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Track II provides a new series of topics presented by nationally known speakers for veteran administrators with the option of either participating in a live Q & A with each presenter or listening to a recording of that Q & A.
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Bishop of Eparchy of St. George’s in Canton for RomaniansBorn in Canton, Ohio, Bishop Botean graduated summa cum laude in philosophy from The Catholic University of America in 1977. His theological studies were carried out at the institutions of the Boston Theological Institute through St. Gregory Seminary/Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Brookline, MA, and at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. After a period during which he worked for the Pax Christi USA Center on Conscience and War in Cambridge, MA, and at CARA in Washington, DC, he was ordained priest on May 18, 1986. Named Apostolic Administrator of the Romanian Catholic Eparchy of St. George in Canton in 1993, he was named and ordained bishop of the same Eparchy on August 24, 1996. He is the Catholic episcopal co-patron of the US section of the Society of St. John Chrysostom, through which he has participated in national and international Orientale Lumen ecumenical conferences for the past 15 years. On October 11, 2003, he was presented the St. Marcellus Award by the Catholic Peace Fellowship for his stand against war in Iraq.
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