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Spring Semester 2018 • On-campus

When the Holy and Great Council of the Orthodox Church met in Kolymvari, Crete, June 19–26, 2016, it culminated a nearly 60-year period of preparation and capped months of anticipatory work in ecclesial circles. Religion media channels had touted it as the first major council of the Orthodox Church since the 7th Ecumenical Council in AD 787, with representative bishops from universally recognized autocephalous Eastern Orthodox churches  around the globe expected to gather, in order to make major decisions in church life.

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