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Sunday of the Publican and PhariseeSermon by Dr. Spyridoula Athanasopoulou-Kypriou

Published on: February 22, 2024
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The Orthodox Christian Studies Center of Fordham University is pleased to present the 2024 season of our Lenten series “Orthodox Scholars Preach,” featuring sermons by leading Orthodox Christian scholars. The sermon for the Sunday of the Publican and Pharisee is given by Dr. Spyridoula Athanasopoulou-Kypriou.

The sermon was delivered at the Church of Agios Nikolaos Rangavas in Athens, Greece.

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  • Spyridoula Athanasopoulou-Kypriou

    Spyridoula Athanasopoulou-Kypriou

    Religious Education Teacher at the Moraitis School (Athens, Greece)

    Dr. Spyridoula Athanasopoulou-Kypriou is a Religious Education teacher at the Moraitis School, Athens, and a trained integrative psychotherapist. She studied theology and philosophy of religion in Greece and in the United Kingdom. She holds a Ph.D. in Systematic Theology from the University of Manch...

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