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==[http://www.ocf.net/collegeconf/index.asp Dec 27-31: OCF College Conference 2005]==
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"Abide in Me, and I in you" – John 15:4-5.  Under the jurisdiction of the [[SCOBA]] Campus Commission, these National Conferences of [[Orthodox Christian Fellowship]] are open to college students, high school graduates, and college-age young adults. Both conferences will include a variety of enlightening workshops, daily services, and many different social events. They aim to promote unity among Orthodox young people and to renew them in their journeys toward salvation. —[http://www.ocf.net/collegeconf/index.asp www.ocf.net/collegeconf]
  
==February 18-19: Festival of Orthodox Christianity 2005 ==
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East Coast. [[Antiochian Village]] - Bolivar, PA. Keynote: Fr. [[Thomas Hopko]],
Dallas/Ft. Worth
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[http://www.ntom.org/article.php/134/1/134/Festival-of-Orthodoxy/North-Texas-Orthodox-Missions Festival of Orthodox Christianity 2005] hosted by [http://www.ntom.org/ North Texas Orthodox Missions]
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West Coast. St. Nicholas Ranch - Dunlap, CA. Keynote: Rev. [[Hieromonk]] Jonah Paffhausen
 
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==March 4-6: OCF Capital Conference at Georgetown==
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The [[Orthodox Christian Fellowship]] (OCF) of George Washington University cordially invites all college students and young adults to Capital Conference 2005 scheduled for March 4-6, 2005!  The topic is "Vocation, Vocation, Vocation!"  Guest speakers are: Fr. [[Thomas Hopko]], author and Dean Emeritus of [[St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary (Crestwood, New York)|St. Vladimir's Seminary]]; Fr. Nicholas C. Triantafilou, Dean of [[Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology (Brookline, Massachusetts)|Holy Cross]] and Executive Director of [[IOCC]].  Other possible speakers include Melina Kanakaredes, lead actress of the TV show ''Providence'', and Senator Paul Sarbanes.  We are still awaiting word from them.  If anyone has any questions, feel free to email Andy Lentz at alentz@gwu.edu.
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==Seminary Events==
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*[http://www.bulletin.goarch.org/ChurchBulletins/402/ Holy Cross Chapel Bulletin] contains announcements of coming events in the coming week for the Hellenic College/[[Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology (Brookline, Massachusetts)|Holy Cross]] community in Brookline, Massachusetts.
 
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Dec 27-31: OCF College Conference 2005

"Abide in Me, and I in you" – John 15:4-5. Under the jurisdiction of the SCOBA Campus Commission, these National Conferences of Orthodox Christian Fellowship are open to college students, high school graduates, and college-age young adults. Both conferences will include a variety of enlightening workshops, daily services, and many different social events. They aim to promote unity among Orthodox young people and to renew them in their journeys toward salvation. —www.ocf.net/collegeconf

East Coast. Antiochian Village - Bolivar, PA. Keynote: Fr. Thomas Hopko,

West Coast. St. Nicholas Ranch - Dunlap, CA. Keynote: Rev. Hieromonk Jonah Paffhausen

Seminary Events

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