Mayo Moran, Provost and Vice-Chancellor of Trinity College, announced that June 30, 2017, will mark the end of David Neelands' third term as Dean of the Faculty of Divinity, a position he has held since July 1, 2002. During that period, David contributed in many ways to strengthening the academic and spiritual wellbeing of the Trinity Faculty and community.
Professor Paul Ladouceur presented a paper on “Neo-Traditionalism in Contemporary Orthodoxy” at the annual conference of the Orthodox Theological Society in America on the theme “Crete 2016: Post-Conciliar Reflections.” The conference was held from September 29 to October 1, 2016, at the Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Seminary in Brookline, Massachusetts.
The Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College welcomes the announcement that the Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies will be relocating from Ottawa to St Michael's College, University of Toronto, in July 2017.
The Orthodox School of Theology's co-director, Professor Richard Schneider, a specialist in iconology, has been involved in coordinating a new Sacred Arts Initiative at St Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary in New York.
On Saturday 16 April, His Grace Bishop Maxim of the Western American Diocese of the Serbian Orthodox Church visited the Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College and presented a new book published within his diocese entitled The Christian Heritage of Kosovo and Metohija: The Historical and Spiritual Heartland of the Serbian People.
One of the Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College's MDiv students, Jasper Bendici, is currently crossing the country as keynote speaker at a series of regional youth assemblies in the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Canada.
Congratulations to our Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College faculty member, Fr Theodore Paraskevopoulos, who is lighting up the big screen as the Greek Orthodox priest in My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2.
The Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College (University of Toronto) is offering a summer course on Modern Orthodox Theology in May-June 2016. The course studies Orthodox theology from the fall of Constantinople in 1453 to the present, with a focus on the period since the mid-nineteenth century, especially the Russian religious renaissance and neopatristic theology.