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Holy week is finally here amigos. This Holy Week, I want to urge you to take the time that you need to fully immerse yourself and partake even a little bit into the splendor of Christ's Resurrection. There's always time to start getting ready and to engage! The...
We recently began lent with one of the most moving services of the year, Forgiveness Vespers. In the epistle we hear: “As for the man who is weak in faith, welcome him, but not for disputes over opinions. One believes he may eat anything, while the weak man eats only...
Fr. Jonathan Bannon--a priest, an OCF advocate (he was the spiritual father at the last College Conference Midwest!), and a talented graphic designer--drew up a Lenten infographic that's perfect for college students. Here are 7 tips for getting into the spiritual gym...
Day of Light
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Orthodox Awareness Month
Situated at the beginning of the school year, Orthdodox Awareness Month is a time that the members of your OCF chapter can devote to both examining aspects of the Faith they wish to develop, and to being a witness to the faith on their campus. In our daily life it is important that we grow in understanding our faith, and are knowledgeable representatives of our faith when people have questions or want to learn more. This is also a good time to revisit complicated topics within the church, or even the basics, which some may have forgotten. All and all it’s a wonderful way to start off the year on the right foot as a strong, connected OCF!
Are you stuck with the same three meal ideas for fasting? Check out the OCF cookbook and try to make a few new recipes. Maybe start a Lenten Potluck with your chapter.
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