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St. Gregory Nazianzen Institute's programs in Eastern Christian Studies are fully accredited by the Department of Education of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Mexico, Central America, Colombia, Venezuela, and the Islands of the Caribbean, (Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople), and are thereby certified to prepare and train candidates for ordination and/or other ministries and leadership roles in the Church. Students are trained at the certificate, diploma, undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate level in an atmosphere of rigour, discipline, and synergy. The Institute's commitment to the integration of Eastern Christian Studies, (and/or theological methods or approaches), with personal spiritual experience and piety, orthopraxis, and moreover, character, is one of the most important and outstanding characteristics of its programs of study. The Institute's Faculty also offers a broad multidisciplinary spectrum, which promotes and encourages students to pursue interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary studies and/or research. St. Gregory Nazianzen Institute students and graduates serve as clergy and/or monastics in (a) several  jurisdictions of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople across the world, (b) the Church of Greece, (c) the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia, (d) the Orthodox Church in America, (e) the Byzantine Catholic Church, (f) the Melkite Greek Catholic Church, and (g) other faith communities.

 

 

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It is necessary most of all for one who is fasting to curb anger, to accustom himself to meekness and condescension, to have a contrite heart, to repulse impure thoughts and desires, to examine his conscience, to put his mind to the test and to verify what good has been done by us in this or any other week, and which deficiency we have corrected in ourselves in the present week. This is true fasting.

St. John Chrysostom


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