Thursday, 14 April 2016

Στανιλοάε στο Ορθόδοξο Ινστιτούτο

Το Ινστιτούτο Ορθόδοξων Χριστιανικών Σπουδών του Κέϊμπριτζ οργανώνει Ημερίδα, αφιερωμένη στον σπουδαίο Ρουμάνο Ορθόδοξο Θεολόγο π. Δημήτριο Στανιλοάε.

Our next Community Lecture Day will take place on Saturday 16 April 2016 and will focus on Father Dumitru Staniloae. Revd Dr Danut Manastireanu will be the speaker for the day and he will devote his two lectures to the work of the great Romanian theologian. 

Dr Manastireanu is an Anglican priest and has been until recently Faith in Development Director at World Vision International (Middle East / Eastern Europe Regional Office). He has written his doctorate on ‘A Perichoretic Model of the Church: The Trinitarian Ecclesiology of Dumitru Staniloae’ (now published by Lambert Academic Publishing) and he has been involved for decades in the Protestant-Orthodox dialogue. Dr Manastireanu has also been a long-standing friend and supporter of the Institute and he has been instrumental in helping fund the publication of the THE WAY course, as well as in introducing this course nation-wide in Romania.

As before, the Community Lecture Day will take place at our premises
- Palamas House, 25-27 High Street, Chesterton, Cambridge CB4 1NQ.

No additional software or programmes will need to be installed if you wish to attend the lectures online
- participants will simply be sent a link, and by clicking on it they will be able to watch the lectures live, but also to contribute questions or comments during the Q&A session. If you are interested to participate on-line just drop us an email.

The programme of the day will be the following:

10.30-11.00: Welcome coffee
11-12.30: Session One
12.30-14.30: Lunch
14.30-16.00: Session Two
16.00-16.30: Tea
Vespers from 16.30-17.30

This is the third of this year’s series of Community Lecture Days which addresses the theme of ‘Contemporary Fathers and Mothers of the Church: Guides for Today’s World’.

You can find more information about our Community Lecture Days on our website at

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