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Source: Orthodox Christian Laity Two ways to become a subscriber and receive a Daily Digest of articles from ocl.org: 1)  There’s a pop-up at the bottom right side of the home page that says: “Join our UserBase”. Just enter your email address, press the green Submit button, and a daily digest of articles will be sent to you. 2)  Another option is to sign up at the end of any article on ocl.org. There’s a field that says “Enter email address…”, then click the “Subscribe” button. Share this service with your friends, like OCL on Facebook, follow OCL on Twitter and…

Source: Orthodox Christian Laity Dear Members, Friends and Supporters of Orthodox Christian Laity, Once again, it is time to thank you for your support and to ask you to please renew your annual membership to OCL.  OCL’s budget requirements are $100,000 annually.  With your help, we have been able to meet these budget requirements so that we can continue to be the independent voice of the laity – the laity vigorously advocating for Orthodox Christian renewal by promoting, educating, and providing you with information on the work of the Assembly of Bishops as they move ahead with fulfilling the charge…

Spring Board Meeting at Orthodox Christian Mission Center   –  OCL Board Members and spouses attending. (L-R): Susan Haikalis – CA; Christ Xeros – TX; John Regule – FL; Roy Snyder – MO; Harriet Pontikes – IL; George Karcazes – IL; Andrew Kartalis – OH; His Eminence Archbishop Nathaniel –  MI; Peter Haikalis – CA; Catherine Kartalis – OH; Bell Petkas – TX; Peter Zarras – NJ; George Matsoukas – FL; Peter J. Petkas – TX; George Pontikes, President – IL. Present but not in the photo: Bill Souvall – UT.

Source: Wyoming News 1932-2015 Anthony G. Andrikopoulos, 82, went to be with the Lord on April 11. He was born April 21, 1932, in Greeley, Colo., to Margaret E. (Roman) Andrikopoulos and George B. Andrikopoulos. Anthony graduated from Cheyenne High School in 1950, the University of Wyoming in 1956 and was honorably discharged from the U.S. Naval Reserve in 1958. He established his own oil and gas business in 1960, A.G. Andrikopoulos Resources Inc. He was inducted into the Rocky Mountain Oil and Gas Hall of Fame in 2009. He served on the boards of several local charitable organizations and…

Source: Orthodox Christian Laity On February 20, 2015, Orthodox Christian Laity (OCL) hosted an Open Forum for interested clergy and laity in the Jacksonville/St Augustine, Florida area on the progress of the Assembly of Bishops as they finalize a blueprint for Orthodox Unity in the USA. Videos of the Forum at which His Eminence, Archbishop Nathaniel was the principal speaker, are available below: Part 1  Part 2

Source: Orthodox Christian Laity For many years, the Orthodox Christian Laity (OCL) Board has been blessed to have Father Thomas Hopko, of blessed memory, serve as an advisory board member.  We have been enriched by his prayers and council. He never hesitated to express his views.  He provided the organization with a perspective that was strong, clear and related to his convictions and integrity.   From all that is being written at this time of his falling asleep in the Lord, we are overwhelmed by his service to the Orthodox Faith in the United States as pastor and teacher.   He was…

Source: GK Publishing Combination of Biblical History, Archeology, the Mystical and Exotic Locations Develops Suspense and Action Time Travel Thriller Discussions of shared passions for the archaic secret writings of the Dead Sea Scrolls actually discovered at the NW shore of the Dead Sea between 1947-1956, conspiracy theories and time travel, led Jay Stamatis and his father, Steven Stamatis, to collaborate on a novel. The result— Scroll Back – a historical fiction story has been released by GK Publishing. The creative alliance bringing together two generations of awareness and enlightenment has proven meaningful for both Jay Stamatis, graphics industry marketer…

Source: Orthodox Christian Laity A Great and Holy Council of all the Orthodox Churches is scheduled in 2016 to consider, among other issues, how to unite the Church in the United States of America.  Now is the time to prepare for this awesome event.  You can be a part of the process!  Local advocates are needed.  Are you interested in being the Orthodox Christian Unity advocate in your parish community? If you are committed to the canonical order of an autocephalous, unified Orthodox Church in the USA, you can help this become a reality by: Becoming the “go-to person” in…

Source: Orthodox Christian Laity Sunday of Orthodoxy, March 1, 2015  “… move beyond words to actions… putting our theology into practice… moving beyond what is mine and yours, to what is ours.” This important message was conveyed by His All Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew to the Assembly of Orthodox Bishops at their fifth official meeting which was held in Dallas, Texas on September 15-19, 2014.  Unfortunately, the various proposals that were presented by the bishops defer the establishment of an autocephalous Orthodox Christian Church in the United States of America for at least another ten years. The Orthodox Christian Laity…

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