Archpriest Chad Hatfield

St. Vladimir’s Seminary to bestow three honorary doctorates at 2018 commencement

March 29, 2018 Featured

SVOTS – 29/3/18 [SVOTS Communications / YONKERS, NY] At its commencementSaturday, May 19, 2018, St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary will confer honorary doctorates to three people for their contributions to the Orthodox Church: composer Mitered Archpriest Sergei Glagolev, Seminary Trustee Emeritus Protodeacon Peter Danilchick, and University of Kentucky Professor David Bradshaw, Ph.D. “Their contributions align so fittingly […]

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100th Anniversary of the Enthronement of Patriarch Tikhon of Moscow

December 5, 2017 News

SVOTS – 5/12/17 December 4 (November 21 on the Julian Calendar) marks the occasion of the 100th Anniversary of the Enthronement as Patriarch of Moscow and All Rus of St. Tikhon (née Ioann Belavin), who now bears the title of “Patriarch of Moscow and Apostle to America.” His enthronement restored the patriarchal system of church governance that had been abolished […]

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SVOTS Board confirms Archpriest Chad Hatfield as Seminary President

May 9, 2017 News
Archpriest Chad Hatfield, President [photo: Adrienne Soper]

YONKERS, NY [SVOTS Communications] – May 2017 His Beatitude, Metropolitan Tikhon, Primate of the Orthodox Church in America and Chair of the Board of Trustees of Saint Vladmir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, has announced two significant actions taken by the Board concerning the governance of the seminary at a special meeting held Wednesday, May 3, 2017.  […]

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SVS Press Book Debuts in Russian Media

January 30, 2017 News

SVOTS – 30/1/17 In mid-January 2017, Archpriest Chad Hatfield, seminary president, and Deacon Gregory Hatrak, director of Marketing and Operations at SVS Press, traveled to Moscow, Russia, to attend a formal presentation of a recently released press title, Patriarch Kirill in His Own Words, in the presence of several honored guests and local media. The book, […]

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