Metropolitan Nicholas and Members of the Diocesan Apostolate For Youth To Be Featured on Come Receive the Light
Orthodox Radio Program
November 28, 2008
JOHNSTOWN, PA - In recent months, interest has been
expressed by the SCOBA endorsed Orthodox Christian Network, (OCN) to collaborate
with our diocese in producing educational programing for the popular Come
Receive the Light Radio Program. Of particular interest to OCN is the work
of the Diocesan Apostolate For Youth (DAY). Plans are being made to produce
several Orthodox Teen Talk Online (OTTO) programs during the coming year which
will feature diocesan youth informally dialoguing about contemporary moral
issues facing teenagers.
Along with His Eminence, Metropolitan Nicholas, several members of the
Diocesan Apostolate For Youth have been asked to speak on some aspect of Youth
On November 21, 2008. Fr. Andrew Fetchina, the director of DAY spoke on the
topic Raising Faithful Kids in Today's World. Click Here to
listen to Fr. Andrew's interview.
In the coming weeks inteviews will be
aired with His Eminence Metropolitan Nicholas about St. Nicholas the
Wonderworker: the Very Rev. Miles Zdinak about the recent youth pilgrimage to
the House of Miracles and the Very Rev. Fr. Peter Paproski on Daniel and the
Three Holy Youths - A Model for Today's Youth .
Currently, Come Receive The Light is presently broadcast in 13 US
states and the Bahamas.
Click Here for a listing of radio stations carrying the program. The program
may also be heard on the internet. Click Here to listen on the
The Orthodox Christian Network was officially endorsed by the Standing
Conference of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of America (SCOBA) in 2003. The
mission of the Orthodox Christian Network is to strengthen the Orthodox
communities of America by using modern communications technologies - radio, the
Internet, DVD's, podcasts, television and more - to inspire our faithful; raise
up our children; call back our wayward; and reach beyond to our towns and
In addition to Come Receive the Light , OCN provides two 24 hour
internet radio programs, the Rudder and the Ark. It also produces educational
podcasts on a variety of topics.