Dear editors,

I'm writing to inquire about my "subscription" to the St. Nina Quarterly. In December of 1997 I sent a donation to cover 1998. So far, I have not received any of your 1998 issues. Could there be a mixup, or are you a quarter behind in your production schedule? I'd hate to miss an issue of this encouraging journal.

Dear editors,

I'm writing to inquire about my "subscription" to the St. Nina Quarterly. In December of 1997 I sent a donation to cover 1998. So far, I have not received any of your 1998 issues. Could there be a mixup, or are you a quarter behind in your production schedule? I'd hate to miss an issue of this encouraging journal.

Thanks so much.

Regards,

MV

Hello,

Are you still alive? I came across a WORD article from the May 1997 issue and was just wondering if you are still printing the Quarterly. Also, is WOMEN still alive and functioning? Would be interested in learning more about it.

Thank you.

Kathleen

Editors' note: We apologize for the delay in publishing the Winter 1998 and Spring 1998 issues of the Quarterly. It was heartening to know that we were missed. We hope to be back on schedule with future issues. Thank you for your patience.

To the Editors,

I thank you very much for having sent me your Winter 1998 issue. Would it be possible for you to send me your last issue which includes a tribute to Elizabeth Behr-Sigel?

I enjoyed every line of your Winter 1998 issue.

Wishing you the best,

Elizabeth Lacelle

To Whom It May Concern

Hello. My name is Alla. I am Russian and I am currently studying at Dartmouth College in the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Program. As the Program lets the students choose the field of studies, I am focusing on religion. For my thesis I wrote a research paper called, "A guide to Orthodox Monasteries in North America."

As the U.S. has played a big role in my religious education, I have decided to continue it at St. Vladimir's Seminary, where I have applied this year.

Unfortunately, as every student, I have a great desire to study, but no money. A lady from St. Vlad's financial aid office called and said that the committee is going to take place in two weeks, but it is very difficult to get a full scholarship.

I attended the Holy Resurrection Church in Claremont, NH (Fr. Andrew Tregubov) and a deacon from the church advised me to contact you, because you might be able to help me find a sponsor for my studies. I am sorry I write such a letter with a strange request addressed to no one, but if you [the reader]are able to help me, I would greatly appreciate it and at least pray for you.

By the way, I receive the journal and like it very much and use it in my research.

Well, thank you very very much for taking the time to read this letter.

Alla

Dear Friends!

The name of our women's organization is "DANA" - a non-government, non-profit, public organization in the Mykolaiv region of Ukraine.

We are interested in the issues particular to women - women in leadership; women-run businesses; addressing and eliminating violence against women and girls; women in the trades; women's activity in society; and lobbying for women's rights.

Our work is very difficult. For example, there are no words for "sexual solicitation" or "sexual compulsion" in Ukrainian. Working against violence is received negatively by the mass media and even by lawyers. Without the aid of your support and experience, the resolution of these problems could take another thirty years. The Ukrainian women's movement is not strong and has only minimal support from within the country.

Dear friends, we need your help. We have established projects, and a lot of desire and energy. We are prepared to work hard. Please work with us in establishing a kind, honest, and business-like relationship.

Elena Kabashanya
President of DANA
P.O. Box 104
327015 Mykolaiv, Ukraine