General Seminary Student Participates in Canterbury Scholars Programme

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The Canterbury Scholars Programme is a conference which provides opportunities for Anglican/Episcopalian Christians from around the Anglican Communion to pray, study, and live together at the Canterbury Cathedral Lodge, on the doorstep of Canterbury Cathedral. The participants are given the opportunity to learn through partnership, against the backdrop of the history and tradition of Canterbury. Recently, as part of this two-week program, Michael Horvath, a rising senior from The General Theological Seminary, joined other seminarians and newly ordained from around world to meet the Archbishop of Canterbury, as well as to visit the Anglican Communion office and Lambeth Palace.

In an article about the conference from the Anglican Communion News Service, Horvath is quoted as saying, “It’s been a game changer for me. I have developed a greater understanding of the breadth and scope of the Communion and the issues that face us globally.”

Read more about this year's conference on the Anglican Communion News Service web site here.