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Great Lent begins February 27th 

VIDEO: "Great Lent: 7 Questions & 7 Answers"

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Archpastoral Letter from Archbishop Michael >

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ANNUAL LENTEN TEEN RETREAT: 10-12 MARCH 2017

The Annual Diocesan Lenten Teen Retreat is scheduled for 10-12 March 2017 at Saint Basil Academy located at 79 St. Basil's Rd, Garrison NY 10524. Teens in grades 7-12 are encouraged to attend! There is no charge to participate in this three day event. Participants may begin arriving for check-in on Friday, 10 March, beginning at 6:30 PM. The theme will be “The Challenge: Who Are We Called To Be?” Guest speaker Greg Fedorchak will have candid discussions addressing participants’ aspirations and suggest ways in which they can keep God and the Church in their lives while in pursuit of their goals. Additionally, as a Diocesan sponsored event, Archbishop Michael will be in attendance for part of the weekend. Saint Basil Academy sits on the Hudson River across from West Point Military Academy, approximately an hour north of New York City. During their free time participants will be able to take advantage of the center’s indoor gym/basketball court and quaint chapel. See "Upcoming Events" on this webpage for information, details, and registration.



ANNUAL CONFERENCE: Brotherhood of Saint Moses the Black

The annual Conference of the Brotherhood of Saint Moses the Black will be convened on 6-8 October 2017 in Princeton NJ. The theme is: "Closer to Christ, Closer to Each Other." The Brotherhood is a pan-Orthodox organization committed to making the Orthodox faith available to the African American community in America.

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ANNUAL MARCH FOR LIFE: Washington DC, 27 January 2017

As in years past, Orthodox Christian hierarchs, seminarians, clergy, and faithful from around the country participated in the annual "March For Life." While in the nation’s capital, Metropolitan Tikhon attended the Vigil at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. Other hierarchs  of the Orthodox Church in America participating in the march included our own Archbishop Michael, along with Archbishop Nathaniel and Archbishop Melchisedek. Other Orthodox hierarch in attendance were: Bishop Maxim of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Bishop John of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America, and Bishop Dimitrios of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago. “Gathering together in a peaceful way to give voice and raise awareness to the sorrowful effects of abortion and its legalization is very important,” said Priest Andrew Bartek (Rector, Saint Panteleimon Church, Summit IL).



DDB 2017: Underway and Ready to Report!

The 2017 Distinguished Diocesan Benefactors initiative is up-and-running, with many already enrolled as members! Soon, the first listing of DDBs for this year (the “Honor Roll”) will be published on this website. The complete listing of last year’s DDBs may be found here >. To learn all about this year’s DDB and discover how easy it is to join others in offering vital financial support to diocesan ministries, please visit Vision for Our Future” or go here >



PRINCETON NJ: Letter to Mother of God, Joy of All Who Sorrow, Parish

"A letter was found by my wife Jeanne under the door of the church when she came to set up for the potluck dinner we were going to have after Vespers on Saturday, 14 January," said Father Peter Baktis (parish rector). "I read the letter after liturgy on Sunday. When we had our first flea market this fall at the church neighbors came and visited the church. They told me they called the site the "dead house" (for the past four years before we started to complete the site). We are far from dead now and are a witness to the life that is given to us in Jesus Christ!"



"Many Years!"

On 28 December 2016, Father Paul Shafran celebrated his 69th anniversary of ordination to the Holy Priesthood and, on 27 November, he and Matushka Mary celebrated their 69th wedding anniversary at Saint Vladimir Orthodox Church in Trenton NJ (where Father Paul is Pastor Emeritus).  The parish sang “Many Years” for both of them Sunday, 1 January 2017, in honor of Father Paul’s ordination anniversary; unfortunately, Matushka Mary unable to attend. “Many Years! Father Paul & Matushka Mary!”




UPCOMING EVENTS
On the Diocesan Calendar

 

 

February 27, 2017

  Beginning of

  Great Lent

 

 

March 10-12, 2017

Lenten

  Teen

     Retreat

"Who are we

called to be?"

  event flyer >

   details & information >

   registration >

   chaperones >

   Register On-Line >

 

 

March 16, 2017

Diocesan Council

Meeting

  Diocesan Chancery

  Bronxville NY

  

 

April 9, 2017

"PALM SUNDAY"

Entry of Our Lord

into Jerusalem

 

 

April 10-15, 2017

HOLY

WEEK

 

 

April 16, 2017

  PASCHA

  The Resurrection

    of Our Lord,

     God & Savior

      Jesus Christ

 

 

April 28, 2017

   "Sleep Out"

    to support

    Homeless Youth

Orthodox Church

of the Holy Cross

Medford NJ

7:00 p.m.

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May 18, 2017

Presbyters Council

Meeting

  Diocesan Chancery

  Bronxville NY

  11:00 a.m.

 

 

June 4-17, 2017

Pentecost Pilgrimage

to the Holy Land

with

Archbishop Michael

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October 6-8, 2017

   Annual Conference:

   The Brotherhood of

   Saint Moses the Black

      "Closer to Christ,

   Closer to Each Other"

Princeton NJ

event flyer >

 



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