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Influence of Christianity in Contemporary Europe in Compared Perspective: France, Romania and Switzerland

Influence of Christianity in Contemporary Europe in Compared Perspective: France, Romania and Switzerland
Influence of Christianity in Contemporary Europe in Compared Perspective: France, Romania and Switzerland
Influence of Christianity in Contemporary Europe in Compared Perspective: France, Romania and Switzerland
Influence of Christianity in Contemporary Europe in Compared Perspective: France, Romania and Switzerland

Today, 20 October 2011, His Beatitude Daniel, Patriarch of the Romanian Orthodox Church, met in the “Saint Ioan Casian” room of the Patriarchal palace, a group of university professors from the country and abroad, who will participate these days in the International Colloquy entitled “Influence of Christianity in Contemporary Europe in Compared Perspective: France, Romania and Switzerland”. The event is organised by the “Society, Law, Religion” Centre of Studies and Documentation of the “Patriarch Justinian” Faculty of Orthodox Theology of Bucharest.

The Orthodox Theological Faculty from Munich visits The Jerusalem Patriarchate

The Orthodox Theological Faculty from Munich visits The Jerusalem Patriarchate
The Orthodox Theological Faculty from Munich visits The Jerusalem Patriarchate
The Orthodox Theological Faculty from Munich visits The Jerusalem Patriarchate
The Orthodox Theological Faculty from Munich visits The Jerusalem Patriarchate

On Saturday September 25th /October 9th 2011 the Orthodox Theological School of Munich consisting of its students and several accompanying pilgrims led by His Grace Bishop Remezianis Andreas of the Serbian Patriarchate and the Bishop of Stuttgart Agapitos of the Russian church of Dispersion as well as the Professor of the Faculty Mr. Athanasios Vletsis, visited the Patriarchate.

Free Seminar: “Spiritual Issues in Suffering and Palliative Care”

Free Seminar: “Spiritual Issues in Suffering and Palliative Care”

Struggling with disease and terminal illness is part of the human condition, but dealing with suffering in a redemptive, Christian way presents a special challenge. To help our seminarians, neighboring clergy, health professionals, and friends better understand how to approach and manage human suffering, St. Vladimir's Seminary will offer a free seminar Friday, October 21, from 9:15 a.m. to 11:45 a.m., titled "Spiritual Issues in Suffering and Palliative Care."