Zacchaeus Sunday is but two weeks away on January 21, and Forgiveness Sunday on February 18.
Orthodoxy in Dialogue would he honoured to publish a reflection for each Sunday from Zacchaeus Sunday to Palm Sunday, and also one for Lazarus Saturday and another for Holy Week, written by our Orthodox hierarchs, priests, monks, and nuns.
Since we will limit ourselves to only one reflection for each of these days, please check under Lenten Reflections on our Archives by Author page (this is current to the minute) to ensure that the day for which you wish to write is open. Then contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
We ask for inspirational reflections of no more than 750 words, exclusive of your bio. Your bio need include only the diocese, parish, or monastery to which you are attached.
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