Order of Saint George of Cappadocia - OSGC

An Interfaith Nursing Religious Order

         PEACE AND GOOD BE WITH YOU!

COME AND JOY THE TEAM HOPE FOR THE LIVER FOUNDATION WALK ON MARCH 2013 AT SAN DIEGO ZOO.

LET'S BRING HOPE BACK!

JOY TEAM HOPE

             You Are All Welcome!!!

To our house.

          Which is a simple house without doors, walls, or ceiling. Where religious believe, how much money you make, the color of your skin, your sexual preference, or your marital status makes no difference to us.

           Our small table always has enough food to feed hungry bodies and souls.

           In our back yard, there is a small spring to satisfy any thirst for knowledge.

           We do not have fancy clothes or shoes, but we do have clothes that will warm you and simple shoes to protect your feed through the long walk.

 The door can only be lock from inside, but we keep it unlock so any brothers and sisters feeling sick and tired of their difficult life or just looking for a friendly shoulder to cry or rest.

 

Matthew 25: 34 - 35

 

      The Interfaith Franciscan Order

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is an Interfaith/Ecumenical

Franciscan

 Order,  striving to

 build a  harmonious

 coexistence of Learning

 and work with all

 religions and religious

 denominations.

                 St. George of Cappadocia

      

          In a little Shrine located in the Villa of Beit Jala, by Bethlehem, on the Holy Land, we can observe faith bringing together in prayer, under the same roof, Christian, Muslims and Jews. This Shrine is dedicated a Saint George of Cappadocia and is a place of peace, where people come together based in a similarity and not differences.

          The tradition tell us that St. George of Cappadocia was a Dragon-slayer, Roman soldier, Pagan priest, Christian Bishop and even a merchant, and in all the tells he die on April 23, 303, because his refusal to renounce of being a Christian.

          Saint George is one of the most prominent venerate Saints all over the world, with his official feast on April 23. He is Patron of many countries, including: Aragon, Catalonia, England, Ethiopia, Georgia, Greece, Lithuania, Palestine, Portugal and Russia, as well as the cities of Amersfoort, Beirut, Fakiha, Bteghrine, Cáceres, Ferrara, Freiburg, Ljubljana, Pomorie, Preston, Qormi, Rio de Janeiro, Lod, Barcelona, Moscow, Tamworth and the Maltese island of Gozo, as well as a wide range of professions, organizations and disease sufferers”[1].

          St. Francis of Assisi and Saint George demonstrated to us, that faith can unite different people under Fraternity. This is the sign of a through Interfaith Saints.

          We, being an Interfaith Franciscan order, choose to be call by the name of The Order of Saint George of Cappadocia for those reasons.

1. Saint George From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_George 

 

 

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