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St. Tikhon's Seminary Hosts "Peace of Mind" Mental Health First Aid for Continuing Education 2024 - 06/21/24
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Last updated: 2024-06-21 10:55:36

From 18-20 June 2024, a group of clergy from around the United States came together at St. Tikhon's Seminary for our annual Clergy Continuing Education Program. These annual events are intended to feature instruction in areas related to pastoral life and the skills needed to serve effectively in the Holy Priesthood of today and tomorrow.

This year, St. Tikhon's Seminary broke ground in an important area by focusing on mental health challenges in parish life, partnering with the Peace of Mind Mental Health First Aid training program developed for Orthodox bridging by the Assembly of Bishops. 

Peace of Mind is a composite of the Mental Health First Aid program augmented with theological insights for an Orthodox audience. This program provides an overview of mental health concepts and challenges, and examines non-clinical frontline interventions useful for clergy who may encounter these same challenges in the course of shepherding their beloved parishes. 

V.Rev. Paul Schellbach guided the 1.5-day training program, which ended Thursday with a roundtable-style reflection on issues discussed in the preceding sessions.

More information about the Peace of Mind Mental Health First Aid training program can be found HERE.


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Sing to Your Soul - Parts 8 & 9 Now Available - 06/10/24
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Last updated: 2024-06-10 09:05:34

The quiet of summer begins, but there is always some wisdom to think on in the Faith. 

Dr. David Ford, Professor of Church History at St. Tikhon's Seminary, continues his series bringing the timeless insights of St. John Chrysostom to our audience on Ancient Faith Radio. 

Parts 8 & 9 of his series is now available HERE for those listening.

Other episodes offering a glimpse into the lives and thoughts of St. Tikhon's Seminary are also available our Ancient Faith Radio channel, The Spirit of St. Tikhon's.

Christ is Risen!


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Seminary Opens Enrollment for Diaconal Formation Program, Philadelphia - 06/06/24
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Last updated: 2024-06-06 09:52:40

St. Tikhon’s Seminary is happy to announce that this September it will commence a Certificate Program in Diaconal Formation in collaboration with St. Stephen’s Orthodox Cathedral in Philadelphia, Pa.  This certificate program is designed to provide participants with structured theological education and liturgical formation geared towards service in the Holy Diaconate of the Orthodox Church.   A program cohort will meet on Saturdays over the course of two years from September to May at St. Stephen Orthodox Cathedral in North-East Philadelphia, PA.  A Saturday session will include the celebration of the Divine Liturgy followed by a morning class session, lunch, an afternoon class session, and will conclude with the celebration of Vespers or Vigil.  This blending of liturgical celebration and classroom instruction provides a solid foundation in conceptual and practical competencies necessary for laymen who would like to pursue ordination to the Holy Diaconate.

Speaking about the Certificate Program, its Director, Archpriest Victor Gorodenchuk, Ph.D., Cathedral Dean, commented: “St. Stephen’s Cathedral is blessed to partner with St. Tikhon’s to offer candidates from various Orthodox jurisdictions and dioceses who have interest of serving the Church through the Diaconate the opportunity to take part in this special program. The unique, in-person formative experience that is offered by the Certificate Program cannot be overlooked.   The ability for students to take part in a cohort that celebrates the services together, attends classes together, and spends time in fellowship is indispensable for future ministry of those students in parishes of our Church.”

The Seminary welcomes applicants of various jurisdictions and dioceses who have their hierarch’s blessing to apply by providing the necessary application materials which are delineated HERE.  The deadline for the submission of materials is August 1, 2024.  Questions and inquiries regarding the Diaconal Formation Program can be directed to Archpriest Victor Gorodenchuk (Phone: 215.756.2289; Email: gorodenchuk@msn.com). 


