Tag Archives: Orthodox Practice
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Lent | A Time of Preparation

Well, here we are. It’s Cheesefare week. Lent is right around the corner. The Orthodox faith is one of preparation. We’ve been moving through the pre-Lenten cycle of services and readings for a few weeks now. We’ve heard the story of Zacchaeus, who climbed the sycamore tree that he might see Christ; the story of […]

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Day of Prayer | The 3 A.M. Slot

Sometimes I get these awesome ideas. Such as, going to bed at a decent hour (NEVER happens), taking a five-minute homework break (yeah…one hour later, still having a dance party with my roommate), or driving to three different OCF events/retreats across different states in ONE weekend (for the record…it was INCREDIBLE!). Sometimes these ideas are […]