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Christ is risen! Indeed He is risen!

Orthodoxy in Dialogue invites hierarchs, clergy, laity, young people, Orthodox Christians, Christians of other ecclesial or denominational traditions, adherents of religious traditions other than Christian, and atheists and agnostics who value dialogue with their fellow inhabitants of the world who belong to communities of religious faith, to submit reflections on the theme of faith in a time of pandemic

Share your experiences, your fears, your hopes, your struggles, your joys, your insights, and the complex place of religious faith during the most unsettling time that many of us have ever lived through. We envision the purpose of these reflections as gently reassuring one another that, wherever we live on our common planet, wherever we stand on our common path to God, we are not alone. We have each other.

We ask that you limit your reflection to 1200 words. See our submission guidelines for other requirements.

We look forward to hearing from many of you.

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Christ is risen! Indeed He is risen!