Future Plans

I have been accepted for admission to Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, where I intend, if I am deemed worthy, to enter the seminary program.

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17 Responses to Future Plans

  1. Nick Norelli says:

    Congrats! That’ll mean a move from coast to coast, right?

  2. Praise God, this is great news! I’ll pray for your vocation.

  3. Justin Anthony Knapp says:

    Kevin,

    That’s definitely exciting news—do you know what your specialization will be? Will it involve you ever finishing your work on the Ethiopian canon?

    —JAK

  4. Δόξα τῷ Θεῷ!

  5. John Hobbins says:

    Great news. I’m thinking that the poetry of Rossetti, her symbols, will take on new meaning.

  6. Thanks guys, I’m looking forward to the experience.

  7. JThomas Phillips says:

    Greetings Kevin,

    Should I say and pile in, Congratulations too!
    You might want to apply to The Pappas Patristic Institute Summer Program, under the direction of Prof.[ Dr.] Beck.Applications are available on line through Holy Cross and/or the Pappas Institute, next program of study is scheduled for this July. I’m tempted. Any questions give me a shout at my gmail provided below. I am glad to have caught up with you. It is an excellent program and will serve as a good prelude to your Theological Studies. Regarding the book discussions on FR. Alexis Trader and Aaron Becks’ Cognitive Therapy, I am all hears and would love to have a copy,but it is very expensive; anyone care to make a donation would be greatly appreciated-I used that therapeutic method in my therapy practice-so I am particularly interested in knowing his take on this subject. As regards to his previous book, I thought it was excellently done. All the best. Thomas

  8. Thomas Valentine says:

    Congratulations! (A little late … I only check in here sporadically.)

  9. Isaac says:

    Hope you’ll find time to maintain your excellent blog.

  10. Jason says:

    Congrats Kevin. I’ve been meaning to email you for an update regarding your seminary musings. I will continue to keep you in my prayers.

  11. Sr Margaret says:

    Mazl tov! that is wonderful news! I hope it all goes very, very well.

  12. Dana Ames says:

    Congratulations, and many blessings. I too hope you will continue your public blog/writing, at least occasionally.

    Dana

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