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The fifth event of the fourth series of online lectures “Time for Action” organized by the Volos Academy for Theological Studies will take place on Thursday, April 25, 2024, at 7:00 pm (EEST). The speaker will be Prof. Dr. Paul Ladouceur, Professor at the Orthodox School of Theology at the University of Toronto and Laval University, Canada, on April 25. The topic will be“Saint Mary (Skobtsova) of Paris as a case of ‘liturgy after the liturgy’ avant la lettre”The lecture will be in French with interpretation into Greek, and the discussion will be moderated by Dr. Andreas Alexopoulos, Primary Education Teacher and Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Theology, University of Athens. The link for attending via the Zoom platform is

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The fourth event of the “Time for Action” series was successfully held on Monday, April 15, 2024. It was the round table on “Artificial Intelligence: Threat or Blessing?” Participants were Dr. Theofanis Tassis (Lecturer of Contemporary Practical Philosophy at Alpen-Adria University, Austria and Visiting Professor at St. Gallen University, Switzerland) and Dr. Gayle Woloschak (Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology and Radiology at Northwestern University, USA). The discussion was moderated

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The next event of the series “Time for Action” will take place on Monday, April 15, 2024, 7 p.m. EEST, and it will be a round table on the topic “Artificial Intelligence: Threat or blessing?” Panelists include Dr. Theofanis Tasis (Lecturer of Contemporary Practical Philosophy, Alpen-Adria University in Austria and Visiting Professor, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland) and Dr. Gayle Woloschak (Professor, Departments of Radiation Oncology and Radiology, Northwestern University, USA), while

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On Thursday, March 28, 7 p.m. CET, as the fourth event of the series “The Liturgy after the Liturgy,” a lecture on the subject of mission will be given by His Eminence Gregorios, Metropolitan of Cameroon. Organized by the Holy Metropolis of France and the Vicariate of French-speaking parishes, (Vicariat Sainte Marie de Paris et Saint Alexis d'Ugine, Ecumenical Patriarchate), in collaboration with the Volos Academy for Theological Studies, this lecture will develop the idea of “Mission as a form

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RESILIENCE, the European cross-disciplinary research infrastructure serving the study of religion, launches its third call for applications for Transnational Access Fellowships. The call will be open March 15 to May 1, 2024. Users will gain direct, fast, and effective access to the collections of leading research institutions and universities in Europe, guided by experts in the field .

 

Users of the Transnational Access (TNA) fellowships will gain direct and effective access, both physical

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The work of the International Conference on the DOCUMENTATION OF ECCLESIASTICAL CULTURAL HERITAGE of the Narrate Project, organized by the University of "Saint Clement of Ohrid" in Sofia, Bulgaria, with participations from Bulgaria, Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Lebanon, Italy and the USA, was completed on Wednesday, March 13. Volos Academy for Theological Studies was represented by its associate, Costis Drygianakis, who spoke on the topic "An icon, a site, a book: We and the digital representations

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Presentation of the Energy Community of the Holy Metropolis

Since 2021, Volos Academy for Theological Studies in cooperation with the Holy Metropolis of Demetrias and Almyros and with the blessings of the local Metropolitan Ignatius, attempts to respond to the demands of the times, contributing with its capacities to the effort of the Orthodox Church to deal with the climate crisis. For this purpose, it has so far organized, both in situ and online, international conferences, training

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TIME FOR ACTION - 4th Season

TIME FOR ACTION - 4th Season

Taking advantage of the possibilities offered by modern communication technology, Volos Academy for Theological Studies organizes for the fourth consecutive Read More
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