Dr. Nicole Roccas
Dr. Nicole Roccas has recently completed her doctorate in History from the University of Cincinnati, and currently works as a freelance editor and author, as well as the part time youth administrator for the Greek Orthodox Diocese of Canada. She also has a blog.
(Re)Reading Rilke on the Way to Lent
Feb 21, 2017
I am praying again, Awesome One. . . . It’s here in all the pieces of my shame that now I find myself again. I yearn to belong to something, to be contained in an all-embracing mind that sees…
Despondency, Beauty, and Activism
Feb 03, 2017
Last week, my husband forwarded a video to me called Ακτιβισμός και ακηδία. My Greek is just good enough to understand the title–Activism and Acedia–but not good enough…
Meeting Vulnerability in the Presentation of Our Lord
Jan 31, 2017
February 2, the Presentation of our Lord, the marks the next of the twelve major feast days on the Church calendar. It’s a time we commemorate the Jewish ceremony of the redemption of the firstborn…
Announcing my book: Time and Despondency!
Jan 27, 2017
So, this came in the mail last week. I guess that means it’s official… I’m writing a book! Actually, to be more specific, I’ve been writing a book–my deadline is now only…