Lenten Newsletter 2017

February 19, 2017

Lenten Newsletter 2017

The newsletter for Great Lent of 2017 is now being printed and mailed, and is also available online.

You may also submit names of departed Orthodox Christians for commemoration during the Holy Forty Days.




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