Around the Twin Cities
November 4: Dostoyevsky at the Cathedral of St Paul
On Tuesday, November 4, a Russian Orthodox scholar, Dr Svetlana Corwin of Belmont Abbey College in Belmont, NC, will speak on Dostoyevsky at the Cathedral of Saint Paul; her lecture is titled "The Christian View of the Human Person through the Lens of Dostoevsky." The talk will be held at 7 pm in Hayden Hall, on the lower level of the Cathedral of Saint Paul (239 Selby Ave, Saint Paul).
More details here.
November 7: Cunningham Lecture - 19th Century Orthodox Pilgrimages
The annual James W. Cunningham Memorial Lecture on Eastern Orthodox History and Culture will be presented at the University of Minnesota on Friday, November 7. Christine D. Worobec of Northern Illinois University will give this year's lecture: "The Long Road to Kyiv: Nineteenth Century Orthodox Pilgrimages." Time: 7:30 pm. Venue: 125 Willey Hall, University of Minnesota, 225 19th Ave S, Minneapolis. A reception will follow the presentation. Please RSVP by October 31 (612-624-4526 or email@example.com).
Annual Twin Cities IOCC Dinner
You're invited to the annual Twin Cities International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC) Dinner on Thursday, November 13, at St Mary's Greek Orthodox Church. Join the pan-Orthodox faithful of the Twin Cities in support of IOCC's latest humanitarian work around the world. Hear first-hand accounts of IOCC's work in Greece from summer intern Clia Mpogiatzis. For questions contact Justin and Kyrsten Theodotou (firstname.lastname@example.org); to register, visit IOCC.org/Minneapolis.