Byzantine Online is pleased to partner with the Orientale Lumen Foundation to offer an online, one credit class called DT 105: Ecumenism: Orientale Lumen. This online course offers videotaped presentations of keynote speakers and discussions from the 2018 Orientale Lumen Conference (June 18-21, Washington, DC), an annual conference dedicated to Catholic-Orthodox dialogue in hopes, “that they all may be one” (John 17:21). This year’s conference is entitled, “Sister Churches: Fact or Fiction among the Laity.”
Students enrolled in this class for credit will virtually experience the conference
speakers as well as roundtable and panel discussions and prepare a paper in
conjunction with faculty-led readings and discussions which focus on ecumenism.
Students will learn the following:
- Engagement with current state of Catholic-Orthodox dialogue
- Familiarity with timely ecumenical topics
- Modes of dialogue with significant theological issues from Catholic and Orthodox
The cost to take this online course for credit is $410 or audit for $310. In addition, anyone who attended the actual conference in person but wanted to take the course and receive credit would pay half price, or $205. Registration will open in May; the course will launch Monday, July 2, 2018.
For more information about the Orientale Lumen conference and the list of invited speakers, visit http://olfoundation.net/conferences/. For more information about the online class, contact Byzantine Online at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412-321- 8383, ext. 23.