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Source: Mystagogy Metropolitan John of Lagada and Exarch of Central Macedonia has called 2011 “the year of Saint Kyranna”, which was inaugurated on the feast of the Saint on 8 January 2011. The center of the festivities has been in the village of Ossa, near Thessaloniki, where the Saint lived and where a magnificent Greek Orthodox church exists in her honor. To read about the life and martyrdom of Saint Kyranna, see Following the heroic and martyric death of the young Saint Kyranna on 28 February 1751, the faithful took her precious relics and had her buried outside the city…

NEW YORK, NY [OCA] Orthodox Church in America at UN Opening Ceremony His Beatitude, Metropolitan Jonah, the leader of the Orthodox Church in America, was among the religious leaders invited to attend ceremonies marking the opening of the 66th session of the United Nations’ General Assembly at the Church of the Holy Family here Monday, September 12, 2011. The ceremony was hosted by the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the UN and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York. For many years, the Primate of the Orthodox Church in America, as well as representatives of other Orthodox…

Source: Orthodoxy Today By Fr. Steven C. Salaris So why do 60% of our college youth leave Orthodoxy? Last year, I attended a clergy gathering where we had several “workshops” discussing the importance of Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF), ministry to college students, and what I call “The 60%.” This term derives from a recent study revealing that 60% of college students never return to church after college. This sad data applies to Orthodox Christians, too. When discussing this with others, my scientific brain (I’m a former biology professor) wanted data to back up the claim. I wanted to identify the…

Terry Mattingly gives a though-provoking talk about Orthodoxy in America from the perspective of a journalism professor and one who converted to the faith. He talks about the importance of a commitment to a sacramental life as the key to creating a united Orthodox Church in North America. Listen here: [audio:http://roea.org/files/Audio/Mattingly_Terry_Unity_11042007.mp3|titles=Terry Mattingly: Orthodox Unity]

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