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Ecumenism: Orientale Lumen Conference

Ecumenism: Orientale Lumen Conference

The 23rd Orientale Lumen Conference is scheduled for June 17-20, 2019 at the Washington Retreat House near the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC. The theme will be: “One City, One Bishop: Church Boundaries Past, Present and Future.” Speakers include Archbishop Job of Telmessos of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, Father Andriy Dudchenko of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Kyiv, Father John Erickson, former Dean of St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Seminary, Deacon Daniel Galadza of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in Kyiv, Dr. Adam DeVille of the University of St. Francis, and Dr. Anastacia Wooden, recent graduate of The Catholic University of America. Dr. Will Cohen of the University of Scranton will be the moderator. Video lectures will be presented by Cardinal Kurt Koch from the Vatican and Metropolitan Kallistos from Oxford. 

Byzantine Online partners with Orientale Lumen in offering DT 105: Ecumenism: Orientale Lumen Conference (1 credit), which provides video and curated discussions from the Conference. Registration is open.  This seven week course begins Monday, July 1.  For more information, visit https://www.bcs.edu/byzantine-online-course-descriptions/.