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St. Tikhon's Seminary 82nd Commencement Exercises - Congratulations Class of 2024! - 05/29/24
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Last updated: 2024-05-29 09:41:23

St. Tikhon’s Seminary is pleased to reflect on its 82nd Commencement Exercises held over two days this past weekend, 24-25 May 2024. 


The commencement address, held in the evening of Friday, 24 May, featured the esteemed Abbess of the Orthodox Monastery of the Transfiguration in Ellwood City, Pennsylvania - Mother Christophora. The speech by Mother Christophora was at once both timely and timeless, and set the stage for the following morning and afternoon.


Saturday, 25 May began with a Hierarchical Divine Liturgy at St. Tikhon’s Monastery as the contemporaneous pilgrimage weekend was underway. Shortly thereafter, families and honored guests filled the Seminary’s Convocation Center, leaving standing room only for the exercise continuation in the early afternoon.


The Dean of St. Tikhon’s Seminary, V.Rev. John Parker, greeted the crowd with a reflection on the previous evening’s speech and reminders of the lingering joy of the Lord’s Resurrection as we celebrated this commencement mere weeks following Pascha and days prior to the Feast of Mid-Pentecost. 


Academic Dean, Rev. Paul Witek, then followed with an examination of this year’s unusual valedictory circumstances. Unlike most years, the Class of 2024 produced four graduating seminarians of exemplary academic excellence and servile commitment to their community. 

These four were each honored for their commendable efforts at St. Tikhon’s:


Rev. Jordan Kingery

Rev. Gregory Fedorchak

Rev. Phillip Dage

Mark Tiitinen


Ultimately, the four valedictory honors selected Fr. Jordan Kingery to deliver the farewell address. Rev. Jordan reflected intimately on spiritual lessons and practical wisdom garnered in the preceding three years, urging his graduating brethren to lean on the bonds formed here and to remember that holiness springs from the humble roots of normalcy in life.


V.Rev. Patrick Burns next awarded V.Rev. Joseph Woodill recognition as Alumnus of the Year, highlighting the latter’s humility and “no-frills” dedication to ministry. 


Graduating President of Student Government, Nicola Nunu, would then introduce Valedictorian Mark Tiitinen to present the graduating class icon to His Eminence, Archbishop Michael and V.Rev. John Parker. The icon of St. Nicholai Velimirovich was authored by Mark Tiitinen himself during the time of his studies, and uniquely represents the character of this year’s graduating class.


Seraphim-Brian Cardell, Director of the Saint Patriarch Tikhon Memorial Library, along with his beloved wife and the Registrar and Director of Institutional Assessment & Effectiveness of St. Tikhon’s Seminary, Katherine Cardell, jointly received the Father Alexander Atty Service Award for their exceptional contributions to St. Tikhon’s Seminary. We are filled with gratitude for their dedicated work toward our bright future.


Finally, the exercises culminated in nineteen Master of Divinity diplomas bestowed upon the graduating class with an additional two Certificates in Pastoral Formation. Seven graduates, including Rev. Caleb Lewis, Rev. John York, Dn. Timothy Paproski, Dn. Basali Mathew, Mark Tiitinen, Michael Pak, and Nicola Nunu, received honors for their student theses and senior projects.


In heartfelt recognition of her many contributions to the Orthodox Faith and St. Tikhon’s Seminary, the faculty also awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters to Mother Christophora at this year’s commencement ceremony.


By the Lord’s unsearchable grace we have celebrated another passing year and another memorable cohort entering the ranks of our alumni. We thank them for their years of service both past and future. May the Lord grant you many blessed years in your life’s work and ministries.


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Seminarian Ordained to Diaconate in American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese of North America - 04/26/24
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Last updated: 2024-04-26 12:38:01

Deacon Tim Paproski was ordained this past Sunday, 21 April 2024, in Phoenixville, PA at the hand of His Eminence, Metropolitan Gregory of Nyssa to serve in the American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese of North America.

