Benefit Concert to Feature Russian Orthodox Sacred Music

Benefit Concert to Feature Russian Orthodox Sacred Music

Concert on November 6 in Philadelphia to Explore Biblical Foundations of Orthodox Christian liturgy St. Davids, Pa. — St. Tikhon’s Seminary has partnered with the newly launched Center for Orthodox Thought and Culture to hold a benefit concert in Philadelphia on Sunday, November 6 at 4:00 PM in the McInnis...

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Fords Speak at Orthodox Theological Society of America in Brookline

Fords Speak at Orthodox Theological Society of America in Brookline

SOUTH CANAAN, PA — On Sept. 29 and 30, 2016, Dr. David and Dr. Mary Ford represented St. Tikhon’s Seminary in attending the annual meeting of Orthodox Theological Society of America (OTSA), held at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, in Brookline, Mass.  The theme of the conference was...

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An Introduction to Byzantine Chant

An Introduction to Byzantine Chant

Now, you can listen as Dr. Grammenos Karanos discusses the defining characteristics of Byzantine chant in a new podcast series from The Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture, where scholars discuss the legacy of Byzantium. In this episode, Dr. Grammenos Karanos introduces Byzantine chant. Dr. Karanos sketches its...

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St. Tikhon’s Seminary’s 2016 Fall Lecture Series

St. Tikhon’s Seminary’s 2016 Fall Lecture Series

The annual Fall Lecture Series at Saint Tikhon’s Seminary, featuring four public lecture on Tuesdays throughout the month of October, will begin this Tuesday, October 4. Please note the time for each lecture as they are not all evening presentations. Weekly topics and speakers include the following. October 4 at...

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Metropulos Has Bold Strategic Vision for the 2016-17 Academic Year

Metropulos Has Bold Strategic Vision for the 2016-17 Academic Year

Rev. Fr. Christopher T. Metropulos Provides a Bold Strategic Vision for the 2016-17 Academic Year  On Tuesday, September 20, Rev. Fr. Christopher T. Metropulos addressed His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios, Geron of America, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, and the Executive Committee of Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek...

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 St. Tikhon’s Seminary and Monastery welcomes Sr. Vassa

 St. Tikhon’s Seminary and Monastery welcomes Sr. Vassa

SOUTH CANAAN, PA – All are invited by St. Tikhon’s Seminary and Monastery to come to St. Tikhon’s Monastery Trapeza on Tuesday, October 18th at noon for “Coffee with Sr. Vassa”, featuring the new Burning Bush Coffee from the Monastery bookstore! Sr. Vassa is a Russian Orthodox ryassofor...

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HCHC Day of Giving

HCHC Day of Giving

“Corruption has been destroyed and incorruptibility through you has blossomed, and we mortals were deified…we in turn now exalt Him who was exalted by means of you, and bowing before you we adore you, and great mercy we draw abundantly.” -Aposticha of Great Vespers for the Feast of the Universal...

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Fr. John Behr Appointed to Metropolitan Kallistos Chair at Vrije Universiteit

Fr. John Behr Appointed to Metropolitan Kallistos Chair at Vrije Universiteit

(Amsterdam)- The Amsterdam Center for Orthodox Theology (ACOT) has announced that the Executive Board of Vrije Universiteit (VU) on September 1, 2016, appointed the Very Reverend Dr. John Behr,  dean of St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary (SVOTS) and professor of Patristics, to its newly established Metropolitan Kallistos Chair of Orthodox...

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NEW Parish Lay Leadership Training Program

NEW Parish Lay Leadership Training Program

SOUTH CANAAN, PA Saint Tikhon’s Orthodox Theological Seminary is pleased to announce a new program of studies developed for theological training of lay parishioners involved in various leadership activities in their parish. This Parish Lay Leadership Training Program is an expansion of the already existing Diaconal Formation program that...

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Church Slavonic Class Open To Public

Church Slavonic Class Open To Public

JOHNSTOWN, PA – Christ the Saviour Seminary is pleased to announce that it will be offering to the public an Introduction to Church Slavonic Class (3 credit hours) for the upcoming Fall Semester at the Seminary. Classes are offered on Fridays from 1:00pm-3:30pm. Fee is $200. The semester runs from...

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HCHC Students Experience Holy and Great Council

HCHC Students Experience Holy and Great Council

More than 20 students from Hellenic College and Holy Cross had the unforgettable experience of assisting hierarchs from diverse Orthodox jurisdictions who assembled on Crete in June for the Holy and Great Council. The HCHC group was as diverse as the hundreds of delegates they assisted with everything from handling...

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Student Reflects on Study-Abroad Program at Holy Cross School of Theology

Student Reflects on Study-Abroad Program at Holy Cross School of Theology

St. Helen’s Pilgrimage has come to an end. After nine weeks together the 21 of us had forged bonds stronger than those developed over three years of seminary. My passport is branded with new stamps, while London, Essex, Canterbury, Venice, Rome, Vatican City, Ravenna, Thessaloniki, Mount Athos, Meteora, Kavala, Phillipoi,...

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