Support IOCC this Holy Week with a Holy Act
Constantine Triantafilou, Executive Director of International Orthodox Christian Charities, writes: "Sick and broken persons live among us often as unknown strangers. They may be the refugee family trying to rebuild a life after fleeing their homeland, a mother debilitated by disease with children desperate for food and medicine, or even the clerk at your local supermarket. The words of the Lenten prayer, 'Send but a drop of your mercy, O Christ, on this sick and broken person,' are not just a personal plea, but extend to all those who are sick and broken. ... With but a 'drop' of God’s mercy we, and other hurting people, have the opportunity to be healed, healthy, whole, and holy."