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2006 Towards a Complete Expression of the Diaconate: Discerning the Ministry of Women Deacons

1997 Concerns for Orthodox Women's Theological Education

This paper was delivered in 1997 during an International Conference on Theological Education sponsored by the World Council of Churches Department of Theological Education  in Oslo, Norway. Dr. Kyriaki FitzGerald served as a presenter and facilitator.

1981 Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology Women's Group Meeting

1981 Reflection Paper: Practical Issues and Challenges Encountering Theologically Educated Lay Ministers in Orthodox America

1980-1981 Suggestions of Potential Areas for Vocational Diakonia

1976-1981 Women's Progress Report

This report was written by invitation of the dean and submitted to the faculty of Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, 1981.

1980 Church Service and the Diaconate Workshop

This was one workshop which took place June 1980 during a conference on ministry of women in the Church at St. Vladimir's Seminary in Crestwood, NY. The keynote address was offered by then Metropolitan Bishop Maximos of Pittsburgh who spoke on this theme. Kyriaki FitzGerald, who had just graduated Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, spoke on and led the discussion regarding the ordination of women to the diaconate.

1954 Professor Evangelos Theodorou's Volume II Ordination or Appointment of Deaconesses

1949 Professor Evangelos Theodorou's Volume I Heroines of Love: Deaconesses through the Age

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Published in 1999, this book is the product of ground-breaking, officially sponsored, international Orthodox Women’s Conferences that took place in Damascus, Syria (1996) and Constantinople/Istanbul, Turkey (1997). 

                                       

 

 

 

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