This information is sent to members, who can then choose with whom they wish to get in contact. Think about the singles in your parish - the unmarried, divorced, widowed.

In anticipation of this common observance by all Christians, much was said and written.

What was stressed was the need to keep alive the momentum of the occasion.

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Those who would like to find pen-pals and simply establish friendships with others living in similar circumstances can also use this network. Any events that would encourage them to get together? What other ways might help Orthodox singles find each other in the Church? What are ways that a parish can include singles more in its life, tapping their talents, the greater time and energies they may have to share? Would some aspects of the parish life, as it now is, have to change to make singles feel more eager to accept an active role?

An interested single fills out an information sheet, including the parish he or she attends, and writes a sketch describing him/her self.

For many Greek singles, the Greek Orthodox Church is a way of life.

Of the more than 20 million members of the Church, more than half of them live in Greece, and many other members have roots in the country and now practice their religion – and their cultural heritage – elsewhere.

Unless we all understand the significance of this event, it will remain nothing more than a peculiarity of the calculations related to the date of Pascha. But in another sense, it is the convergence of all that we as Christians in the East and West profess regarding the centrality of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ as the cornerstone of our faith.