The Voice of Orthodoxy Forwards $1,200 to IOCC for Japanese Tsunami Victims

Written By: on Jun 9th, 2011 and filed under Features, News, Southwest America.

CHICAGO: Chor-Episcopos Dr. Kyriakos of Chicago, President of The Voice of Orthodoxy, Inc., a Ministry for Global Orthodoxy, has sent $1,200 to the International Orthodox Christian Charities to assist the victims of recent earthquake and tsunami victims of Japan, with preference for Orthodox Christian victims. He also expects to provide more assistance to the tsunami victims of Japan in future when more funds become available.

The Voice of Orthodoxy is a journalistic and philanthropic Orthodox Christian ministry controlled by a board selected from various States in the U.S. and headed by Chor-Episcopos Dr. Kyriakos of Chicago. The ministry publishes, an Internet conservative magazine, publishes books and tracts, and conducts charitable services to economically disadvantaged students and sick people overseas.

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