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In Trust Magazine Features SVS Press

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Summer 2017 • Off-campus 

In Trust, the quarterly magazine published by the Association of Boards in Theological Education, has featured St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press (SVS Press) in its Summer 2017 issue. The article, titled, “St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press: a case study in mission-driven publishing,” by Matt Forster, occupies a 2-page, full-color spread in the magazine’s print edition.

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HCHC Observes Constitution Day

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At the conclusion of the Orthros service in Holy Cross Chapel on Monday, September 18, Dr. Timothy Patitsas, Assistant Professor of Christian Ethics at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, spoke about “aspects of the Constitution that we, as Orthodox Christians, might find especially noteworthy.”

HCHC to Host Symposium on Creation and Ecology

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The Stephen and Catherine Pappas Patristic Institute of Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology is pleased to announce a Symposium on Creation and Ecology: Insights from Patristic and Contemporary Christian Sources, which will be held on the HCHC campus October 5-6, 2017.

Meyendorff Lecture: Glimpse into Byzantine Monasticism

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(from left) Fr. Alexander Rentel, Bishop Paul, Dr. Alice-Mary Talbot, Archpriest Chad Hatfield, president of St. Vladimir’s Seminary (photo: Dn. Ryan Tellalian)(from left) Fr. Alexander Rentel, Bishop Paul, Dr. Alice-Mary Talbot, Archpriest Chad Hatfield, president of St. Vladimir’s Seminary (photo: Dn. Ryan Tellalian)September 15, 2017 • On-Campus Event

When Dr. Alice-Mary Talbot presented the fourth annual Father John Meyendorff Memorial Lecture on our campus recently, she opened a window into Byzantine monasticism that revealed a culture as rich and diverse as the personalities of the monks and nuns who embraced it. Her presentation, titled, Varieties of Monastic Experience in Byzantium, 800–1453, highlighted the many ways one could be a Byzantine monk or nun, and the continuous tensions in Byzantium between the eremitic (solitary living) and coenobitic (community living) forms of monasticism.

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St. Tikhon’s Seminary Announces Fall Lecture Series

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[STOTS Communications, South Canaan, PA] St. Tikhon’s Seminary announces its annual Fall Lecture Series.  This year’s series is focused on “Back to Basics“.  The series will run on Tuesday evenings:  October 10, 17, 24, and 31, beginning at 7pm in the seminary refectory.  You can download a flyer to post here.

Marshall Goodge — “The Panagia: Our Mother and our Model”

Marshall Goodge (STOTS 2017) is serving as the Assistant to the Dean upon graduation from seminary with his M.Div. Degree. Marshall received Honors in Theology for his Thesis: “O Virgin Pure”: The Roman Catholic Doctrine of the Immaculate Conception and the Sinlessness of the Virgin Mary, East and West.”

 Archbishop Michael, Ph.D. — “What is the Bible? An Orthodox Understanding”

His Eminence is the Archbishop of the Diocese of New York and New Jersey, and Rector of St. Tikhon’s Seminary. He is Professor of New Testament and Pastoral Theology and Department Chair of Scripture at the seminary, and holds a Ph.D. Degree from Duquesne University.

Protopresbyter George Alexson “Perfecting the Shepherd”

Fr. George (STOTS 1969) has been a priest in the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese for forty-eight years. He retired in 2010 from the Annunciation Cathedral, Atlanta, GA. Upon returning to Northern Virginia, he accepted an invitation to assist in developing Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church, in Loudon County.

Jessica Suchy-Pilalis, Ph.D. — “Basics of Liturgical Music”

Dr. Jessica teaches at the Crane School of Music, Potsdam University, Potsdam, NY. She is currently on sabbatical and has recently returned from Greece. She is also an accomplished harpist in addition to her work in liturgical music.

To indicate your interest in attending, please contact the seminary:  info@stots.edu 

St. Tikhon’s Seminary to Host Vocations Retreat

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[STOTS Communications, South Canaan, PA]  St. Tikhon’s Seminary will host its annual Vocations Retreat on November 10-11.  The theme will be Humility and Obedience in St. John Chrysostom.  You can download a poster here.   Participants will be invited to attend services and retreat sessions together, and talk with current seminarians.  This vocations retreat is open to all who are discerning a vocational calling to service in the church, including ordination.  There is no cost to attend.

Please contact Marshall Goodge, Assistant to the Dean for more information and to register.  He can be reached at 570.561.1818, extension 101, or by e-mail at mgoodge@stots.edu .    Please “come and see!”

In the Footsteps of Jesus: An Immersive Biblical Course and Experience in the Holy Land

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The Boston College School of Theology and Ministry will be offering a Bible course held in conjunction with École Biblique et Archéologique Française (EBAF) in Jerusalem, June 2-23, 2018.

In the Footsteps of Jesus: An Immersive Biblical Course and Experience in the Holy Land

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The Boston College School of Theology and Ministry will be offering a Bible course held in conjunction with École Biblique et Archéologique Française (EBAF) in Jerusalem, June 2-23, 2018.

Alumni Update: Dn. Timothy Winegar Ordained to the Holy Priesthood

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Dn. Timothy Winegar (STOTS Class of 2016) was ordained to the Holy Priesthood on the Feat of the Elevation of the Holy Cross, September 14th.  His Eminence, Benjamin, Archbishop of San Francisco and the Diocese of the West was the celebrant, and the ordination took place at Holy Cross Orthodox Church in Sacramento, CA.  May God grant Fr. Timothy and Matushka Joni many blessed years as they begin this newest chapter of their vocational journey.

Friendship with St. Joseph’s Seminary Expands

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August 30, 2017 • On-campus

On Wednesday, August 30, 2017, nearly 90 seminarians and faculty from St. Joseph’s Seminary, Yonkers, NY, visited our campus. Included among the guests were the Seminary’s Rector, Msgr. Peter Vaccari, and the Most Reverend James Massa, auxiliary bishop of Brooklyn, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York.

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