Oral history interview with Father Alexei Anthony Michalenko
Father Alexei Anthony Michalenko earned a B.A. in Philosophy (1965) and an M.A. in Theology (1969) from The Catholic University of America. Ordained to the priesthood in the Byzantine-Slav tradition (1968), he subsequently earned a post-graduate degree in Eastern Church Studies at the Pontifical Oriental Institute in Rome, Italy, with residence at the Russian College. He completed an M.S. in Psychology (1984), specializing in Pastoral Counseling (Loyola College – Baltimore) and that same year assumed a post in Campus Ministry as a full-time chaplain at the Law Center, providing a wide range of services: liturgical celebrations, marriage preparation and celebration, baptisms, memorial services and counseling, among others. A priest of the Byzantine Catholic Eparchy (Diocese) of Van Nuys, California, he ministers in both the Byzantine Catholic and Roman Catholic traditions.
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