Trinity College


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.

See the full list of Fall 2017 courses which can be taken for graduate credit or audited, both in class and online. If you are interested, please contact as soon as possible as registration closes on Friday.

Professor Paul Ladouceur has written a review of The Departure of the Soul According to the Teaching of the Orthodox Church, published April 2017 by St Anthony’s Greek Orthodox Monastery, Arizona.

His Grace, Bishop Ilia, presiding bishop of the Albanian Orthodox Archdiocese of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, visited the Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College and Holy Myrrhbearers Orthodox Mission in Toronto, on Sunday 18 June.

Teaching Faculty of the Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College

The teaching faculty of the Orthodox School of Theology met on Sunday 11 June for a dinner meeting to prepare the 2017-2018 academic year.

Colloquium on Reflections after the Great Council of the Orthodox Church in Crete in 2016

On June 4, the Feast of Pentecost, Father Deacon Joshua Genig was ordained to the Holy Priesthood at St Nicholas Patriarchal Cathedral (MP) in New York City by His Grace Bishop John of Naro-Fominsk.

In addition to his academic duties, Fr Joshua will serve as a priest at St Innocent Orthodox Church in Redford, MI.  

Professor Daniel Opperwall has published his latest book, this one geared for children.

In 2017, Trinity’s Faculty of Divinity will mark two significant milestones: The first is the 175th anniversary of the faculty’s founding. The second is the stepping down of Trinity’s long-time Dean of Divinity David Neelands.

By Jennifer Matthews (from Trinity Alumni Magazine)

The Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College welcomes the announcement of the appointment of the Rev Prof Christopher Brittain to the position of Dean of Divinity for a five-year term commencing 1 July 2017.