Alumnus Archpriest Constantine White Honored at Georgetown University

23 March 2012 • Off-campus Event

Fr. Constantine (center) with Georgetown students.Fr. Constantine (center) with Georgetown students.Archpriest Constantine White ('79 SVOTS) recently received a 20-year service award from Georgetown University in recognition of his years of service as the school’s full-time Orthodox Christian chaplain. His Beatitude, Metropolitan Jonah, primate of the Orthodox Church in America, and Georgetown students and area faithful attended the ceremony.

 Originally from the Chicago area, Fr. Constantine received his Bachelor degree from theFather Constantine WhiteFather Constantine White American University School of International Service in Washington, DC. He holds a Master of Divinity degree from the seminary, and after his graduation, he served as a lay missionary in the Orthodox Church of Japan for four years. For many years, he served as Dean of St. Nicholas Cathedral, the See of the Primate of the Orthodox Church in America. He currently serves as rector of St. Matthew Church in Columbia, Maryland.

Within the field of campus ministry, Fr. Constantine has worked extensively with Orthodox Christian clergy and faithful from different jurisdictions. He and his wife, Nina, are blessed with two children.

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