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The '''Melbourne Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies''' (MIOCS) was established in 2003, with a view to offering the tertiary teaching of Orthodox theological studies to both Orthodox and non-Orthodox people.
 
The '''Melbourne Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies''' (MIOCS) was established in 2003, with a view to offering the tertiary teaching of Orthodox theological studies to both Orthodox and non-Orthodox people.
  
The [[Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia and New Zealand]] has had a large role in establishing and coordinating MIOCS, particularly through [[St. Anna's Monastery (Preston, Australia)|St. Anna's Monastery]], and does so with the [[Diocese of Australia and New Zealand (ROCOR)|ROCOR]] Dean of Victoria, Archpriest Michael Protopopov, and the priest of the [[Church of Russia|Moscow Patriarchate]] parish in Melbourne, Fr Igor Filianovsky.  In November 2005, MIOCS elected Metropolitan Archbishop [[Paul (Saliba) of Australia and New Zealand|Paul (Saliba)]] as president for two years.
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The [[Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia and New Zealand]] has had a large role in establishing and coordinating MIOCS, particularly through [[St. Anna Convent (Preston, Australia)|St. Anna's Convent]], and does so with the [[Diocese of Australia and New Zealand (ROCOR)|ROCOR]] Dean of Victoria, Archpriest Michael Protopopov, and the priest of the [[Church of Russia|Moscow Patriarchate]] parish in Melbourne, Fr Igor Filianovsky.  In November 2005, MIOCS elected Metropolitan Archbishop [[Paul (Saliba) of Australia and New Zealand|Paul (Saliba)]] as president for two years.
  
 
MIOCS is an affiliate body of the [http://www.unimelb.edu.au/ University of Melbourne], through its [http://www.uft.unimelb.edu.au/ United Faculty of Theology] (UFT) at [http://www.ormond.unimelb.edu.au/ Ormond College] in Parkville, Victoria.
 
MIOCS is an affiliate body of the [http://www.unimelb.edu.au/ University of Melbourne], through its [http://www.uft.unimelb.edu.au/ United Faculty of Theology] (UFT) at [http://www.ormond.unimelb.edu.au/ Ormond College] in Parkville, Victoria.
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
 
*[http://www.australianorthodox.org.au/news_item.php?newsItem=19 Official Home Page] - The source of the text in this article.
 
*[http://www.australianorthodox.org.au/news_item.php?newsItem=19 Official Home Page] - The source of the text in this article.

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The Melbourne Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies (MIOCS) was established in 2003, with a view to offering the tertiary teaching of Orthodox theological studies to both Orthodox and non-Orthodox people.

The Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia and New Zealand has had a large role in establishing and coordinating MIOCS, particularly through St. Anna's Convent, and does so with the ROCOR Dean of Victoria, Archpriest Michael Protopopov, and the priest of the Moscow Patriarchate parish in Melbourne, Fr Igor Filianovsky. In November 2005, MIOCS elected Metropolitan Archbishop Paul (Saliba) as president for two years.

MIOCS is an affiliate body of the University of Melbourne, through its United Faculty of Theology (UFT) at Ormond College in Parkville, Victoria.

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