Latest News & Announcements
Students to attend live on-line class on martyrdom and spirituality tonight
(27th May 2014) Students on the Institute's Summer Term will take part in their first live video class tonight, led by Revd. Hieromonk James (Corazza) on 'Martyrdom as the Foundation of Christian Spirituality'. This is the first live session of the new module, 'Asceticism, Monasticism & Christian Spirituality', in which a group of 15 students and instructors will interact in a live, real-time class that allows them to see, hear and engage with each other, despite being spread across the country.
Summer Cohort Begins Studies on New Module
(21st May 2014) A cohort of twelve students has begun the Institute's special Summer Term, studying on a new module of the Certificate Program in Orthodox Studies by Distance Learning: CS04 - 'Ascesis, Monasticism and the Christian Life', with six instructors providing a wide range of new content.
Pilgrimage to Orthodox Sites of the UK Now Open for Registration
The Institute is pleased to announce that registration is now open for our Pilgrimage to the Orthodox Holy Sites of the British Isles, to take place from 2nd-11th September 2014. Spanning Scotland, Holy Island and England, the pilgrimage will expose participants to the rich Orthodox history, as well as current Orthodox life, in the United Kingdom through an extraordinary 9-night program featuring Divine Services, lectures and talks, and the exposure to an extensive collection of sacred Orthodox sites.
The Institute will be closed for Clean Week
This is a reminder that the office of the Sts. Cyril & Athanasius Institute for Orthodox Studies will be closed for the whole of Clean Week (the first week of Great Lent, Monday-Friday, 3rd-7th March 2014), as per our usual practice.
A full schedule of Institute closure / break / holiday periods is found in our Academic Calendar, 2014.
Symposium in Riverside Concludes
(24th February 2014) The Institute's second symposium in Riverside, California concluded yesterday after two days of a remarkably full program — both in terms of attendees, speakers, and spiritual content. A schedule that included talks by no fewer than five speakers was added to with a full lecture by His Eminence Archbishop Joseph, as participants spent a full weekend exploring the living heritage of the Church's martyrs.