Deacon Tim is a third-year seminarian slated to graduate next month with the Class of 2024. We are pleased to have shared these wonderful years of life with the Paproski family, and wish they joy and fruitful labor in their coming years of service to the Orthodox Church.

We ask you all to keep Deacon Tim and the Paproski family in your prayers as they endure a life of sacrifice for the Lord. May He grant you many, many blessed years!

AXIOS!


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Fr. Seraphim Chang Ordained to Holy Priesthood at St. Tikhon's Monastery - 04/23/24
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Last updated: 2024-04-23 11:42:35

On Saturday, 20 April 2024, St. Tikhon's Monastery served Divine Liturgy commemorating the 90th anniversary of the repose of His Eminence, Metropolitan Platon - the first Metropolitan of the American Church, a key figure present at the restoration of the Patriarchate of the Russian Church, who's body lies at rest at St. Tikhon's Monastery.

This day brings many reasons for gratitude and remembrance, as it also saw seminarian - Fr. Seraphim Chang - ordained to the Holy Priesthood by the hand of His Beautitude, Metropolitan Tikhon. 

We ask your prayers for Fr. Seraphim and Mat. Ruth as they enter a life of sacrifice, service, and ministry to the Lord and his Church. May the Lord bless them and keep them for many blessed years.

Please enjoy a few moments from this beautiful ordination and memorial liturgy.

AXIOS!


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St. Tikhon's Professor to Speak at Spring Retreat in Raleigh, NC - 04/23/24
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Last updated: 2024-04-23 09:30:34

All Saints Orthodox Church in Raleigh, NC will be hosting a Spring Retreat on Wednesday, 22 May 2024. The retreat will feature guest speakers representing the Orthodox Christian Prison Ministry and their sanctifying work with the incarcerated in our communities. 

Vespers will be conducted at 6:00 PM on Wednesday evening, followed afterwards by a potluck meal with speakers Fr. Stephen Powley and St. Tikhon's very own Fr. John Kowalczyk.

There will be childcare provided for guests, and those attending are asked to bring a dish to share.

Please visit HERE to register for this retreat, and see the attached flier for full details!


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Sing to Your Soul, Part 6 - Podcast Now Available! - 04/22/24
Category: Latest News
Last updated: 2024-04-22 09:18:37

Dr. David Ford, St. Tikhon's Professor of Church History, continues his series bringing listeners into contact with the timeless works of our Father among the Saints, John Chrysostom.

Dr. Ford has edited and translated many works of one of the Church's greatest Gospel preachers. All faithful can benefit much from meditating on the words of St. John Chrysostom, who offers erudite wisdom on all aspects of the Christian life.

You can find this week's episode HERE, along with previous episodes and other content from The Spirit of St. Tikhon's on Ancient Faith Radio.


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Beauty First Films Screens St. Amphilochios Documentary at St. Tikhon's Seminary - 04/15/24
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Last updated: 2024-04-15 11:34:24

On Sunday, 14 April 2024, we were blessed to host Dr. Timothy Patitsas and Thomaida Hudanish - the creative minds behind Beauty First Films - for a screening of their recently completed documentary on the life, works, and teaching of St. Amphilochios of Patmos. 

This documentary covers the legacy of a beloved 20th-century Saint during their inaugural feast day in 2019. 

Beauty First Films is a non-profit dedicated to bringing audiences to a place of awe, beauty, and holiness. Dr. Timothy serves as Interim Dean and Assistant Professor at Hellenic College Holy Cross. Thomaida has served over 17 years in Orthodox lay ministry and brings a diverse skillset to her work. 

We encourage you to check out their work HERE and catch a screening near you!


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Two Seminarians Ordained at St. Tikhon's Monastery Church - 04/12/24
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Last updated: 2024-04-12 12:13:23

On Saturday, 06 April 2024, two of our seminarians were ordained under the hand of His Eminence, Archbishop Michael at St. Tikhons' Monastery Church.

