Vice President Joseph Biden to Speak at Greek Orthodox Clergy Laity Congress

Are you planning to attend the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Clergy Laity Congress in Philadelphia this coming week? The Vice President is! The Archdiocese has announced that Vice President Joseph Biden will speak at the Grand Banquet which traditionally marks the close of the Congress.

Vice President Joe Biden to Deliver Remarks to the 42nd Clergy Laity Congress in Philadelphia

NEW YORK – Vice President Joe Biden will deliver remarks at the Grand Banquet of the 42nd Biennial Clergy-Laity Congress of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.

The Grand Banquet is traditionally the concluding event of the Clergy-Laity Congress, and it will take place the evening of July 9. Eighteen hundred delegates and guests are expected to be in attendance.

His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of America will preside at the 42nd Biennial Clergy Laity Congress which will convene this year in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 6- 10, 2014, at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown Hotel and it will focus on the theme of this Congress “The Orthodox Christian Family: A Dwelling of Christ and a Witness of His Gospel.” Concurrently with the Clergy-Laity Congress, the Greek Orthodox Ladies Philoptochos Society will convene its Biennial National Convention in the same venue.

Read the full article here.

___________________________________
Posted by the Orthodox Christian Network.  You can find the Orthodox Christian Network on Google+.

written by
avatar
Orthodox Christian Network brings you news of events and people…
Related Posts

Help Us Reach Millions for Christ During Lent

In 2014, OCN experienced amazing growth of 2,500% and is reaching millions of people worldwide, 72% of whom are 34 or younger…the next generation of Church leaders! Please join us, as we plan for even greater growth in 2015. During our Lenten/Paschal appeal, 100% of your gift goes directly to mission, 0% to overhead. For just 10 cents a day you can comfort, inspire, and inform people worldwide. Thank you for your support.

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

$
     Click Here »