ACTS is proud to announce its first graduating class. This group of students will have each completed and earned their Masters of Theological Studies and will be graduating at ACTS’ first Commencement Ceremony on May 15th alongside the celebration of … The post ACTS Proudly Announces the First Graduating Class, Class of 2017 appeared first on St. Athanasius & St. Cyril Theological School.
Download the messages in both Arabic and English (PDF) Resurrection 2017 – Arabic Resurrection 2017 – English “But we have this treasure in earthen vessels” (2 Cor. 4:7) My Beloved, the Blessed Children of the Holy Church, Christ is Risen! Truly He is Risen! It is my pleasure to wish all of you the blessings of the Glorious Feast of the Res-urrection. We rejoice in the Resurrection of our Lord, because it gives us – …
“It is so written in the scriptures; if our souls are following the law of God, the powers of darkness will not overpower us, but if we drift away from God they will prevail on us. You man, who want … The post Words from the Holy Father St. Athanasius on Good Friday appeared first on St. Athanasius & St. Cyril Theological School.
As the Heavenly Jerusalem receives today the blessed souls of our Martyrs of Alexandria and Tanta, let us pray for the peace of the Church and safety of HH Pope Tawadros and brothers and sisters in Egypt and for the wounded and the families of the Martyrs and confessors. I ask all our churches today to pray for our Martyrs and Confessors and their families and give message of faith and confidence in our Mighty – …
Below, please find a link to a PDF containing an Excused Absence Letter that can be used to excuse students from school on Covenant Thursday and Great Friday. Excused Absence Letter
ACTS’s first study abroad trip to Egypt brought students and faculty from dioceses around the world together on a unique lecture tour of Egypt’s ancient historical sites. The course focused on the significance of the country’s rich monastic history providing … The post ACTS Goes Abroad: Egypt appeared first on St. Athanasius & St. Cyril Theological School.
Friday, March 31st 7:30 pm: Registration 9:00 pm: Ice-Breaker 9:30 pm: Introduction & Lecture #1 10:30 pm: Snack Break 11:00 pm: Midnight Praises Saturday, April 1st 7:30 am: Quiet Time #1 8:00 am: Breakfast 9:00 am: Morning Prayers 9:30 am: Ice Breaker 10:00 am: Lecture #2 11:00 am: Discussion #1 12:00 pm: Lunch & Free Time 3:30 […]
“The Self-revealing of the Word is in every dimension – above, in creation; below, in the Incarnation; in the depth, in Hades; in the breadth, throughout the world. All things have been filled with the knowledge of God” – St. … The post ACTS Celebrates Inaugural Commencement Ceremony Spring 2017 appeared first on St. Athanasius & St. Cyril Theological School.
Under the leadership of His Eminence Metropolitan Serapion and the guidance of His Grace Bishop Kyrillos, the Auxiliary Bishop for Education in the Diocese, there will be a meeting for all teachers and educators in the Diocese on Sunday, March 26 from 3:00-5:00 pm at St. Mary and St. Verena Church in Anaheim. In this kick-off meeting we will start identifying current and potential service needs and opportunities throughout the Diocese, and we will begin – …
Under the auspices of His Eminence Metropolitan Serapion, the Graduates and Young Professionals Committee, would like to invite you to the 8th Annual GYP Lenten Retreat: “The Grain of Wheat”. This is based on the book “The Grain of Wheat” by Fr. Matthew El-Meskeen. Fr. Antony Paul of the Saint Paul Brotherhood, will lead spiritual […]
Saturday, February 4th marked the second annual Servants Day hosted by ACTS in Claremont, CA. The day began with a liturgy held in Claremont’s Kresge Chapel, then moved quickly to the program, beginning with His Grace Metropolitan Serapion’s talk on … The post Servants Day 2017 Launches Servant Certification Coursework appeared first on St. Athanasius & St. Cyril Theological School.
On the night of His birth, Christ showed us His immense love and humility in His willingness to be born in a manger and begin his journey on Earth that ended in our Salvation. These sentiments are expressed eloquently in … The post Happy Nativity Feast! appeared first on St. Athanasius & St. Cyril Theological School.