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++John L. Simons, OSA, OSG to serve as Moderator of the CAC
May 25, 2019
Archbishop John L. Simons OSA, OSG will assume responsibility as Moderator of the Communion of Anglican Churches effective 05/23/2019. +Mike Zulinke will continue to serve the CAC as the Bishop of the Diocese of the Southeast and the Bishop in charge of the Home Church Network/Church planting program. We are greatful for the dedication and leadership +Dr. Mike has given over the past 2 years as Moderator and look forward to his continued leadership as the Bishop of the Diocese of the Southeast. 
Certificate of Benedictine Studies (C.B.S) leading to religious ordination now available online
May 24, 2019
 Certificate of Benedictine Studies (C.B.S)
The Certificate of Benedictine Studies is designed for students who wish to pursue training and formal graduate level education leading to ordination into the Order of St. Alcuin - Benedictine. The program is especially appropriate for individuals who want pursue a religious life as a Brother within the Benedictine tradition, but would like to continue their secular vocation in service to Christ as well. If interested, contact Abbot General ++John L. Simons, OSA, OSG anytime, please call 772-834-5887 or use the contact portal on this website or by email: cacianglican@gmail.com
St. Alcuin House Theological Seminary Update
April 01, 2019

The Tablet

April 6, 2019

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SAHS is pleased to announce the following students have completed their
course of study and have received the following degrees:

Doctor of Philosophy

Esther Njeri Wainaina

 Master of Philosophy

Karuru James Kabiro

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Call for Papers

College of Christian Research and Applied Theology

Center for Biblical Studies

The Arts, Literature, and Religion section invites proposals for papers on any topic concerning the intersection of the arts, literature, and religion. Proposals for papers should not exceed 500 words and should include title, brief description, and an indication of the main arguments of the presentation. Final Research Papers are due on or before December 15, 2019. Publication date for the SAH Journal is planned for January 2020

 Proposals should be E-mailed to:

Dr. John L. McMahon - Associate Professor, Religious Studies

E-mail: stalcuinseminary@gmail.com

 

Mark 9:41-43

New International Version (NIV)

41 Truly I tell you, anyone who gives you a cup of water in my name because
you belong to the Messiah will certainly not lose their reward.

 42 “If anyone causes one of these little ones—those who believe in me—to stumble,
it would be better for them if a large millstone were hung around their neck
and they were thrown into the sea.
43 If your hand causes you to stumble, cut it off. It is better for you to enter life
maimed than with two hands to go into hell, where the fire never goes out.

 

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Prayer for

The families and friends of

+Bob Corao, OAS

+Mike Zulinke, OSA

Jana L. Simons

Konnor Lagassee,

Sandra Baxter

Our Brothers and Sisters serving Christ

 

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The SAHS Is Now Open Winter Term 2019

 

CURRENT COURSE OFFERINGS:

The website has several features and an additional 702 video courses that you and your students can access. Our current course offerings can be found under the drop-down menu option for Academic links on the St. Alcuin Seminary choice on the toolbar at the top of the Home page. If you look on the Links page, you will see online courses for New Testament Studies, Old Testament Studies and Anglican Studies just to name a few. Please look around and explore the site.

 

NEW COURSE OFFERINGS:

The College of Christian Research and Applied Theology is now taking suggestions for new courses for the Summer semester starting July 1, 2019.  If you have a course of interest or a topic you would like to explore, please submit your request via the contact page.

 

Please look around and explore the site. The SAHS website can be accessed by going to the link www.stalcuinseminary.com

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