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May 17 – May 19 all-day
International Conference: Poland @ Lublin | lubelskie | Poland
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
The conference ‘Growing up Motherless in Antiquity: A Conference on Mother Absence in the Ancient Mediterranean’ will be held in Basel. For further information: http://www.hsozkult.de/event/id/termine-28569 or http://www.aiep-iaps.org/conferences
First Annual Memorial Day Young Singers’ Conference: Waymart, PA @ St. Tikhon Orthodox Monastery   | Waymart | Pennsylvania | United States
St. Tikhon’s Monastery located in Waymart, PA and Holy Trinity Monastery in Jordanville, NY have graciously opened their doors for participants in The Young Singers’ Conferences to attend one or both 3-day weekends of educational courses. These Conferences allow young singers (15-40y.o) to strengthen their abilities and sing the All-Night Vigil and Divine Liturgy in a monastery setting. For more information: https://patraminstitute.org/events/
The Patterson Triennial Conference: New York City @ Fordham University School of Law 150 W. 62nd St. (between Columbus and Amsterdam avenues)  | New York | New York | United States
The Orthodox Christian Studies Center of Fordham University presents The Patterson Triennial Conference on “Tradition, Secularization, Fundamentalism”. While the very meaning of the “secular” remains contested, Christians globally are self-identifying in different ways in relation to an imagined secularization, all the while discerning how to live as a tradition. This intersection between tradition, secularization, and fundamentalism is especially evident in both post-Communist Catholic/Orthodox countries and the American context, where fundamentalist-like responses have emerged against the perceived threat of the secular. Confirmed speakers include: R. Scott Appleby, University of Notre Dame Nikolaos Asproulis, Volos Academy for Theological Studies José Casanova, Georgetown University Brandon Gallaher, University of Exeter Paul Griffiths, Duke Divinity School Vigen Guroian, University of Virginia The Rev. Oliver Herbel, Military Chaplain Edith M. Humphrey, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Slavica Jakelic, Valparaiso University Nadieszda Kizenko, SUNY Albany Wendy Mayer, Australian Catholic University Brenna Moore, Fordham University Graham Ward, Oxford University Darlene[...]
Tenth Annual Youth Conference: Washington D.C. @ Washington | District of Columbia | United States
With the blessings of the Episcopal Council of the Serbian Orthodox Church in North and South America, the Youth Ministry Committee is pleased to announce the Tenth Annual Youth Conference to be held in Washington D.C. The theme of this year’s conference is “Orthodoxy’s Under Attack: How Other Faiths Try to Challenge Your Own!” The conference is open to all high school students. Students are eligible for the summer prior to 9th through the summer following 12th grade For more information: http://www.spc.rs/eng/10th_annual_youth_conference_be_held_washington_dc