The Ecumenical Patriarchate and the Significance of Dialogue
Wednesday March 14, 2012 at 7:30PM
Maliotis Cultural Center
Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology
His Eminence Metropolitan Emmanuel (Adamakis) is the Metropolitan of France, Exarch of Europe.
by Nayla Daly
Hellenic College Holy Cross, the oldest and largest accredited Orthodox Christian institution of higher education in America offers theological, professional and liberal arts programs that integrate faith, learning and service. Hellenic College is a vibrant Orthodox Christian college offering six different majors. Students experience its challenging academics that are further enriched by cultural opportunities in Boston and abroad. Hellenic College’s integrated approach to education, faith and service prepares men and women for leadership in their professions and in their communities. The faculties and students of both the undergraduate and graduate schools are engaged in the education and formation of the future leaders of our Church and society.
The Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture at Hellenic College Holy Cross will host a lecture on “Imperial Self-presentation and the Byzantine Oikoumene.” Ioli Kalavrezou brings focus on the arts of the empire of Byzantium with a special interest on such topics as ivory and steatite carving, the private icon, imperial art, manuscript illumination, and the use of symbols and relics in the hands of the empire. The lecture will be held on Thursday, December 1, 2011 at 4:00 p.m.
The lecture will be held in the Reading Room of the Archbishop Iakovos Library & Learning Resource Center at Hellenic College and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology located at 50 Goddard Avenue, Brookline, MA, 02445. Free Parking avai
BROOKLINE, Mass. – Dr. Paschalis Kitromilides, professor of political science at the University of Athens, presented a lecture on October 18 at Hellenic College Holy Cross School of Theology on “The Greek Presence in Post Byzantine Asia Minor and its Academic Study.”
The lecture surveyed the history of Hellenism in Asia Minor from the battle of Manzikert in 1071 to the start of the early 20th century, and highlighted ways in which the Greek Orthodox communities managed to survive.
The Missions Institute of Orthodox Christianity and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology are sponsoring a missions conference on “Orthodox Theological Schools and Their Role in the Global Missionary Movement.”
Metropolitan John (Pelushi) of Korca, Albania, will offer the keynote address on “Orthodox Missions and the Resurrection of the Church of Albania” at 7 p.m. Thursday, November 17.
The conference continues on Friday, November 18, from 9:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. Dr. Rev. Michael Oleksa, the former Dean of St. Herman’s Seminary, noted author and a priest serving native Alaskan villages for the past 40 years, will open the day speaking on “St. Vladimir Seminary Graduates in Missions.” Fr. Luke A.
Hellenic College Holy Cross, the oldest and largest Christian Orthodox institution for higher learning in North America, will begin celebrating its 75 years of service to the Church and society. Activities will begin on October 16; with an inaugural dinner cruise on the Boston Harbor. Several additional events are being planned to mark the 75th over the next two years, recognizing the hierarchs, theologians, professors, students, administrators, alumni, donors and all those who have contributed to what is the most important academic institution for the Greek Orthodox Church in America.
by Nayla Daly, Orthodox Observer, October 2011
Hellenic College Holy Cross is an institution of higher learning where students receive an education based on Orthodox Christian principles. Deacon Nicholas Belcher, dean of students, says, “Hellenic College is the only place in the Western Hemisphere that offers an education based on the classical ideals of Hellenic civilization and the life of the holy Orthodox Church.
by Nayla Daly, Orthodox Observer, September 2011
BROOKLINE, Mass. – Hellenic College Holy Cross School of Theology, the oldest and largest Christian Orthodox institution for higher learning in North America, will begin celebrating its 75 years of service to the Church and society.
Activities will begin Oct. 16 with an inaugural dinner cruise in Boston harbor. Several additional events are being planned to mark the 75th over the next two years, recognizing the hierarchs, theologians, professors, students, administrators, alumni, donors and all those who have contributed to what is the most important academic institution for the Church in America. The anniversary celebration will culminate at the May 2013 commencement.
By Theodore Kalmoukos
TNH Staff Writer
BOSTON - Hellenic College and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology began the new academic year with renewed hopes and aspirations for new achievements in the academic and spiritual fields.
This year Holy Cross celebrates the 75th anniversary of its establishment by then-Archbishop of America Athenagoras, who later became Ecumenical Patriarch. The school of Theology came first, being housed in Pomfret Connecticut before moving to its current prominent location in Brookline, Massachusetts.
Archbishop Demetrios of America officiated at the Great Vespers on the name day of the School which is dedicated to the Holy Cross of Christ.
Hellenic College Holy Cross is pleased to welcome to
campus the Orthodox Theological Society in America (OTSA), which will hold its
annual meeting beginning this Thursday, September 15, and ending Saturday,
September 17. Its roster is full of noted scholars and researchers, with
fascinating topics ranging from science and philosophy to politics and
Friday evening features a public event, the annual Florovsky Lecture, this year given by Rev. Dr. John McGuckin of Union Theological Seminary and Columbia University, a prolific author and recognized speaker.
Below is a list of upcoming events at Hellenic College Holy Cross. For a complete list, please refer to our Campus Calendar.