Holy Theological School of Halki: Ecumenical Patriarchate of Orthodox Christianity Under Siege--Book Signing and Presentation Schedule


Author's Presentation:

Using a combination of imagery from his book and unpublished research, author Chris Papoutsy discusses this new volume about the Holy Theological School of Halki in a 45-minute power-point presentation, followed by a question-and-answer session.

The author outlines major history of the Theological School, emphasizing its closure in the 70's by the Turkish government. It is just another step in a lengthy list of discriminatory actions targeting Orthodox Christians. Papoutsy discusses reports of international watchdog groups, Turkish views, and the merits of legal analyses of the Patriarchate's situation.


ISBN:
Hardcover: 270pp; $20.00

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Book Signing and Presentation Schedule

To schedule a presentation and signing in your area, contact Papco Offices at papcoholding@papcoholdings.org . Organizers hosting an event will receive a generous donation based on book sales from the presentation and signing.

Date

Time

Host/Location

Contact

Oct. 28, 2010 7:00pm Maliotis Ctr., Hellenic College-Holy Cross Theological School
Brookline, MA
John Papson

Jan. 23, 2011 after
Liturgy
St. George Greek Orthodox Church
Hollywood, FL
Dr. Tim Tsiotsos

Mar. 9, 2011 after
Liturgy
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
Dover, NH
Parish office

Mar. 17, 2011 7:00pm St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church
Lexington, MA
Rev. Fr. Demetrios
Costarakis

Mar. 31, 2011 7:00pm Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral Center
Brookline, MA [in conjunction with Panel Presentation:
Theological School of Halki: Past, Present and Future]
Rev. Dr. Cleopas
Strongylis

Spring 2011 TBA St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church
Saco, ME
Mr. Paul MacDowell


Apr. 2011 TBA Annual Hermes Expo
Atlantic City, NJ
TBA

Fall 2011 TBA Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church
Pleasant St., Portland, ME
TBA

Fall 2011 TBA Holy Apostles Sts. Peter & Paul Greek Orthodox Church
154-156
Winter St., Haverhill, MA
Fr.Makarios Niakaros
978-373-3311




(Posting date 12 May 2008; updated 26 February 2011)

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