Tag: Folkhögskola

Sankt Ignatios Digital Open Days, 2023.

On Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th March, Sankt Ignatios College is opening its doors to the public (digitally)! On Wednesday each of our seminaries and projects will offer time online for you to learn about the education they offer and

Biblical Exegesis (Serbian Orthodox church)

Biblical Exegesis (Serbian Orthodox Church) The biblical text is one of the oldest expressions of faith and one of the foundations of Christian theology.  However, precisely because it is an ancient text, it is often difficult to interpret, especially for

Biblical Exegesis (Serbian Orthodox Church) 2023-2024

Requirements: Participants are expected to engage in all course activities. That means being present and active in scheduled classes and completing assigned tasks outside of classes. If participants miss lessons, they may be required to do extra assignments to fulfill

Eastern Christianity in its Texts

For many people, the dogmas, beliefs, and practices of the Church come ready-packaged, but they often lack a contextual understanding of how these dogmas, beliefs and practices developed. This course takes a holistic approach by introducing the historical circumstances, protagonists,

Georgian Orthodox Church Music

This course in Georgian Orthodox Church Music will provide participants with an introduction to this rich and vibrant musical tradition. The course will focus on developing the fundamental skills necessary to perform Georgian Orthodox Church Music, including sight-reading, vocal technique,

Orthodox Hagiography with a Focus on Translation

Course description: The calendar texts about the Orthodox saints, the synaxarion of the Orthodox Church, are an often overlooked source of historical and theological insight. This course, in seminar form, focuses in particular on the synaxarion texts of Sundays and

History of the Church (in Serbian) 2023-2024

Requirements: Students are expected to participate in all course activities which means being present and playing an active role at the scheduled lessons and completing assignments outside of classes. If participants miss lessons, they may be required to do extra assignments to

Biblical and Liturgical Greek (Koine): 2023-2024

Do you want to gain a deeper understanding of the Scriptures by engaging with the Greek language of the Bible? Are you also interested in reading and understanding some of the Church’s most important prayers in their original Greek form?