A Pilgrimage from the Classical to the Early Christian and Byzantine Greek World
Led by: The Rev. Canon Arnold Klukas, Ph.D. and Dr. Carol Klukas
Date: June 4th – 11th, 2012
Greek Isles Cruise
Date: June 11th-15th, 2012
We invite you to join a small congenial group of travelers as they explore Classical and the early Christian and Byzantine Greek World. This study tour includes Greece, Macedonia, the Greek Isles, and parts of Turkey. The dates are June 4 through 11, 2012. The trip visits many of the sites of St. Paul and his companions Timothy, Titus, and Luke to many of the places where they established congregations of new Christians; Athens, Corinth, and also the great cliff-top monasteries of Meteora. Then on to Berea, Thessaloniki, Ancient Agora, and Philippi. We will worship in the Byzantine Church of St Dimitrios, drive through Tempi, Larissa and Lamia en route to Athens to end. An optional Greek cruise follows from June 11 – 15, 2012 will visit Ephesus, Patmos, Rhodes, Crete and beautiful Santorin.
Dr. Carol Klukas, Ph.D
Dr. Carol Klukas has a Ph.D. in Bio-Physics from the Johns Hopkins University, and was for many years involved in research and monitoring of blood supplies in American hospitals. She is musician, mother of two impressive sons, as well as being the Associate Dean of Student Life/Registrar/Admissions Director at Nashotah House.
The Rev. Canon Arnold Klukas, Ph.D
The Rev. Canon Arnold Klukas, Ph.D. has degrees in theology from Yale and Oxford and a doctorate in Art History from the University of Pittsburgh. He has taught Early Christian and Medieval Art at Oberlin and Smith colleges, as well as theology and the arts at Emory University He is currently Professor of Liturgics and Ascetical Theology at Nashotah House and lectures and publishes widely in Christianity and the visual arts, liturgy and architecture, and in Christian spirituality. Dr. Arnold Klukas and Mrs. Carol Klukas have led study tours to The British Isles, Italy, Germany and now Greece and Turkey.