Tag Archives: Service

Honoring St. Patrick

What’s the one time in the year that an Orthodox saint gets major airtime on a college campus? March 17th! In just a few days, college towns will be smothered in green and shamrocks will adorn windows and doors across campus. But how many people will know about the amazing life of the bishop they […]

Real Break Reflections: Detroit

I have never been to Detroit before this week. This is my senior year of undergrad at Temple University. I love North American OCF and our campus chapter that we revived during my freshman year. Meeting and engaging with Orthodox students within my own university gives me a lot of joy and strength. Those feelings […]

St. Elizabeth the New Martyr – Humility & Service

St. Elizabeth the New Martyr—once Grand Duchess Elizabeth Fyodorovna, of Russia—died in 1918 at the hands of the Soviet Government. Throughout her life, despite her royal blood and wealthy upbringing, she demonstrated a dedication to humility and service. Elizabeth was raised in part by her grandmother, Queen Victoria of Britain, after the age of 14, […]