Orthodox Christian Laity

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Orthodox Christian Laity (OCL) is a national, voluntary, movement dedicated to syndiaconia (co-ministry) of clergy and laity who are concerned with spiritual renewal, accountability, and transparency in Church governance. OCL advocates the establishment of an administratively and canonically unified, self-governing Orthodox Church in North America.

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Established in 1987, the organization's patron saints are Ss. Photini the Samaritan woman and Symeon the New Theologian. Bill Souvall is president.

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