Paschal-Easter Greetings from OCP Chairman – 2018

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on March 31, 2018

in Featured, Featured News, News

K-C-Jacob

The Executive Council – March-April 2018 – OCP News Service

Dear All

Christ is Risen, He is Truly Risen Indeed!!!
Krisdos haryav i merelotz! Orhnyal e Haroutyunen Krisdosi!
Khristós Anésti! Alithós Anésti!

Paschal greetings from Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE family.

‘Let all Pious men and all lovers of God rejoice in the splendor of this feast; let the wise servants blissfully enter into the joy of their Lord; let those who have borne the burden of Lent now receive their pay, and those who have toiled since the first hour, let them now receive their due reward; let any who came after the third hour be grateful to join in the feast, and those who may have come after the sixth, let them not be afraid of being too late, for the Lord is gracious and He receives the last even as the first.’ – St. John Chrysostom.

I take this opportunity to congratulate and wish you all a blessed Pascha. May the Lord bless your home with happiness and unwavering faith this Easter.

Let us pray for our persecuted brothers and sisters who are suffering with pain and grief. May God strengthen them with eternal light and blessings.
We also remember and pray for peace in Syria and Iraq and for the safe return of our beloved Metropolitan’s Paul and Yuhanon of Aleppo and for the safety of our detained Patriarch Abune Antonios of Eritrea.

May God bless us all with lasting peace and happiness.

In Christ

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K C Jacob
Chairman
Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE Society
(Pan-Orthodox Christian Society established under the Travancore-Cochin Literary, Scientific and Charitable Societies Registration Act, 1955).
“The United Orthodox Christian Witness”
www.theorthodoxchurch.info/society/

Source:
OCP News Service

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