Learn to chant, so that you may experience the sweetness of the work, for those who chant are filled with the Holy Spirit. – St. John Chrysostom The history of the Greek Orthodox Church can be described as a history of prayer through song. Following the ancient Greek philosophers, the Fathers of the Church recognized […]
I love being a Pitt Panther. I go to football games, proudly wear blue and gold, and even buy my goddaughters, both age one, matching Pitt gear, with hopes that they will be Panthers one day too. The hype is collective, exciting, and gives most people a sense of community . . . Fortunately for […]
Students at Seton Hall University are working to establish a new OCF chapter! Contact Michelle at email@example.com to get involved!
In the latest episode of the OCF podcast, Media Student Leader Matthew Monos continues his conversation with Fr. Brendan Pelphrey about sharing Orthodoxy with others. In this episode, they talk about how to respond to the question, “Are you saved?”. Click here to listen!
If marriage is a journey to salvation, what happens to people who stay single and don’t become monks/nuns? What is their journey to salvation? Many people like to point out that the Church has blessed two “ways of life”: marriage and monasticism. These are the two ways, if you will, that have a definitive beginning […]
OCF is calling all college students to join together with FOCUS North America from March 14-18th for Real Break Cleveland 2016! This Real Break trip is a unique partnership that will bring to light all of the tremendous work being done at FOCUS Cleveland’s St. Herman House. A men’s homeless shelter in Cleveland’s Ohio City […]