Trinity College


Congratulations to Katherine (Kate) Karam McCray, who was recently awarded the competitive Louisville Institute Dissertation Fellowship. Kate's dissertation investigates how the development of individual autonomy in early modern Christianity disenfranchised persons with disabilities, and presents alternative models for autonomy from Eastern Orthodox anthropology.

Andrew Youssef is a PhD Candidate at Trinity College where he is writing his dissertation on comparative Christology between Severus of Antioch and Maximus the Confessor.

In addition to resuming in-person courses and educational events in this coming academic year, we are looking forward to returning to worship and fellowship activities on campus.

We are delighted that, all being well, September will see Trinity College reopen along with the rest of the St George campus of the University of Toronto. This means that we will be resuming in-person classes, academic and social events, and chapel worship this autumn.

Two MTS graduates of the Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College who are now pursuing PhD studies at the Toronto School of Theology, Fr Bohdan Hladio and Andrew Youssef, have been awarded Trinity College Junior Fellowships for the coming academic year.

We are pleased to announce that Kate McCray, PhD student in theological studies and Christian ethics at St Michael's College, was awarded an inaugural Orthodox Graduate Teaching Fellowship in May, an appointment which enabled her to teach and supervise a major component of our summer course 

Orthodox MTS student, Kirollos Kilada, has been commissioned to paint some icons for the chapel at Trinity College. Funding for the new icons was provided by the 2020-21 divinity students. 

Hi everyone! Welcome to the 2020-2021 academic year. We hope you are all safe and well!

Have you ever doubted? Do you ever feel like you’re leading a double life, split between the faithful pilgrim in the pews, and the burned-out, faithless failure who secretly wonders if God is even there? In "Help My Unbelief," we understand doubt is not the great enemy of faith but a meaningful part of the journey toward Christ.

Prof Paul Ladouceur presented his new book Modern Orthodox Theology: ‘Behold I Make All Things New’ (London and New York: T&T Clark, 2019), at a book launch held at the Graham Library of Trinity College on 18 September 2019. Rev Dr  Christopher Brittain, Dean of Divinity of Trinity College, introduced Dr Ladouceur.