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2018 Schedule

January 10–12 • Jerusalem • Dr. Peter C. Bouteneff, Professor of Systematic Theology: Planning meeting of the International Orthodox Theological Association (IOTA), Paper: “A Vision for IOTA and for Dogmatic Theology.”

January 22–February 7 Sweden and Finland • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics: Presenter at: Jan 24: Stockholm School of Theology, Lecture: “Scripture as Scripture: On the Understanding of Scripture in the Early Church”; Jan 25: Sankt Ignatios Theological Academy, Stockholm, Lecture: “Overcoming Chalcedon”; Jan 26–28: Bjärka-Säby, Sweden, Pilgrim’s Winter Meeting, Retreat Talks: “The Love and Compassion of the Lord for us never fails,” “Lifting the Veil: Scripture in the Orthodox Tradition,” and “The Veil of the Flesh: The Deification of the Body in the Orthodox Tradition”; Jan 29: Uppsala University, Seminar: “A new edition of Origen’s On First Principles”; Feb 5: Oulu, Finland: Retreat for the Finnish Orthodox Clergy: “Becoming Human, Male and Female”

February 2 • Brooklyn, NY • The Reverend Adrian Budica, Supervisor of Clinical Pastoral Education: Presentation titled, “The Wounded Healer: Visiting the Sick, Visiting Christ, Visiting Ourselves,” at the Brooklyn Clergy Lecture Series 2017–2018, “Exploring Aspects of Church Life,” Kimisis tis Theotokou Church, 224 18th St, 11215

February 7–8 • Titusville, FL • The Very Reverend Dr. J. Sergius Halvorsen, Assistant Professor of Homiletics and Rhetoric: Presenter at the Annual Clergy Meeting of SUS Coptic Orthodox Diocese, St. Stephen Retreat Center and Conference, 4951 S Washington Ave, 32780

February 10 • Easton, CT • Dr. Albert Rossi, Director of Counseling and Psychological Services: Presentation titled, ”Becoming a Healing Presence,” at St. Dimitrie Romanian Church, Easton, CT, Father George Coca, Office phone, 201.268.8237

Feb 13–15 Clearwater, FL • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics: Sts. Sebastian and Mardarije Orthodox Institute, Lecture: “Creation and Becoming Human: Protological or Eschatological?”

February 23 • Hartford, CT • The Very Reverend Dr. J. Sergius Halvorsen, Assistant Professor of Homiletics and Rhetoric: Presenter at Youth Lenten Retreat, All Saints Church, 205 Scarborough St., 06105

Feb 23–24 St John Chrysostom Church, Lakewood CO  • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics: Retreat Master, “Male and Female in Christ,” 9300 W. Dartmouth Pl.
Lakewood, CO 80227

February 24 • Hartford, CT • Dr. Albert Rossi, Director of Counseling and Psychological Services: Presentation titled, “Christian Living in Turbulent Times,” All Saints Church, Father James Parnell, Church phone, 860.233.9234

March 9• Manhattan, NY • The Very Reverend Dr. Alexander Rentel, Assistant Professor of Canon Law: Lenten Talk, “Praying the Prayer the Lord Taught Us,” at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, 302 W 91st St, New York, NY 10024

March 9–10 • Upper Darby, PA • Dr. Albert Rossi, Director of Counseling and Psychological Services: Discussion with college students on Friday evening and Retreat Master at parish retreat entitled, "Becoming a Healing Presence," at St. George Antiochian Church, Father Joel Gillam, Church phone, 610.853.1171

March 9–11 Ottawa, ON, Canada The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics: Mar 10: Retreat Master, theme TBA, Annunciation Cathedral, 15 Eccles Street, Ottawa, ON K1R 7H1, 10 a.m.–4 p.m.

March 11 Manhattan, NY • The Very Reverend Dr. Alexander Rentel, Assistant Professor of Canon Law: Lenten talk, “ ’Let your light break forth like the dawn’: Keeping a fast acceptable to the Lord (Isaiah 58.1–9),” at St. Spyridon’s Greek Orthodox Church, 124 Wadsworth Ave, New York, NY 10033

March 26–27• Berlin, Germany • Dr. Peter C. Bouteneff, Professor of Systematic Theology: Inaugural Meeting of the Artistic Advisory Committee, Arvo Pärt Centre

April 13–14 Worcester, MA The Very Reverend Dr. J. Sergius Halvorsen, Assistant Professor of Homiletics and Rhetoric: Orthodox Center for Advancement of Biblical Studies (OCABS) Symposium, 104 Barry Road, 01609

April 27 • Scotland • Dr. Peter C. Bouteneff, Professor of Systematic Theology: Lead a research seminar at the Institute for Theology, Imagination, and the Arts, at the University of St. Andrews, KY16 9AJ, UK

April 28 • Mechanicsburg, PA •  Dr. Albert Rossi, Director of Counseling and Psychological Services: Retreat Master at a parish retreat on “ Becoming a Healing Presence,” at Holy Apostles Mission, Father Timothy Hojnicki, Church phone, 717.691.1600

May 4–6 • Yonkers, NY • Dr. Peter C. Bouteneff, Professor of Systematic Theology: Follow-up Colloquium on the Sacred Arts, St. Vladimir’s Seminary

May 21–25 • Thessaloniki, Greece • The Reverend Dr. Anthony G. Roeber, Professor of History: Presenter at Eighth International Conference of Orthodox Theology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki: "Chalcedon Canon 28: Politics, Administration, and Primacies"

June 5–8 • Athens, Greece • Dr. Peter C. Bouteneff, Professor of Systematic Theology: Symposium on Green Attica for a Sustainable Environment: Preserving the Planet and Protecting its People, with His All Holiness Patriarch Bartholomew and Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos

June 20–24 • Minneapolis, MN • Harrison Russin, Lecturer in Liturgical Music: Presentation at annual meeting of  International Society of Orthodox Church Musicians (ISOCM)

November 2-4 • Somerset, NJ • The Reverend Adrian Budica, Supervisor of Clinical Pastoral Education: Workshop presenter at Orthodox Christian Association of Medicine, Psychology, and Religion (OCAMPR), “Resiliency: Body, Mind, and Spirit,” Ukrainian Orthodox Church Cultural Center,” 135 Davidson Avenue


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