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For more information: http://www.youth.sanfran.goarch.org/editor/young-adult-2015-2016-calendar-of-events/
This is a one day workshop for couples getting married in the Orthodox Church.
For more information: http://ism.yale.edu/event/film-screening-russian-ark
(Location is wheelchair accessible)
We invite all of you to the 30th Anniversary Commemoration of the victims of the Chernobyl explosion.
Donations welcomed for the handicapped children. Tax deductible checks may be written out to: “Fund to Aid Ukraine”
For more information: http://www.uocofusa.org/news_160316_2.html
The Sacralization of the Holodomor: The Role of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in the USA and the Memorial Church in Bound Brook. Please join the Ukrainian Studies Program at the Harriman Institute for a presentation by Professor Frank E. Sysyn, University of Alberta, CIUS.
For more information: http://harriman.columbia.edu/event/sacralization-holodomor-role-ukrainian-orthodox-church-usa-and-memorial-church-bound-brook
May 1-16, 2016
Visit the two most revered Russian Shrines, Diveevo Convent and Valaam Monastery, along with a trip to the holy places and cultural sites of two Russian Capitals – Moscow and St. Petersburg.
For more information: http://orthodoxtours.com/
An exhibition of Romanian and Bulgarian Orthodox icons will be held in Paris, under the auspices of the ambassador of Bulgaria to France. The exposition is being organized by the Bulgarian Orthodox parish of St. Euthymius of Tarnovo in Paris with the blessing of Metropolitan Anthony of Western and Central Europe (the Bulgarian Orthodox Church).
The solemn opening of the exhibition will take place in the evening of April 21 at the Bulgarian Cultural Institute (L’Institut Culturel Bulgare) in Paris. The choir of St. Simeon (the choir director – Nana Peradze) will perform during the exhibition’s opening ceremony.
Works of famous Bulgarian iconographers will be displayed at the exhibition, including icons by Fr. Jordan Pashev, Vanja Sapundjieva, Tsvetelina Maksimova, Elena Karageorgieva, Konstantina Konstantinova, and Ivaylo Tsvetkov (Bulgaria) along with those by the Romanian iconographers Mihai Coman and Gabriel Cituk.
For more information: http://www.spc.rs/eng/international_exhibition_orthodox_icons_be_held_paris
Three free public lectures were held in conjunction with the exhibition titled “Russian America: The Alaskan Native Spiritual Legacy,” which runs to May 15, 2016 at the Villanova University Art Gallery.
For more information: http://oca.org/news/headline-news/alaskan-native-spiritual-legacy-exhibitions-lecturers-announced
The Textual Lineaments of Three Medieval Identities: Reading “Targum Sheni” of the Book of Esther
Wednesday, May 4 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Royce Hall Room 306, 10745 Dickson Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
CMRS Roundtable. This is the Second Targum of the Book of Esther, a “translation” of Esther from Hebrew into Aramaic. It contains material about Solomon and Sheba not found in the Hebrew Esther, but found in the Koran. Targum Sheni was written in Byzantine Palestine before the rise of Islam and then used in Islam’s textual construction of itself as the theological heir of Temple Judaism: the Koranic account of Solomon and Sheba islamicizes preexisting Jewish additions to the story of Esther.
For more information: http://cmrs.ucla.edu/events/
Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture presents: “Worldliness in Byzantium and Beyond: Manuscript Materiality and Byzantine Materialism”
The Seventh Annual St Alexis Lecture takes place on Bright Friday following Paschal Vespers. We are blessed this year to have Professor Scott Kenworthy, Associate Professor of Comparative Religion at the Havighurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies, Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Dr. Kenworthy will speak on St Tikhon and Orthodoxy in Early Twentieth Century America.
For more information: http://www.stmarysoca.org/news.html#Kasenic
The Ancient Church Reading Room and Library hosts a series of talks on the subject of “What is Orthodox Christianity?” All are welcome!
