Orthodox Christian Fellowship (UConn OCF)

We are a branch of the national organization of Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF) designed to encourage and promote a community of Orthodox students and those interested in learning more about the faith by giving back to our surrounding community.  Read More...

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Posted by Edward Ryan, Orthodox Christian Fellowship, November 1, 2012
Everyone has some desire to be remembered. How a person is remembered can be dictated by many factors: what he or she accomplished, taught, won, did do, or failed to do. Even the tiniest of actions can leave "footprints."
Posted by Edward Ryan, Orthodox Christian Fellowship, October 21, 2012
We are often told, "patience is a virtue." While this is true, we often find it very difficult to put it into practice. Whether it is with ourselves, with others, or even with God, there are times where all of us cannot be patient.
Posted by Edward Ryan, Orthodox Christian Fellowship, October 11, 2012
The modern connotation of "repentance" is not a pleasant one. It accents the mistakes of an individual, identifying them as a person who has made a serious moral error. However, this is not actually the case. Repentance can actually be a path to joy.
Posted by Edward Ryan, Orthodox Christian Fellowship, October 11, 2012
As a modern society, we expect to be able to justify our experience through physical data: what we saw, what we measured, what can be calculated. This is by no means a bad thing, but it does create an issue when considering spirituality.
Posted by Edward Ryan, Orthodox Christian Fellowship, October 11, 2012
Whether we like it or not, we confront illness on a very regular basis. While praying for the sick and suffering is crucial, we often forget that they can also be a means by which to learn about Christ and how he is present in all things.

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414 Valley Street
Willimantic, CT 06226
United States
uconnocf@gmail.com
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Natasha Leva