TRAVEL SCHEDULES: Dean, Chancellor, and Faculty in Your Neighborhood
Our Chancellor/CEO The Very Rev. Dr. Chad Hatfield frequently travels around the country—preaching in parishes, teaching at other seminaries, touring with our Men's Choir, engaging in inter-Orthodox and ecumenical dialogue, and even leading missionary teams.
On December 5 and 6, Fr. Chad and Assistant Professor of Canon Law and Byzantine Studies The Very Rev. Dr. Alexander Rentel traveled to Paris, France, to attend the enthronement of Archbishop Job of Telmessos, Exarch of the Ecumenical Patriarchate for the Archdiocese of the Russian Orthodox Churches in Western Europe (photo left).
Our Dean The Very Rev. Dr. John Behr travels nationally and internationally, visiting parishes and clergy assemblies to present retreats and book studies, meeting with administrators from Orthodox Christian seminaries throughout the world, speaking at colleges and universities, and serving on many non–profit boards. A renowned patristic scholar, Fr. John lectures both in academic circles and in popular venues.
On Dec. 2, the Dean attended a luncheon marking the Feast of Saint Andrew the Apostle hosted by His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan, archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York, at his residence (photo right).
Our faculty members frequently travel to offer presentations at symposia, lecture at other seminaries, participate in inter-Orthodox and ecumenical dialogue, and provide continuing education for clergy and laity.
On Nov. 21 in South Orange, NJ, Dr. Paul Meyendorff, The Fr. Alexander Schmemann Professor of Liturgical Theology, visited Seton Hall University for a symposium on the 50th anniversary of the Vatican I Decree on Ecumenism. There he lectured on developments in Orthodox-Catholic relations over the past 50 years (photo left).