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Emeritus Professor Markos Orphanos, distinguished scholar of Patristic Theology at the University of Athens, slept in the Lord on December 29th, 2013, and was buried in the city of Kalamata (Greece), not far from his birthplace of Koroni.

Cappadocian Legacy: A Critical Appraisal

Cappadocian Legacy: A Critical Appraisal, the harvest of St Andrew’s Patristic Symposia on Sts Basil the Great, Gregory the Theologian, and Gregory of Nyssa, has just been released.

Professional Development Seminar for School Teachers and Staff

St Andrew’s hosted a professional development day for the teachers and staff of the Greek Orthodox co-education private schools in Sydney: St Spyridon College (Kingsford), All Saints Grammar (Belmore) and St Euphemia College (Bankstown). In front of an audience of around 170 people, the event was opened by the College’s Sub-Dean, His Grace Bishop Seraphim of Apollonias, and featured presentations by Revd Fr Leslie Kostoglou, Dr Guy Freeland, Dr Philip Kariatlis, and Anastasios Kalogerakis.

Adult Faith Education Open Learning Seminar

The Adult Faith Education Open Learning Seminar, 'A Creed to Live By,' took place at the Greek Orthodox Church of Sts Constantine and Helen, Perth, to an appreciative audience of 50 people.

Windows to Orthodoxy eBook now available

Dr Guy Freeland's book Windows to Orthodoxy is now available as an eBook for only $5.00. To order, please download the form from the following link on the St Andrew's Orthodox Press website.

Kogarah Fellowship Lecture

The Very Revd Dr Doru Costache offered a three-part lecture for the Fellowship of the Resurrection of Our Lord Greek Orthodox Parish, Kogarah, under the following headings: 'Science and Theology: Patristic Insights' (11 Nov); 'The Worldview of the Fathers and the Cosmological Paradigms' (18 Nov); 'Two Anthropological Standpoints - Is there a Midpoint?' (25 Nov).

St Andrew's is now on YouTube

The St Andrew's YouTube Channel contains snippet videos of various events hosted by the Theological College, including: the 'Windows to Orthodoxy' Book Launch, the Round Table on St Maximus the Confessior featuring Dr Bronwen Neil, FAHA (ACU, Brisbane), Professor Paul M.