Trinity College


Monday 7 January marks the beginning of the winter/spring 2019 term at the Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College.

Fr Stephen Platt, the general secretary of the Fellowship of St Alban and St Sergius, and rector of St Nicholas the Wonderworker Russian Orthodox Church in Oxford, England, visited the Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College on Wednesday 3 October.

In her latest podcast, Dr Nicole Roccas introduces her fourth season of Time Eternal on Ancient Faith Radio, which will explore all the ways death shapes our experience of life, time, and faith.

Fr Anthony Perkins recently interviewed Fr Geoffrey Ready about the Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College for his "Good Guys Wear Black" podcast on Ancient Faith Radio.

There's still time to plan your 2018-2019 theological studies! Register now as an MTS or MDiv student to begin studies in the Fall 2018 term.

If you have started to take courses for credit but have not yet been fully admitted, this is a good time to sort that out and make future course registration much smoother.

The Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College, along with the Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christians Studies, co-sponsored a talk on Thursday 12 July by Athonite monk Fr Damaskinos entitled "Mount Athos and Orthodox Spirituality: History and Legacy Today." Watch the video below.

On Thursday 8 March, at an event at the Sheptytsky Insitute of Eastern Christian Studies at St Michael's College, Fr Geoffrey Ready gave the main address at the book launch of Dr Brian Butcher's Liturgical Theology after Schmemann: An Orthodox Reading of Paul Ricoeur, published by Fordham University Press.

Idleness. Apathy. Restlessness. Procrastination. These are symptoms of what early Christian theologians called despondency (acedia), a spiritual sickness rooted in a lack of care or effort.

[This article by Tali Folkins, covering the Fellowship of St Alban and St Sergius event, was published in The Anglican]

On Saturday 9 December, a day-long theological conference on "St Athanasius and the Incarnation" attracted nearly 120 people to the George Ignatieff Theatre at Trinity College.