Volume 4: Number 6 Authors and Contributors

Volume 4: Number 6 Authors and Contributors

Archpriest Michael Koblosh graduated from St. Tikhon’s and St. Vladimir’s Seminaries. He was ordained in 1969 by Metropolitan Ireney and has since served parishes in Los Angeles, East Meadow, N.Y.,  Terryville and Bridgeport, Ct., Whitestone, N.Y.  Began a mission in Southbury, Ct, as well as serving on various departments of the Orthodox Church in America. Fr Michael has been married for 43 years, with two daughters and five grandchildren. He is currently retired and living in Alexandria, Va,. (because my daughter lives here)  and began All Saints of America Mission in Alexandria – which is growing and in need of larger quarters!

Archpriest Eric G. Tosi is the Secretary of the Orthodox Church America. He is the former rector of parishes in Montana and Nevada, and the former chair of the Department of Evangelization. He is completing his doctoral studies on evangelism and communities at the University of Toronto.

Mr William Kopcha is a psychics and chemistry teacher at a private high school in Connecticut. He grew up in Connecticut and Vermont. He attends Christ the Savior Orthodox Church in Southbury, CT. William holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry and a Master’s Degree in Chemistry and Materials Science from the University of Connecticut. He is a past member and former president of the University of Connecticut Orthodox Christian Fellowship.  He is a frequent contributor to this blog.

Dr. Peter C. Bouteneff, Ph.D. is Associate Professor in Systematic Theology at St Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary. He holds a D.Phil in Theology from Oxford University. Check out his podcast on Ancient Faith Radio, “Sweeter than Honey”, and his book of the same name.

Mr Andrew Boyd is the Director of Youth, Young Adult, and Campus Ministry for the Orthodox Church in America. He is a graduate of the University of Connecticut’s School of Business and the Master’s of Divinity program at Saint Vladimir’s Seminary. He works in corporate communications in New York City.