Faculty: Professors

Professors

  • The Very Reverend Archimandrite Father Dr. Akakios (Hagiogrēgoritēs)

    • B.A. (Political Science), California State University, San Bernardino
    • Lic. Theol. (Pastoral Theology), Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies
    • D.Min. (Pastoral Theology), San Francisco Theological Seminary

      Prior Academics: Associate Director, Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies
      Areas: pastoral theology and practice, Orthodox spirituality, history, literature

  • The Most Reverend Bishop Dr. Auxentios of Etna and Portland

    • B.A. (Religion), Princeton University
    • Lic. Theol. (Patristic Theology), Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies
    • Th.D. (Liturgical Theology), Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley
        Areas: liturgiology, homiletics, catechetics
  • The Most Reverend Metropolitan Dr. Chrysostomos of Etna (†2019)

    • B.A. (History), University of California, Riverside
    • B.A. (Psychology), California State University, San Bernardino
    • Lic. Theol. (Patristic and Historical Theology), Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies
    • M.A. (Byzantine History), University of California, Davis
    • M.A. (Psychology), Princeton University
    • Ph.D. (Psychology), Princeton University
        Prior Academics: Preceptor, Princeton University; Assistant Professor, University of California, Riverside; Visiting Lecturer, Ashland Theological Seminary; Assistant Professor, Ashland University; Associate Professor, Ashland University; Visiting Scholar, Harvard University; Academic Director, Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies; Visiting Professor, Uppsala University; Research Associate, Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies; Fulbright Lecturer, University of Bucharest; Fulbright Lecturer and Visiting Professor, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University; Fulbright Lecturer and Visiting Professor, Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism; Executive Director, Romanian–United States Fulbright Commission; Guest Lecturer, University of Bucharest; Adjunct Professor, Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism; Senior Research Scholar, Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies; Visiting Scholar, University of Washington, Seattle; Visiting Scholar, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley
        Awards: Chairman’s Research Grant, National Endowment for the Humanities; Marsden Foundation Research Fellow; Senior Fulbright Scholar; David B. Larson Fellow in Health and Spirituality (Kluge Center, United States Library of Congress)
        Memberships: American Psychological Association; American Association of University Professors; Fulbright Association; Board of Directors, Center for the Study and Preservation of the Majority Text
        Areas: psychology of religion, pastoral psychology, Patristics, dogmatics, Byzantine Church history, statistics
  • The Very Reverend Archimandrite Father Dr. Patapios (Hagiogrēgoritēs)

    • B.A. (Classics and Philosophy), University of Cambridge
    • Lic. Theol. (Patristic Theology), Center for Traditionalist Orhodox Studies
    • M.A. (Classics and Philosophy), University of Cambridge
    • M.A. (Philosophy), Pennsylvania State University
    • M.A. (Classics), University of Pittsburgh
    • M. L. S. (Library Science), University of Pittsburgh
    • Th. D. (Patristics), Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley
        Prior Academics: Lecturer, Saint Joseph of Arimathea Anglican Theological College; Newhall Teaching Fellow, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley; Academic Director, Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies; Visiting Scholar, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley
        Areas: philosophy, Classical philology, Patristics, apologetics, religious studies

Adjunct Professors

  • Dr. Augustin Ioan

    • Ph. D. (History of Architecture), Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism
    • Ph. D. (Philosophy), University of Bucharest
        Current Academics: Professor of the History and Theory of Architecture, Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism
        Prior Academics: Director of the Doctoral School, Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism
        Areas: history and theory of Church architecture, modern philosophy
  • The Reverend Presbyter Father Dr. Jiří Ján

    • M.A. (Theology), Charles University
    • Dr. Theol. (Patristic Theology), Charles University
        Areas: Patristics, dogmatics, Orthodox ecclesiology, Church history
  • Dr. Ernest Hargreaves Latham, Jr.

