Dear Friends of ACTS, Greetings in the Lord! As the 2017-2018 academic year comes to a close, and our graduating class prepares for commencement, I reflect on what was accomplished this year with our Lord’s provision. No effort can succeed … The post A Message from His Eminence Metropolitan Serapion: A Year of Growth and a Bright Future appeared first on St. Athanasius & St. Cyril Theological School.
LogosTV took an inside look at ACTS, speaking to faculty, staff, and students, alike. Check out these videos from LogosTV’s ACTS coverage from ACTS Commencement 2018 and its Coptic Civilization Episode! Coptic Civilization (A056) – Theological School in Los … The post Get to Know the School: LogosTV Features ACTS appeared first on St. Athanasius & St. Cyril Theological School.
With the Grace of God and His mighty hand, the Coptic Orthodox Bishops of North America met from April 23-26 2018 in the Diocese of Mississauga, Vancouver and Western Canada, hosted by His Grace Bishop Mina in their biannual meeting. … The post North American Schools Plan to Unite appeared first on St. Athanasius & St. Cyril Theological School.
Sunday, June 3rd, ACTS celebrated its second graduating class in Claremont, CA. Joined by clergy members from throughout the diocese and blessed by the presence of His Eminence Metropolitan Serapion, His Grace Bishop Youssef, His Grace Bishop Abraham and His … The post Congratulations, ACTS Class of 2018! appeared first on St. Athanasius & St. Cyril Theological School.
We, the bishops of the Coptic Orthodox Church of North America, in our semi-annual meeting in Mississauga, April 23-26, 2018, with His Grace Bishop Suriel of Melbourne and His Grace Bishop Angaelos of London, have observed and studied the phenomenon of the spread of many incorrect doctrines regarding the understanding of the Holy Bible and its interpretation, the concepts of salvation and redemption, the Holy Trinity, the importance of adhering to the doctrines of the – …
Download the PDF (English and Arabic) “Then their eyes were opened and they knew Him” (Lk 24:31) My Beloved, the Blessed Children of the Holy Church, Christ is Risen Truly He is Risen It is my pleasure to wish you the blessings of the glorious Feast of the Resurrection of our Lord, God, and Savior Jesus Christ. The Resurrection of Christ is a revealing light that enlightens our eyes, so we can see our living – …
Father Maximus Abba Moses grew up in Montréal, Canada. After hearing the call to monasticism, he left the world to join St. Mary & St. Moses Abbey in the Coptic Orthodox Diocese of the Southern USA. He became a disciple of His Grace Bishop Youssef, the bishop of the diocese and abbot of the abbey. […]
Under the auspices of His Eminence Metropolitan Serapion, the Graduates and Young Professionals (GYP) committee cordially invites you to the 9th Annual Lenten Retreat on March 23–25, 2018. This year we are blessed to have Very Rev. Fr. Maximus Abba Moses, the Vicar for the Coptic Orthodox Diocese of the Southern USA for Texas and […]
“Back to Roots” First International Week for Coptic Orthodox Youth August 25-Sept. 1, 2018 HH Pope Tawadross III is graciously inviting 200 of the second and third generation Coptic Youth from the lands of immigration to spend one week in … The post First International Week for Coptic Orthodox Youth appeared first on St. Athanasius & St. Cyril Theological School.
We are proud to announce the ordination of our very own team member, Subdeacon Timothy, as Deacon Timothy Paul, today, February 14th 2018, by His Eminence Metropolitan Serapion, His Grace Bishop Abraham and His Grace Bishop Kyrillos at St. Paul … The post Ordination of Deacon Timothy Paul appeared first on St. Athanasius & St. Cyril Theological School.
With great joy and much thanksgiving to God, St Paul Abbey announces the ordination of the blessed servant Subdeacon Timothy as Deacon Timothy Paul, on Wednesday , February 14, 2018 by the blessed hands of His Eminence Metropolitan Serapion, His Grace Bishop Abraham and His Grace Bishop Kyrillos at the Murrieta location of St. Paul Abbey. We thank the Lord, for His love for mankind and making him worthy to worship Him, to serve before – …