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MERCER, PA – The National Jr. ACRY will once again be hosting its Weekend Encounter at Camp Nazareth over Veteran’s Day Weekend. The event will be held from November 7-9, 2014, and is open to youth ages 8 – 18. Attendees do not have to be a member of the Jr. ACRY to attend. The weekend’s activities will include time for prayer, Read more...
WARREN, OHIO -- The 2014-2015 Academic Year began on September 2, 2015 at Holy Trinity Orthodox Christian Academy of Warren, Ohio. Holy Trinity Orthodox Christian Academy offers a faith based education for students from Pre Kindergarten to the 6th grade. Read more...
JOHNSTOWN, PA -- [Diocesan Chancery] His Grace, Bishop Gregory, in an archpastoral letter to all Diocesan Clergy dated September 2, 2014, has designated Sunday September 14, 2014, as College Student Sunday. The purpose of this observance is to recognize our college students and bring awareness to Orthodox campus ministry that is taking place through the efforts of the Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF), an endorsed ministry of the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops Read more...
JOHNSTOWN, PA -- [ National ACRY] With the Blessing of His Grace, Bishop Gregory, the officers of the National ACRY (American Carpatho Russian Youth) are pleased to announce that long-time ACRY member, Deacon Matthew Dutko, will be ordained to the Holy Priesthood by His Grace, Bishop Gregory at this coming weekend's Annual Senior and Junior ACRY Convention Liturgy, at Holy Ghost Orthodox Church in Phoenixville, PA. Read more...
MINGO COUNTY, WV -- From Saturday, June 19 to Sunday, June 27, the Orthodox Youth Mission Team traveled to Mingo County, West Virginia - Home of the Hatfield and McCoy Feud. Ten months of preparations culminated in 28 people - 9 adults and 19 youths from six different parishes and three different Orthodox jurisdictions - traveling to Matewan, WV to work on four different projects for four different families. Lives were changed, peoples homes were repaired, but more importantly the Love of Christ was experienced in a way that challenged all those who went. The week began with Divine Liturgy at St. Mary's Church in Bluefield, WV Read more...
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