Greek Orthodox Archdiocese E-Bulletin

Dec 09, 2002 02:06 PM EST

The following is the weekly GOA E-Bulletin, a service provided by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese. Click on the links for important Orthodox news, information, and resources on the Internet.

EPIPHANY SPECIAL WEBSITE LAUNCHED: 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.


LATEST ISSUE OF ORTHODOX OBSERVER: November 2002 issue of the Orthodox Observer is available on the GOA web site along with archives from previous years. Download in Adobe Acrobat for full color news and information.


OCF LAUNCHES NEW WEB SITE: Orthodox Christian Fellowship has released a new website, developed as a hub for resources for all college ministry efforts and programs.


GOA WEBSITE HIGHLIGHTS FEASTS OF THE CHURCH: In the upper right section of the home page of the Archdiocese see animation of the Nativity Icon; read about the Feast, its biblical background, its celebration, and listen to Hymns. This is a great resource for teaching others about the importance of this Feast:


IONIAN VILLAGE LAUNCHES NEW WEB SITE: The Office of Ionian Village announces the launching of its new website, developed in cooperation with the Department of Internet Ministries the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. In addition to posting current program news, the new site now offers online camper registration packets, staff applications, program itineraries, and other important information for parents.


GOA FEATURED FAITH GROUP: For the month of December the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese is the featured faith group on the Faith and Values website. Go to the Faith and Values home page and click on the logo.


NATIONAL ORTHODOX RADIO PROGRAM: "Come Receive the Light" Radio Broadcast for 12/07/02 will feature Very Rev. Fr. Paul Tarazi discussing in detail about how The Prophets were able to foretell of the miracle of the Birth of Christ and how this miracle spared the Christian soul and what this means to Orthodox Christians. For more information, subscribe to our e-newsletter, and find the time of a radio broadcast in your area.


INTERNET SCHOOL CONTINUES CLASSES: The Internet School for Orthodox Studies (ISOS) will finish classes on December 10. Enhancing Professional Practice: Qualities and Skills of the Religious Educator is the theme for the Fall 2002 classes which begin each week at 7:30 pm on the schedule dates. For live link, schedule, archives of sessions and other information:


By Albert H. Lee
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