Fr. Benjamin Garcia was ordained to the Holy Priesthood, and Dn. Davede Thompson to the Holy Diaconate.

These men are third- and second-year seminarians, respectively, at St. Tikhon's Seminary. Please keep them in your prayers as they shoulder the responsibilities of ordained life in service to the Orthodox Church. May the Lord bless them and keep them for many years of fruitful sacrifice and ministry.

Enjoy the moments captured below from their beautiful ordination service.

AXIOS!


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COMING SOON: Fr. John Kowalczyk on Everyday Orthodox Podcast (Ancient Faith Radio) - 04/10/24
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Last updated: 2024-04-10 14:07:46

On Sunday, 14 April 2024, Fr. John Kowalczyk will be the featured guest on the Everyday Orthodox Podcast airing on Ancient Faith Radio. The podcast shares a wide range of interviews with Orthodox Christians from all walks of life and from every corner of the Orthodox Church. Tune it at 7:00 PM to catch one of our beloved faculty share wisdom from his long service in the Holy Priesthood.

Fr. John Kowalczyk serves as chaplain at S.C.I. Waymart’s Forensic Treatment Center. He is an executive member of the board of Orthodox Christian Prison Ministry (OCPM), and advocates for prison inmates in need of Christ and pastoral care. Fr. John is also Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology and Chairs the Department of Pastoral Theology at St. Tikhon's Orthodox Theological Seminary in South Canaan, PA.

Available HERE on the Ancient Faith Ministries Facebook page.

or

HERE on the Everyday Orthodox YouTube channel.


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Meet Dean Harbry of the Middle Way Institute - 04/10/24
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Last updated: 2024-04-10 09:37:38

The Middle Way Institute is an organization offering coaching and training in executive presence, and has worked with many clients both corporate and public to develop winning team dynamics and interpersonal skillsets. The organization's founder, Dean Harbry, is also a devout Orthodox Christian and has done tremendous work with St. Tikhon's Seminary to bring the expertise of the Middle Way Institute to a very important audience.

Our employees have benefited greatly from immersive workshops with Dean Harbry, who has helped shed light on refining the organizational culture of our historic institution. More importantly, Dean has brought these immense insights into the classrooms here by repeatedly imparting crucial professional development skills to our seminarians who will take these insights into their future ministries as active clergy.

Dean was kind enough to provide a brief interview, sharing a bit of his professional background and history with St. Tikhon's Seminary. We are very pleased to introduce Dean to our community and shine the spotlight on the invaluable work he is doing with us. Click the button below to read the full interview.


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AFR: Interview with Fr. Paul Abernathy of the Neighborhood Resilience Project - 04/03/24
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Last updated: 2024-04-09 09:49:29

Amid the chaos of seminary, it can be difficult to stay focused on the ultimate goal of one’s efforts. Hearing from those who have graduated from St. Tikhon’s who do meaningful work in their churches and communities can be an excellent way to refocus on the meaning of it all.


For Father Paul Abernathy (St. Tikhon’s, 2010), that work certainly extends well beyond the walls of his parish, St. Moses the Black Orthodox Church in Pittsburgh, PA. As the founder and CEO of the Neighborhood Resilience Project, he uses Trauma Informed Community Development to bring healing and the light of Christ to the inner city.


On Thursday, March 28, Father Paul Abernathy interviewed with Father John Parker for Ancient Faith Radio. Together with his wife Khouria (Kristina), Fr. Paul has affected a tremendous transformation of some of the most crime- and trauma-riddled neighborhoods in Pittsburgh through the Gospel, coupled with social interventions. He describes an aspect of his approach as, “Ministry to the poor, through the ministry of the rich.”


“Fr. Paul shared some truly miraculous accounts of how the Lord works mightily with those who have a childlike faith,” Fr. John said after their conversation.


