2006 Archdiocesan Yearbook Available Online January 2
Jan 2, 2006
New York - The 2006 Yearbook of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese will be available online January 2 at www.yearbook.goarch.org. Printed copies will be available by mail on or about January 27, 2006.
In his prologue, Archbishop Demetrios calls upon the faithful to "focus on the fact that we are witnesses of a Gospel which links the love of God to the service of man. Limitless love is the absolute expression of our God, a God who became man in order to serve man. In the form of philanthropic witness in the form of a divine love in the name of Christ and in continuity with His unique ministry of love, compassion and care, we must develop in the best possible way our offerings of care and love following in the words of the Apostle Peter, 'In sincere love for the brethren love another fervently with a pure heart' (1 Peter 1:22)."
Designed as an easy-to-read, accurate reference handbook of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, the 276-page new edition includes updated directories of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, Archdiocesan departments and institutions, parishes, priests, religious and secular media resources and an 8-page color spread of activities and major events, including the passing of Archbishop Iakovos and Hurricane Katrina, throughout the Archdiocese in the past year.
Each parish of the Archdiocese will receive two complimentary copies of the 2006 Yearbook.
Limited prepaid copies may be obtained by calling (212) 774-0244 or sending a check/money order or credit card information for $18, plus $5 for shipping handling, payable to the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
8 East 79th Street, NY, NY 10021
Yearbooks may also be purchased online at www.orthodoxmarketplace.org
For more information: Call: (212) 774-0244 Fax: (212) 774-0589
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