Updated December 10, 2001
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A 5-week Holiday Grief Support Group for Orthodox Christians will meet at St. Catherine Greek Orthodox
Church, 5555 So. Yosemite, Greenwood Village, Colorado. Facilitator will be Demetra Jaquet, M.Div., a
member of St. Catherine and a board certified hospice chaplain in the Association of Professional
Chaplains. The group will be using The Grief Recovery Handbook, by John James and Russell
Friedman, 1998 Revised Edition. Bring your own copy, available in any bookstore. Any Orthodox Christian
is welcome. The group will meet Thursdays from 1 to 3 pm on December 13, 20 and 27, January 3 and
RC400G DEATH AND DYING - Begins JANUARY 12, 2002
Lowell Campus, Saturdays, 8 am to Noon.
Spring 5-Week 1, Regis University SPS Undergraduate School, Religious Studies
DEEPENING PRAYER - Begins JANUARY 14, 2002 Drop Ins Welcome
Six sessions. Adult discussion and application of Orthodox Spirituality in prayer using the book The Power
of the Name: The Jesus Prayer in Orthodox Spirituality, by Bishop Kallistos (Ware) of Diokleia. Bring
your lunch. Offered by the Pastoral Care Ministry at St. Catherine Greek Orthodox Church, 5555 S.
Yosemite, Greenwood Village, CO. On alternate Mondays, noon to 1:30. January 14 and 28, February 11
and 25, March 11 and 25.
RC220A WORLD RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS I: EASTERN RELIGIONS - Begins FEBRUARY 15, 2002
Boulder Campus, Fridays, 6 to 10 pm
Spring 5-Week 2, Regis University SPS Undergraduate School, Religious Studies
RS455 WOMEN, RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY - Begins MARCH 20, 2002 Lowell Campus, Wednesdays, 6 to 10 pm
Spring 5-Week 3, Regis University SPS Undergraduate School, Religious Studies
OCAMPR Meeting, Rocky Mountain Region JANUARY, 2001
The next meeting of the Rocky Mountain Region of the Orthodox Christian Association of Medicine, Psychology and Religion (OCAMPR) will be at the Monastery of the Brotherhood of St. George, 361 Forest, Denver. Telephone for Fr. Christodoulos is 303 316 -7407. We will begin with Vespers at 6 p.m. followed by a meeting at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome, especially Orthodox Christians in any of the healing arts. The topic for the evening will be presented by Liliana Andronescu, M.T.S. student at Iliff School of Theology and native of Romania.