The Hill District, where Fr. Paul ministers, has a reputation as the area of Pittsburgh with the highest rate of gun crime in the city. Through the efforts of the Neighborhood Resilience Project, the Hill District has officially come off that list, and the ministry continues to move outward, block-by-block, reclaiming human lives and communities with the love of God.


In the summer of 2023, third-year St. Tikhon’s seminarian Father (then-Deacon) Micah Breland completed his summer internship under Fr. Paul, and was completely astounded by the effect of Fr. Paul’s efforts in an underprivileged area.


You can find out more about the Abernathys’ organization at www.neighborhoodresilience.org.


Listen to the full interview at Ancient Faith: www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/sost 


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Remembering St. Nicholai at St. Tikhon's Annual Lecture Series - 04/03/24
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Last updated: 2024-04-03 11:08:31

It’s not often that Orthodox Christians in America have the opportunity to meet a saint, but on Tuesday, 26 March 2024, the students, faculty, staff, and members of the surrounding community gathered in the St. Tikhon’s Seminary convocation hall to hear a talk delivered by Father Yaroslav Sudick, a student and personal typist for Saint Nikolai (Velimirovic).

Fr. Yaroslav’s reminiscences on the occasion of the 4th Annual St. Nikolai Lecture revealed a human aspect of our beloved saint rarely encountered in more formal hagiography. St. Nikolai’s catchphrase, “Yaro, Yaro—this, too, shall pass,” was woven throughout accounts of his kindness, gentleness, selflessness, and down-to-earth sense of humor.

As Bishop, St. Nikolai never wore his klobuk in church, and never vested in the center of the church— “I’m only here to serve the Lord,” he would say. Fr. Yaroslav remembered that he always helped everyone, and that he never criticized or corrected anyone in front of others, choosing instead to speak to them later in private. Such humility is striking in a man who knew seven languages fluently and corresponded with sitting United States Presidents!

In attendance were Archbishop Michael (Dahulich) and Bishop Irenej (Dobrijevic) of the Diocese of Eastern America in the Serbian Orthodox Church. Bp. Irenej gifted relics of St. Nikolai to St. Tikhon’s Seminary, which have been installed in the St. Nikolai shrine on the main hall of the seminary building.

 

St. Nikolai, pray for us all.


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Sing to Your Soul, Parts 4 & 5 - Podcast Now Available! - 04/01/24
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Last updated: 2024-04-01 10:16:33

Glory to God for All Things!

Our beloved series presenting the teachings of Our Father among the Saints, St. John Chrysostom - Sing to Your Soul - continues on Ancient Faith Radio.

Dr. David Ford, Professor of Church History at St. Tikhon's Seminary, has been periodically partnering with our radio station, The Spirit of St. Tikhon's, to bring his esteemed Chyrsostom series to a listening audience. This series presents a great opportunity to become acquainted with one of our Faith's most cherished and venerated teachers. 

For sixteen centuries, St. John Chrysostom's words have been regarded as exemplary expositions of true religion. It is our joy to share them with you in partnership with Dr. Ford, an academic deeply acquainted with St. Chrysostom's life and thought.

You can find the podcast sessions HERE - along with previous episodes and material shared through The Spirit of St. Tikhon's.


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Fr. John Kowalczyk Delivers MEOCCA & OCPM Retreat Homily in Minneapolis - 03/29/24
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Last updated: 2024-04-02 14:11:29

On Saturday, March 23 - March 24, Fr. John Kowalczyk Assistant Professor of Pastoral Theology and Director of Training and Spiritual Care for OCPM was invited by the Twin City's Clergy Association in Minneapolis and OCPM 
Minnesota as retreat speaker and homilist. 

On Saturday afternoon, Fr. John was the main retreat speaker for the OCPM Minnesota. Mark Santana, Church Programs Manager for OCPM, gave a slide presentation on the work of the agency.
On Sunday morning, 24 March, Fr. John concelebrated the Divine Liturgy at St. Mary's Greek Orthodox Church in Minneapolis and was the guest homilist. 

