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Mind and Spirit Moments

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  • Bill Samsonoff
    “Mind and Spirit Moments” St. Vladimir’s Seminary • 575 Scarsdale Road Yonkers NY 10707 • www.svots.edu Friday, December 7, 7:00pm, Metropolitan
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      “Mind and Spirit Moments”
      St. Vladimir’s Seminary • 575 Scarsdale Road
      Yonkers NY 10707 • www.svots.edu

      Friday, December 7, 7:00pm, Metropolitan Philip Auditorium All are
      welcome to attend a public viewing of the film "It's a Girl!" sponsored
      by St. Ambrose Society, St. Vladimir’s Seminary’s pro-life group, with
      presentation by SVOTS alumnus, Ian Jones.

      Tuesday, January 15, 7:30pm Beginning January 15, 2013, the seminary is
      offering a 10-week course open to the public: “The Music and Faith of
      Arvo Pärt,” taught by Peter C. Bouteneff. Arvo Pärt, the 3rd-most
      performed composer globally, is an Orthodox Christian of Estonian
      nationality. The course will combine the study of music with the
      spirituality and teachings of the Orthodox Christian faith. For
      registration and course details, contact Pdn. Joseph Matusiak, director
      of Admissions: jmatusiak@...; telephone: 914-961-8313 x328; or,
      visit www.svots.edu.

      Friday, January 18, 7:00pm, Metropolitan Philip Auditorium Join us as
      Dr. Peter Brown, Princeton University's Philip and Beulah Rollins
      Professor of History, Emeritus, presents the 30th annual Father
      Alexander Schmemann Memorial Lecture. In his talk, titled "Constantine,
      Eusebius, and the Future of Christianity," our erudite and inspiring
      speaker will focus on how Christians approach the study of history.

      Sunday, January 20, 4:30pm, Metropolitan Philip Auditorium Dr. Tristram
      Engelhardt will explore the roots of the increasing political
      incorrectness of traditional Christianity, especially Orthodox
      Christianity, in a lecture titled “Preaching the Word of the Lord: Being
      an Orthodox Christian in a Post-Christian Public Square.” Special accent
      will be given to issues such as abortion, which divided Christians from
      the ethos of the ancient world, and still divides Christians from
      secular Western societies.

      Friday, January 25, all day The public is welcome to reserve a seat on
      the bus sponsored by St. Ambrose Society, St. Vladimir’s Seminary’s
      pro-life group, to attend the 40th Annual March for Life, Washington,
      D.C. The bus will leave the seminary campus in front of the John G.
      Rangos Family Building (south entrance) at 5 am and return at midnight.
      Seats are free, but donations to the Seminary will be accepted. Contact
      Dn. Andre Paez for a reservation: apaez@....


      View details under "Upcoming Events" at www.svots.edu
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