Posts about new year

The Sounding

Conversations with Abba Isaac: For the Health of Body and Soul

For the past week a disturbing phenomenon has been taking place.  The usually quiet and relatively uncrowded gym of which I am a member has been full…

Jan 09, 2015
Come Receive the Light

Confessing Sin to a Loving God

​Have you made any resolutions for the New Year? Are you hoping to put the old year behind you? This week, we have the first of many discussions with…

Jan 09, 2015
The Sounding

Happy New Me!

Happy New Me! Naturally, you might be thinking what sort of a peculiar wish this is that we make at the beginning of the New Year. We are all accustomed…

Jan 05, 2015
Come Receive the Light - Greek

Εθιμα και παραδόσεις για την αρχή του χρόνου

Μικρά διηγήματα, ήθιμα και παραδόσεις απο την Ελλάδα και την Μικρασία για την αρχή…

Dec 27, 2014
Orthodoxy Explained

Connecting with God

On Theologically Thinking, Fr. William Chiganos of the Holy Apostles Church in Westchester, IL joins us for a New Year message, Connecting with God. Fr….

Jan 02, 2014
Orthodoxy Explained

The Story of Saint Basil

On Special Moments in Orthodoxy, Fr. Spiro Bobotas tells the story and significance of St. Basil, whose Feast Day is January 1st.

Jan 02, 2014
Come Receive the Light - Greek

“O νέος χρόνος ως νέα ευκαιρία εν Χριστώ”

Ο Δημήτρης Καραβασίλης παρουσιάζει την ορθόδοξη αντίληψη περι του χρόνου. Ο χρόνος…

Jan 02, 2014

Only This Weekend Left — Help Us Reach Our Goal of 500 Donors!

Thank you so much to the 400 people who have joined our campaign to give 10 cents a day to share the faith & help keep OCN online.

We are a small non-profit with a global reach. 100% of your gift goes directly to ministry — comforting, inspiring, and connecting Orthodox Christians worldwide. 0% of your donation goes to overhead. If you feel the Orthodox Christian faith is something we should share with the world, then consider joining our mission by giving 10 cents per day. Only this weekend left to help us reach our goal, so please join us today!

Wishing you many blessings! — Fr. Christopher Metropulos, OCN Executive Director

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