When I arrived home from College Conference East, I felt, as Bishop Gregory put it to us in one of his sermons, “on fire for Orthodoxy.” I came home excited about the Orthodox Church, and I kept thinking about different ways that I could share my experiences with others. While I don’t think that there’s […]
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 the role of the Virgin Mary in the Orthodox Tradition. Click here to listen!
Last week we talked a little bit about marriage, monasticism, and what salvation is actually about. Hopefully, we’ve cleared up the fog a little bit about being single and can all recognize that God is present and calling us in every manner of life. But, if we are to hear and respond to God calling […]
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!