What's the Bottom Line for Church Unity: Steps in the Right Direction
The Society of St. John Chysostom (Youngstown-Warren Chapter) Presents an interview and Q&A with Very Rev. Bryan Eyman.
Structures in Orthodoxy
Fr. Steve Repa discusses the structures of Orthodoxy, highlighting the differences between East & West, the theological behind Divine Liturgy, and much more.
0:00 - Moleben
22:50 - Structures in Orthodoxy Lecture
Our Coptic Orthodox Brethren Plant Deep Roots in the Mahoning Valley
Very Rev. Fr Mauritius Anba Bishoy's lecture on Coptic History and his own monastic journey from Australia, to Egypt, to America.
St. Mary & St. John the Beloved Coptic Orthodox Monastery is a growing female monastic community in Warren, OH. Members of the Society of St. John Chrysostom were greeted with warm hospitality and refreshments after Fr. Mauritius's lecture.
Father Joe Witmer’s presentation on his experience with ecumenical activities with the protestant churches during his 50 year ministry with the Diocese of Youngstown.
As an added treat, the attendees had the chance to listen to Beri Berardi speak of the commissioned icons of Our Lady of Lourdes and Salus Populi Romani for the Knights of Columbus Immacolata Council 15086.
Deacon Stabilla’s presentation on the origins of the tradition of the Jesus Prayer and its evolution and tradition which must be a part of our contemporary life of prayer, especially during the Lenten Season of the Church.
Deacon Michael Stabilla is a Permanent Deacon for the Diocese of Youngstown, serving the Parishes of St. Patrick in Kent, Ohio and the Newman Center at Kent State University. He is also a teacher of Theology and Philosophy at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Louisville, Ohio