    • B.A. (History) (with distinction), Dartmouth College, Rufus Choate Scholar
    • M.A. (History) (with honors), Roosevelt University
    • Ph. D. (History), University of Bucharest
        Professional Experience: Commander, United States Coast Guard; Foreign Service Officer, United States Information Agency; Special Assistant to the Director, United States Information Agency; Assistant Public Affairs Officer, American Embassy, Jedda, Saudi Arabia; Assistant Press Attaché, American Embassy, Vienna, Austria; Supervisory Political Officer, American Embassy, Nicosia, Cyprus; Washington Director, Foreign Press Center, United States Information Agency; Cultural Attaché, American Embassy, Bucharest, Romania; Cultural Attaché, American Embassy, Athens, Greece
        Prior Academics: Instructor, Lowell Technological Institute; Fulbright Scholar, Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania; Interim Executive Director, United States Fulbright Commission in Romania; Instructor and Curriculum Coordinator, Foreign Service Institute, United States Department of State
        Memberships: American Historical Association; Association for the Study of Nationalities; Association for Romanian Studies; Association for Slavic, Eastern European, and Eurasian Studies; American–Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences; Southeast European Studies Association
        Areas: history, Orthodox populations and culture in the Balkans
  • Dr. John C. B. Petropoulos

    • A. B. (Classics), Harvard University
    • D. Phil. (Classics), University of Oxford
        Current Academics: Director Emeritus, Center for Hellenic Studies in Greece, Harvard University; Professor of Ancient Greek Literature, Democritean University of Thrace
        Areas: Classical philology, New Testament Greek, ancient philosophy, Patristics

Visiting Professors

  • The Most Reverend Metropolitan Fotiy of Triaditsa

    • M.A. (Theology), Saint Clement of Ohrid Theological Academy
    • M.A. (Classical Philology), University of Sofia
        Prior Academics: Lecturer, Saint John of Rila Theological Seminary (Bulgarian Patriarchate); Assistant Professor of Ancient Greek Literature, University of Sofia
        Awards: Florovsky Theological Prize
        Areas: dogmatic theology, ecclesiology
  • Dr. hab. Józef Kuffel

    • M.A. (Russian Philology), Jagiellonian University
    • Ph.D. (Literary Studies), Jagiellonian University
        Current Academics: Post-doctoral Associate Professor, Faculty of Philology, Institute of Eastern Slavic Studies, Department of Medieval and Modern Russian Literature
        Academic Affiliations: Council of the Faculty of Philology, Jagiellonian University; Commission on Slavology, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences
        Areas: Orthodox Christianity in Russia
  • Mr. Daniel F. Lula, Esq.

    • B.A. (Pre-Law), Yale University
    • J.D. (Law), Harvard Law School
        Areas: legal issues and the parish community
  • The Reverend Presbyter Father Dr. Hariton Mrázek

    • M.A. (Sociology), Charles University
    • M.A. (Theology), Charles University
    • Dr. Theol. (Theology), Charles University
        Areas: religion in society, Patristics
  • The Reverend Deacon Father Dr. Leonidas Pittos

    • B.A. (History) (with honors), University of Illinois at Chicago
    • M.A. (Social Sciences), University of Chicago
    • Ph.D. (History), University of Chicago
        Current Academics: Senior Lecturer in Modern Greek Studies, Department of Classical and Modern Languages, Wayne State University
        Prior Academics: Lecturer, University of Illinois at Chicago, University of Chicago
        Areas: early and Eastern Christian history, Byzantine and modern Greek history, Modern Greek
  • Dr. Remus Rus

    • B.Th. (Theology), Theological Seminary of Caransebeș
    • Lic. Theol. (Theology), Institute of Theology, University of Sibiu
    • Th.D. (Theology, History of Religion), Patriarchal Faculty of Theology, University of Bucharest
    • Postgraduate Study: Oxford University, University of Sorbonne, University of Heidelberg (Theology, History of Religion)
        Current Academics: Professor Emeritus, Patriarchal School of Theology, University of Bucharest; Associate Professor, UNESCO Program, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest; Associate Professor, Caragiale University of Theatrical Arts and Cinematography
        Prior Academics: Visiting Professor, University of Chicago; Visiting Professor, Saint Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary; Visiting Professor, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology
        Memberships: Romanian Academy (Honorary Member)
        Areas: history of religion, philosophy of religion, Orthodox systematic theology
  • The Very Reverend Protopresbyter Father Dr. James Thornton

    • A.A. (Humanities), Golden West College
    • Lic. Theol. (Historical Theology), Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies
    • D.Min. (Pastoral Theology), San Francisco Theological Seminary
        Areas: Church history

Lecturers

  • Schemamonk Father Chrysostomos (Hagiogrēgoritēs)

    • Dip. Theol. (General Theology), Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies
    • Lic. Theol. (Historical Theology), Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies
    • M.T.S. (Orthodox Theology), Saint Photios Orthodox Theological Seminary
    • Doctoral student, San Francisco Theological Seminary
        Areas: New Testament Greek, liturgical chant, financial management
  • The Very Reverend Abbess Mother Dr. Elizabeth (Hagielisavetissa)

