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Greek Orthodox Archdiocese E-Bulletin, January 3, 2003

Jan 04, 2003 08:51 AM EST

This is the weekly GOA E-Bulletin, a service providing you with links to important Orthodox news, information, and resources on the Internet.

Just click on the links below to go to the topics of interest to you.

FEAST OF EPIPHANY: Listen to select hymns from the services of Epiphany and the blessing of the waters online. Selections include the apolytikion or hymn of Epiphany as well as hymns from vespers, orthros, and the katavasies of the feast.

FEAST OF EPIPHANY

EPIPHANY SPECIAL WEBSITE: The special to air nationally on NBC-TV and the Hallmark Channel between Christmas the end of January has a special website for information, viewing times for your area, and a promotional clip.

EPIPHANY SPECIAL

SAINT BASIL ACADEMY VIDEO: As communities gather for the cutting of the Vasilopeta and Philoptochos Chapters lead us in gathering funds for this vital ministry of the Church in America, you can watch the video "St. Basil Academy: A Legacy of Changed Lives".

SAINT BASIL

IOCC "SOUPER BOWL" SUNDAY: Prepare your youth group and Sunday school classes for this special day of sharing and caring, an ecumenical effort to help the needy by collecting non-perishable foods and collecting funds on Super Bowl Sunday, January 26. For information and resource materials see

IOCC

NATIONAL ORTHODOX RADIO PROGRAM: "Come Receive the Light" Radio Broadcast for 01/04/03 will feature Professor Matthew Gallatin, author of Thirsting For God In A Land Of Shallow Wells. In addition, Terry Mattingly on Religion debuts with this weeks topic of Why does Lord of the Rings still matter? For more information, subscribe to our e-newsletter, and find the time of a radio broadcast in your area.

NATIONAL ORTHODOX RADIO PROGRAM

ORTHODOX OBSERVER DECEMBER ISSUE: The December issue of the Orthodox Observer is in the mail and on-line. For the most recent news as well as Christmas greetings download this issue.

ORTHODOX OBSERVER

By Albert H. Lee
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