All Saints Orthodox Rectory

All Saints Orthodox Rectory
All Saints Orthodox Rectory is listed in the Churches Eastern Orthodox category in Amsterdam, Ohio. Displayed below are the social networks for All Saints Orthodox Rectory which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of All Saints Orthodox Rectory on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 84.

Contact information for All Saints Orthodox Rectory is:
1395 County Road 75
Amsterdam, OH 43903
(740) 543-3671

"All Saints Orthodox Rectory" - ZapScore Report

All Saints Orthodox Rectory has an overall ZapScore of 84. This means that All Saints Orthodox Rectory has a higher ZapScore than 84% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Amsterdam, Ohio is 28 and in the Churches Eastern Orthodox category is 48. Learn more about ZapScore

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RT @USCCB: USCCB President Cardinal DiNardo Offers Prayers for Victims in Latest Attack on Coptic Christians

Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh shared Mike Clark WTAE's post.
Just in case you missed it: Did you see Bishop Zubik on the news this weekend? Start your week off with this great story!
ANGELS IN AN UBER-- Ride-sharing has taken on a whole new meaning for Bishop David Zubik of the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh A medical condition has prevented him from driving, something he loves to do. But through his Uber experience, he says he is turning a bummer into a blessing, embracing the ride-sharing service. The pick-me-ups are doing more than getting him to where he needs to be... It's also teaching him something about letting go, and how to listen to strangers more carefully. Watch this story, courtesy of two very creative colleagues; video by John Hoffman, and editing by Shawn Quinlan. And, do you recognize the driver? #GuardianAngels #RollingMinistry #UberEst #LightningBoltMoments
Although Pittsburgh Catholic Bishop David Zubik was slow to embrace the digital age, you wouldn't know it by watching him request a ride on his phone like a millennial. It's a way of life for him now, thanks to a debilitating back condition that left him with no feeling in his right foot.

RT @FranciscanU: +Zubik of @DioPitt, @PatrickLencioni of @tablegroup, and @RyanTAnd of @Heritage on @FranciscanU, and our graduates: https:…

Who's ready to march? Join us for the 81st International Eucharistic Rosary March on Sunday, May 21 at a NEW START TIME: 11:00 am. The procession with the Blessed Sacrament and a statue of Our Lady of Fatima will start at Epiphany church, and travel through the city of Pittsburgh.

Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh shared Pittsburgh Catholic's photo.
What a great way to celebrate 100 years!
Our Lady of Fatima Parish to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh shared Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's post.
Yesterday's veneration of St. Pio's relics saw an amazing turnout. Many shared stories of his powerful intercession in their lives. Check out the article by Peter Smith in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that highlights some of those stories.
“When he looked at me, fire and electricity went through my body.”
The standing-room-only crowd of at least 1,500 converged on St. Paul Cathedral for the one-day opportunity.

RT @TribLIVE: Pittsburgh Bishop David Zubik has become a fan of Uber and has learned a lesson in faith along the way.…

Happening NOW at @SaintPaulPgh: Thousands are venerating relics of Saint Padre Pio! Don't miss the prayer service t…

Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh added 3 new photos.
Happening NOW at Saint Paul Cathedral: Thousands gather to venerate the relics of Saint Padre Pio. There is still time to visit and pray! Don't miss the prayer service at 8:00 PM tonight! #Catholic #Pray

Did you know @BishopZubik uses @Uber to get around? Read the Bishop's column from @PghCathnews explaining why here: