|Fr Anthony (Spencer) Estabrooks|
1966 – B.A. University of Toronto
Fr Anthony has completed coursework towards a PhD in Western Religious thought and Indian Philosophy. He has taught various courses in philosophy and religious studies over a period of 15 years as a sessional lecturer at a number of post-secondary institutions in Winnipeg, including the University of Winnipeg and Concord College.
His M.A. thesis was done on the Book of Revelation in the New Testament.
Throughout his life, he has been involved in many informal and formal programs for lay Christian theological training.
His thesis for his M. Div. in Orthodox Theology was concerned with the importance of participation by laity in Holy Communion in the Orthodox Church.
|Fr. Mirone Klysh|
1952 – A.A.S. in Chemical Technology from New York Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences, Binghamton, New York
After receiving his A.A.S., Fr Mirone enrolled in the B.Sc. (Chemistry) program at Harpur College, Endicott, New York; he left to enter the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict. Fr. Mirone also completed Ph.D. courses in History in 1970. He discontinued studies to do parish work in the Romanian Episcopate of the Orthodox Church in America.
Fr. Mirone is currently teaching various courses for the Saint Arseny Institute.
|Very Rev. Fr. Anatoly Melnyk|
1979 – graduated from the Mlinov Agricultural College, Veterinarian Division, Ukraine.
Mitred Very Reverent Anatoly Melnyk used to teach a Liturgical Theology class (evening school) in Saint Petersburg. He has taught Church School and Theological courses in public school and prepared many young students for the Theological Schools in Volyn and Kiev, and Choir Director Schools in Ukraine.
From 1992 he established a parish newspaper “Orthodoxy” and was the Editor for the Archdiocesan Newspaper “Orthodox Volyn”. He also published several books for use in the Church and for home education.
From January 2000-2005, he was the rector of Holy Trinity Sobor in Winnipeg, Archdiocese of Canada. Since being re-located to Montreal in 2005, he continues to teach our Liturgics/Liturgical Theology courses by correspondence. He and his wife Iryna have two children: Julia and Hlib.
|Dr. Deacon Lasha Tchantouridze