Minneapolis Cathedral’s Annual St. Alexis (Toth) Lecture to be
presented May 6, 2014
MINNEAPOLIS, MN [MW Diocese Communications] — The 2014 Annual Saint Alexis (Toth) Lecture will take place at the historic Saint Mary’s Cathedral in northeast Minneapolis on Tuesday, May 6 at 7:15 p.m.
The speaker will be Archimandrite Luke, Abbot of Holy Trinity Orthodox Monastery and Seminary, Jordanville, NY. A reception will follow in the parish center.
The Saint Alexis (Toth) Lecture is an annual event sponsored by Saint Mary’s Boriss-Hansen Committee, which is dedicated to furthering educational opportunities for Cathedral parishioners and the local Orthodox community. Previous speakers were Metropolitan Jonah (Paffhausen), Archimandrite Meletios (Weber), Bishop Matthias (Moriak), and Archpriest John Jillions. The series is named for the founder of the Orthodox community in Minneapolis over 120 years ago, a great Orthodox missionary and apologist who was glorified by the Orthodox Church in America in 1994.
Saint Mary’s Cathedral is located at 1701 Fifth Street Northeast, Minneapolis, MN. Further information may be found on the parish web-site — www.stmarysoca.org — or by calling the parish office at 612-781-7667.