On Sunday afternoon, Fr. John was invited to be the guest Homilist for the Sunday of Orthodoxy service held at St. Mary's (OCA) Cathedral in Minneapolis. This year the Sunday of Orthodoxy fell on the Eve of the Feast of Annunciation, and Fr. John spoke on the the Feast of Annunciation as the beginning of our Salvation.

Despite the snow, hundreds of Orthodox faithful filled the Cathedral to capacity.


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ST. TIKHON’S SEMINARY RECEIVES TEN YEAR REAFFIRMATION OF ACCREDITATION - 03/21/24
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Last updated: 2024-03-21 08:37:32

South Canaan, PA — Following a Comprehensive Site Visit by members of the Association of Theological
Schools in the United States and Canada (ATS) in October 2023, the most recent biannual meeting of the ATS
Board of Commissioners reaffirmed the accreditation of St. Tikhon’s Seminary for a period of 10 years. In their
letter to the Seminary’s Rector, His Eminence Archbishop Michael, the Commissioners praised the Seminary’s
“laser sharp clarity of identity and mission”, “strong community of formation”, and its “committed faculty,
talented leadership team, and dedicated students”. In addition to the extension of accreditation till Spring 2034,
the Commissioners reaffirmed its approval of the Seminary’s M.Div. degree. To add to the joyful news, Dr.
Barbara Mutch, Senior ATS Director of Accreditation, notified the Seminary that the community’s 2023
Self-Study Report would be added to the Association’s library of exemplary self-studies that would be shared at
workshops designed to help member schools begin the process of self-study under the recently updated 2020
Standards of Accreditation.


Regarding this wonderful announcement, Archbishop Michael noted: “To receive the maximum of 10 years of
accreditation is a monumental accomplishment for a seminary of our size. We are humbled that our Self-Study
will be a reference resource for others. Certainly, we are grateful to God for all His blessings, especially for all
those whose labors made this possible for us.” In relaying the news to the community, the Seminary’s Dean, Fr.
John Parker commented: “We give thanks to the Lord for all the good He is doing at St. Tikhon's - and we look
forward to the coming decade of growth and strength.” In his role as Director of Self-Study, the Seminary’s
Academic Dean, Fr. Paul Witek, noted that “the ten-year reaffirmation is an exceptional achievement for the
school and displays the unwavering commitment of so many to the embodied mission of St. Tikhon’s in
providing for the solid formation of future servants and leaders of Christ’s Church.” The Seminary extends its
thanks to all those who contributed to the Self-Study process and asks for the continued prayers and support of
the faithful throughout the Church for our theological school in fulfilling its unique vision for years to come.


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Theophany 2012 - 01/07/12
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2011 Talent Show - 10/26/11
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Clean Week 2011 - 03/17/11
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Alumni Picnic - 09/20/10
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Pascha 2010 - 04/15/10
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Triple Event! - 03/25/09
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Marriage Retreat - 01/31/09
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Marriage Retreat - 01/26/08
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Grand Banquet - 05/27/07
01373 01374
Holy Pascha - 04/08/07
01375
Holy Week - 04/07/07
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Holy Pascha - 04/23/06
01393
Holy Week - 04/22/06
01394 01395 01396 01397 01398 01399 01400 01401 01402 01403
Christmas Play - 12/11/05
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Grand Banquet - 05/29/05
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Holy Pascha - 05/01/05
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Holy Week - 04/30/05
01441 01442 01443 01444 01445 01446 01447 01448 01449
Annunciation - 03/25/05
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Benefit Concert - 02/13/05
01456 01457 01458 01459 01460
March for Life - 01/23/05
01461 01462 01463 01464
St. Nicholas Day - 12/06/04
01465
OISM Retreat - 11/21/04
01466
Men's Retreat - 11/06/04
01467 01468 01469 01470 01471 01472 01473 01474 01475 01476 01477
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