, represents Orthodox Christians in North America and understands its work to include developing in Orthodox Christians a commitment to philanthropy and global cooperative involvement in the work of the Orthodox Church.

ABOUT THE ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN NETWORK

The Orthodox Christian Network (OCN) is an official agency of the Assembly of Canonical Bishops of the United Stated of America, originally commissioned by SCOBA to create a national, sustainable, and effective media witness for Orthodox Christianity throughout North America. In a constantly changing media landscape, OCN delivers positive, relevant Orthodox content via multiple delivery platforms, reaching today’s internet users via broadcast, video, blogging, and webinar content.

 

This 501(c)3 is recognized as a leader in the Orthodox Media field and has sustained consistent growth over twenty years. OCN shares the timeless faith of Orthodoxy with the contemporary world through modern media. We are on a mission to inspire Orthodox Christians Worldwide. We have reached 5.7 Million People in One Week.   Much like public radio, the Orthodox Christian Network relies on the support of our listeners, readers, and fans.  If you are interested in supporting our work, you can send your gift by direct mail, over the phone, or on our website.  Your gift will ensure that OCN may continue to offer free, high-quality, theological media.

 

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Presvytera Vassi Makris Haros is a graduate of the University…
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