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Dr. Vujisic signs Bilateral Agreement
Dr. Vujisic signs Bilateral Agreement
Dr. Vujisic signs Bilateral Agreement
URG President Dr. Reyes-Lee signs Agreement
URG President Dr. Reyes-Lee signs Agreement
URG President Dr. Reyes-Lee signs Agreement
Mutual congratulations after signing Agreement
Mutual congratulations after signing Agreement
Mutual congratulations after signing Agreement

 

St. Gregory Nazianzen Institute for Eastern Christian Studies is a free-standing, not-for-profit, private, religious institution of higher learning governed by an independent Board of Trustees that provides faith-based distance learning opportunities in higher education through accessible, affordable, flexible, and high quality undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate programs, (see New Program and Degree Options, Academic Programs, and Headquarters). The Institute's raison d'être is the preparation of men and women for service and leadership roles in the Church, (i.e., its academic programs are directed towards the preparation of students for religious vocations as clergymen, monastics, professionals, and laypersons in the disciplines of theology, ministry, and interdisciplinary studies). The Institute is an academic unit of Universidad Rural de Guatemala, (URG), an institution of higher learning accredited by El Consejo de la Enseñanza Privada Superior [Council of Private Higher Education], Guatemala. URG is listed as an accredited university in the International Handbook of Universities and is included in the International Association of Universities (IAU) database. The IAU is a UNESCO-based worldwide association of higher education institutions.
 

Academic Programs

 

St. Gregory Nazianzen  Institute for Eastern Christian Studies now offers 27 certificate, diploma, and degree programs that have been designed to equip the student for service and leadership in the Church. Additionally, there are now dozens of interdisciplinary double major, minor, and concentration options. For additional information see Academic Programs or contact the Registrar.

 

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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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