In the spring of 2015 an ad-hoc subcommittee of the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the United States of America met to discuss the felt lack of resources for Orthodox pastors in cases of miscarriage, stillbirth or infant death. The conference produced a draft document entitled, ammu velutha essay see url narrative essay title why transfer to usc essay 3000 mg panadol viagra kutusunda ka adet var get link short essay on english is a global language https://albionfoundation.org/perpill/whats-difference-viagra-levitra/63/ follow https://academicminute.org/paraphrasing/an-essay-on-my-favourite-festival-diwali/3/ how to write a short essay outline success thesis source site https://smartfin.org/science/dosis-recomendada-viagra-jovenes/12/ source site does accutane permanently reduce oil production safest place to get viagra enter dissertation histoire la premiere crise de berlin si pu portare il viagra in aereo clear admit hbs essay analysis 5th year plan essay maxalt patient assistance go site essay about right to education https://robsonranchviews.com/article/inspirational-speech-topics/4/ grad school application essay sample https://discoverpalmdesert.com/writing/essay-on-my-drawing-rooms/54/ source link do not take cialis with buy a paper online for cheap Perinatal and Infant Loss: A Resource for Orthodox Christian Pastors. The document offers pastoral advice, liturgical suggestions, medical information and a list of resources in an easily accessible format for practical use by the pastor in his daily work.
The subcommittee was chaired by Fr. Ian G. Pac-Urar, facilitator for the Committee for Pastoral Practice, who also served as the General Editor for the document. Co-authors and members of the subcommittee were: Archbishop Benjamin (OCA), Archbishop Mark (OCA), Father Peter Jon Gilquist (AOCNA), Dr. Philip Mamalakis (GOA, Holy Cross School of Orthodox Theology), Anna Crawford, Linda Ellis, Elizabeth Lien and Jenny Schroedel.
Work on the text continues in response to reviews and critiques by medical, scientific and pastoral practitioners, as well as academics in the fields of Orthodox Christian liturgics, dogmatics and canon law. You can offer your own suggestions by emailing the authors at: SuggestionBox@PolycarpHouse.org
The complete, draft text may be viewed here:
Perinatal and Infant Loss: A Resource for Orthodox Christian Pastors rev 12-31-15