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How to Make an Olive Oil Vigil Lamp for Your Icon Corner

“And you shall command the children of Israel that they bring you pure oil of pressed olives for the light, to cause the lamp to burn continually.”…

Sep 07, 2014
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Our Pinterest Project Received a Thumbs Up from a Homeless Woman

I often refer to my Pinterest boards as my idea bank where I make frequent deposits to a board and enjoy withdrawing ideas as often as possible. Recently,…

Jul 01, 2014
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Teaching the Ten Commandments

I realized the other day that I’ve never sat down with my children and taught them about the Ten Commandments.   Oh, we’ve talked about the…

Oct 18, 2013
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Elevation of the Cross Prayer Beads

On September 14, we will be celebrating the Elevation of the Cross, and by celebrating I mean fasting. For this is one of two feast days which we actually…

Sep 12, 2013
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Transfiguration: It’s All about Change

Transfiguration is a mighty big word for little minds to grasp. Add to that the fact that this feast is tucked away in the Dormition Fast, and it is easy…

Aug 01, 2013
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Video: Pentecost Tongues of Flame Craft

In two short weeks, we will be celebrating Pentecost. This is one of my parish’s patronal feast days, so it’s a pretty big deal for us, and…

Jun 07, 2013

Our January Campaign Is Almost Over — Help Us Reach Our Goal of 500 Donors!

Thank you so much to the 400 people who have joined our January 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 a few days are 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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