    • B.A. (Family and Consumer Sciences), Ashland University
    • Lic. Theol. (Pastoral Theology), Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies
    • D.Min. (Pastoral Theology), San Francisco Theological Seminary
        Areas: pastoral counselling
  • The Very Reverend Archimandrite Father Gregory (Hagiogrēgoritēs)

    • A.A. (Social Sciences) (highest honors), Long Beach City College
    • Dip. Theol. (General Theology), Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies
    • Lic. Theol. (Biblical Theology), Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies
    • M.T.S. (Orthodox Theology), Saint Photios Orthodox Theological Seminary
    • Doctoral student, San Francisco Theological Seminary
        Areas: Biblical studies, pastoral theology
  • Schemanun Mother Kassiane (Hagielisavetissa)

    • B.S. (Psychology) (with honors), Florida State University
    • M.Arch. (Architecture), University of Colorado Boulder
        Areas: English composition, vestment-making, architecture

Adjunct Lecturers

  • Mr. Mateusz J. Ferens
    • B.A. (Applied Design), San Diego State University
    • M.A. (History of Art), University of California, Riverside
    • Doctoral student, University of Wisconsin, Madison
        Areas: art history, cultural history, bioethics

Visiting Lecturers

  • The Very Reverend Archimandrite Father Glykerios (Hagiokyprianitēs)

    • M.Math. (General Mathematics), École Normale Supérieure
    • Agrégation of Mathematics
        Areas: science and religion
  • Protopsaltes Nikolaos Polychros

    • Dip. (Byzantine Music), School of Byzantine Music, Metropolis of Thessalonica
    • Dip. (Byzantine Music), Aristoxeneio Conservatory
        Areas: Byzantine music
  • The Right Reverend Bishop Serafim of Sozopolis

    • M.A. (Structural Engineering), University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy
    • Cert. of Theological Studies, Saints Cyril and Methodius Theological Seminary   Areas: theology
  • The Most Reverend Bishop Sergios of Portland Emeritus

    • B.A. (Philosophy), University of Connecticut
    • M.Div. (Theology), Saint Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary
    • M.A. (Byzantine History), Fordham University
        Prior Academics: Faculty of History, University of Alaska Southeast
        Areas: theology, philosophy, Church history, Byzantine studies

Instructors

  • Schemanun Mother Eupraxia (Hagielisavetissa)

    • B.Th. (Orthodox Theology), Saint Photios Orthodox Theological Seminary
        Areas: New Testament, dogmatic theology
  • Schemanun Mother Justina (Hagielisavetissa)

    • B.A. (Cinematography Arts), University of Stockholm
        Areas: iconography
  • Schemanun Mother Kypriane (Hagielisavetissa)

    • Dip. Theol. (Biblical Theology), Johannelunds Theological Institute
    • Lic. Theol. (Pastoral Theology), Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies
        Areas: parish and mission work
  • The Reverend Presbyter Father George Mavromatis

    • A.B. (Theology), Saint Louis University
    • M.Div. (Theology), Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology
        Areas: practical liturgics
  • The Reverend Hierodeacon Father Photii (Hagiogrēgoritēs)

    • B.Th. (Orthodox Theology), Saint Photios Orthodox Theological Seminary
        Areas: Church history, Russian, liturgics
  • Schemanun Mother Seraphima (Hagielisavetissa)

    • B.A. (Ancient Studies), Barnard College, Columbia University
    • M.T.S. (Orthodox Theology), Saint Photios Orthodox Theological Seminary
        Areas: Latin, literature, Russian spiritual culture
  • Schemamonk Father Vlasie (Hagiogrēgoritēs)

    • Dip. Theol. (General Theology), Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies
    • B. Th. (Orthodox Theology), Saint Photios Orthodox Theological Seminary
        Areas: information technology and computer programs for Chruch use

Visiting Instructors

  • The Right Reverend Bishop Maximus of Pelagonia

    • B.Th. (General Theology), Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary
        Areas: Patristics, philosophy, science and religion, liturgical chant
  • The Very Reverend Archimandrite Father Patrick (Hagiosinaïtēs)

    • B.A. (Painting), Rhode Island School of Design
        Prior Academics: Lecturer, Roehampton Art Institute; Lecturer, Valamo Academy; Lecturer, Patriarch Athenagoras Orthodox Institute, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley
        Areas: iconography
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