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Jan 15 – Jan 17 all-day
5th Annual Eighth Day Symposium @ t. George Orthodox Cathedral | Wichita | Kansas | United States
Theme: “Whatever Happened to Wonder? The Recovery of Mystery in a Secular Age” FEATURING James K. A. Smith, Rod Dreher, Bishop James Conley, Martin Cothran, Alan Kreider, James Kushiner, Fr. Paul O’Callaghan, Brian Phillips, James S. Taylor Register by December 31 and save 20% Become an Eighth Day Member and save 50%! *organized by eighth day institute and hosted by st george orthodox christian cathedral Thursday evening reception at Eighth Day Books Friday evening banquet for Feast of St Athanasius the Great For more information: http://www.eighthdayinstitute.com/Eighth_Day_Institute/15_Mystery.html
Sts. Cyril & Athanasius Institute Conference: Riverside, CA @ St. Andrew Antiochian Orthodox Church   | Riverside | California | United States
Theme: “The City a Desert: Living the Life of the Desert in the Midst of the World” This fourth suite of regional February symposia will address the way that “the city may become a desert” — that is, a fruitful place for life-changing, deep spirtiuality and the Life in Christ. As always, our symposia bring together leading Orthodox lecturers (see this year’s speakers for Riverside and for San Francisco), celebration of the Divine Services, panel discussions, opportunities for fellowship and many other dimensions that make these weekends important and prayerful events. Open to all: Participation in this symposium is open to everyone, of every background. For more information: http://www.sforthodoxinstitute.org/conferences/114-riverside-2015/358-riverside-symposium
Sts. Cyril & Athanasius Institute Conference: San Francisco, CA
Theme: “The City a Desert: Living the Life of the Desert in the Midst of the World” The Sts. Cyril & Athanasius Institute is pleased to announce its fourth set of regional symposia, on the theme of The City a Desert: Living the Life of the Desert in the Midst of the World, to take place both in Southern California (Riverside, near LA) from 7th-8th February, and in Northern California (San Francisco) from 14th-15th February 2015. This fourth suite of regional February symposia will address the way that “the city may become a desert” — that is, a fruitful place for life-changing, deep spirtiuality and the Life in Christ. As always, our symposia bring together leading Orthodox lecturers (see this year’s speakers for Riverside and for San Francisco), celebration of the Divine Services, panel discussions, opportunities for fellowship and many other dimensions that make these weekends important and prayerful events. For more information:[...]
2015 Huffington Ecumenical Symposium: Los Angeles, CA @ Loyola Marymount University  | Los Angeles | California | United States
Sacred Architecture of East and West: Lessons from History and Contemporary Trends This year’s symposium is the third and final in our series exploring the relationship between tradition and contemporary practice in Catholic and Orthodox liturgy. Keynote speaker: the Very Rev. Mark Morozowich, provost, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC Other speakers include: Nicholas Denysenko (Loyola Marymount University), Sharon Gerstel (UCLA), Robin Jensen (Vanderbilt University), Jeanne Kilde (University of Minnesota),  Tom Lucas (Seattle University), Christina Maranci (Tufts University), Vasileios Marinis (Yale University), Denis McNamara,  Amy Papalexandrou (Stockton College), and Richard Vosko. For more information: http://bellarmine.lmu.edu/ecumenical/futureevents/