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Join us on Sundays: 8:00 AM Orthros, 9:00 AM Divine Liturgy (English), 10:30 AM Divine Liturgy (Greek)
The St. Vasilios Lenten Speaker Series is a chance for our community to come together during Great Lent to celebrate the Presanctified Liturgy, enjoy fellowship during a light lenten supper, and grow together while learning from our guest speakers.
We are blessed to have three outstanding speakers for this year so please make every effort to support this ministry and the speakers (they are inspired when they see the chairs occupied!).
The evening begins with Presanctified Liturgy at 6:00 PM. The evening will end around 8.30 pm.
Dr. Lewis J. Patsavos is Professor of Canon Law, Emeritus and Former Director of Field Education at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology in Brookline, MA, where he taught the discipline of Canon Law for forty years. He serves as Consultant in Canonical Affairs to the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and other Orthodox Jurisdictions in the United States. He has been a member of the Orthodox – Catholic Bilateral Consultation in North America and engaged in many other ecumenical and church-related activities both here and abroad throughout most of his career. He is an archon of the Ecumenical Patriarchate and was recently honored by St. Vladimir’s Seminary in New York with the honorary degree of Doctor of Canon Law. Besides authoring articles in Canon Law, he has written numerous opinions on matters of canonical significance. He has edited the volumes Icon and Kingdom (1993) and Council in Trullo (1995) of the Greek Orthodox Theological Review and is the author of Primacy and Conciliarity (1995), Spiritual Dimensions of the Holy Canons (2003) and A Noble Task (2007). He is currently involved in the publication of his lectures and materials of related interest.
Dr. Kyriaki Karidoyanes FitzGerald is a theologian, educator and licensed psychologist and serves as Adjunct Professor of Theology at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology. The author of the book, Women Deacons in the Orthodox Church: Called to Holiness and Ministry, she is recognized as a leading expert in the subject of Orthodox deacons and the theology of ministry more generally. Her other writing includes Persons in Communion: A Theology of Authentic Relationships, Living Faithfully: The Beatitudes in Everyday Life (co- authored with Fr. Thomas FitzGerald), numerous articles in Orthodox and other academic journals, and the editor of and contributor to Encountering Women of Faith, St. Catherine's Vision Collection, Vol. 1 and 2 (with vol. 3 forthcoming).
Dr. FitzGerald pursued advanced graduate studies in dogmatic theology at the School of Theology of the University of Thessaloniki, Greece (under the mentorship of Fr. John Romanidis, of blessed memory) and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology (under the mentorship of Metropolitan [then Father] Maximos Aghiorgoussis) where she earned her Master of Divinity degree. She subsequently was awarded her Ph.D from the Department of Theological and Religious Studies of Boston University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
His Eminence Methodios, Metropolitan of Boston, is the spiritual leader of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Boston which includes all of Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont and the Connecticut towns of Danielson, Enfield, New London and Norwich. The Metropolis, whose offices are located in Brookline, Massachusetts, consists of 63 parishes which minister to the needs of approximately 200,000 Greek Orthodox faithful.