10 May: Who is God?
the Trinity, Love, Humility and the Incarnation
17 May: What is the Eucharist?
the Scriptures, Jewish Thought and the Ancient Christian Teaching on Communion
24 May: What is the Church?
Sacrament, Theosis and the Body of Christ
The Emmaus Lecture Series is sponsored by the Orthodox Clergy of Brooklyn. This month’s topic is: “Holy Unction”; and the speaker is Fr. Paul Ivanov.
The Family Life Ministry of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Atlanta presents: “Celebrating the Journey of Marriage In the Orthodox Church”.
Our season closes with a program of music by two important modern voices: the Greek Orthodox composer Michael Adamis and Scottish Catholic James MacMillan. The choral works of both composers share a deeply personal quality and a rare devotion to ancient chant: Byzantine for Adamis and Gregorian for MacMillan. Colorful sonorities and intricate structures five the music of each an unmistakably mystical quality.
For more information: http://www.cappellaromana.org/new-mystics-from-east-west/
Theme: “Religious Education: How to learn to find God”
The Romanian Orthodox Archdiocese in the Americas announces the seventh edition of the Religion Olympics. Religion Olympics is a competition of excellence that addresses children with skills and special interests to Religion, from the parishes of our Archdiocese. Participation in the Olympics is optional and individual. Children between 9-18 years enrolled or not in the Parochial schools program may participate in the Olympics in one of the two age groups.
These categories are:
- Between 9-13 years old
- Between 14-18 years old
For more information: http://www.romarch.org/en/news.php?id=5516
The Council of Orthodox Christian Churches of Metropolitan Detroit [COCC] will sponsor its annual Spring Dinner Dance at the banquet hall of Saint Michael the Archangel Church, in Redford, MI.
Proceeds from the event will assist retired clergy and widowed clergy wives.
The event will begin with a social hour at 5:00 p.m., followed by a buffet dinner at 6:00. There will be live ethnic and American music by the Offbeats, as well as entertainment for children. Each COCC member parish will receive tickets to have available for purchase.
To order tickets or obtain further information:http://www.coccdetroit.com/2016_4_12_springdinnerdance.html
The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin and the Polish Patristic Section are organizing an international conference on the theme ‘The Church Fathers in the Polemics Against Heresies’.
For more information: http://www.aiep-iaps.org/conferences
Theme: “The Services of the Holy Apostles Fast””
Speakers: Fr. Nicholas & Fr. Seraphim Dedes
For more information: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/annus-est-christus-seminars-series-one-tickets-19317783009
Retreat into Prayer: In a monastic setting we will experience different ways to pray. This will take us to the ancient “Jesus Prayer:”, praying with icons and immersion in the liturgical prayer of the Eastern Churches.
For more information: http://hrmonline.org/events/retreat-into-prayer
We will arrive at the monastery on Saturday in time to tour the building and grounds, shop in the bookstore, and eat a meal before Vigil at 5:30 PM, then stay in guest housing overnight.
We will return home after liturgy and coffee hour on Sunday the 22nd. Please sign up on the bulletin board.
For more information: http://holyassumption.net/
5 day Workshop & Retreat on Byzantine Iconography. Located by the lake at the beautiful Diakonia Retreat Center in South Carolina. Instruction by Fr. Anthony Salzman
For more information: http://www.imageandlikeness.com/workshops-seminars/
The Holy Resurrection Serbian Orthodox Cathedral and The Society of Saint Romanos the Melodist are pleased to announce a spiritual concert of Orthodox Paschal Hymns. His Grace, Bishop Longin of New Gracanica and Midwestern America Diocese of the Serbian Orthodox Church gave His blessing for the event.
The program will include Paschal Troparia from around the Orthodox world, hymns to St. Nicholas the Wonderworker-who is commemorated on May 22, Julian Calendar, and new liturgical compositions by Fr. Ivan Moody, Roman Hurko, Kurt Sander, and Nazo Zakkak. The St. Romanos Choir, which consists of church musicians singers, choir directors, and composers-will sing this a cappella concert under the direction of Dr. Peter Jermihov.
Shine, Shine o New Jerusalem – A Spiritual Concert of Orthodox Hymns for Pascha – St. Romanos choir
For more information: http://www.serbiancathedral.org/info/shine-shine-o-new-jerusalem