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:


    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?


  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.


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