The Elevation of the Very. Rev. Fr. Tony Silvia

Jun 1st, 2015 by wbehun | 0

The Apostolic Johannite Church and the Johannite Archdiocese of Wisconsin are pleased to announce the elevation of Father Tony Silvia to the rank of Archpriest, in recognition of both his service to the wider community as well as his current work as Dean of the Eastern United States for the Archdiocese of Wisconsin.

The founding Rector of St. Sarah’s Parish in Boston, MA, author of1534368_612621575459959_155596176_nSanctuary of the Sacred Flame and now the Executive Director of the Gnostic Wisdom Network, the Very Rev. Silvia has played a pivotal role in the educational life of the Apostolic Johannite Church.

The Very Rev. Fr. Tony Silvia will be elevated to the Order of Archpriests by His Grace, the Primate of the United States during a Pontifical Mass presided over by the Patriarch of the Apostolic Johannite Church on May 23rd at the Parish of St. Eve in Harrisburg, PA during Conclave 2015.

Mar Thomas on Gnosticism: Ancient & Modern

Mar 8th, 2013 by Admin | 0

marthomasOur Bishop, Dr. William Behun, Primate of the United States gives a great talk on Ancient and Modern Gnosticism and how the AJC connects with Classical Gnosticism. Whether you are new to our Church and Gnosticism or a seasoned practitioner, this 20 minute video provides an excellent overview.  You can watch it here

Gospel of Thomas Study Begins Tomorrow!

Mar 2nd, 2013 by Admin | 0

Hello Everyone!

Thank you for joining us as we begin our study of the Gospel of Thomas.  The attached workbook is designed to walk you through the Gospel over a period of four weeks.  The idea is to take your time and think about what you are reading.  Reflect on it.  Meditate.  Ask yourself what the sayings mean to you and how they can be applied to your life and your practice.  There are no wrong answers here, just plenty of wonderful questions begging to be explored!
Start your reading and study tomorrow, Sunday, March 3.  Throughout the next month, I will post questions for discussion to this list.  Please feel free to share your responses, thoughts and experiences accordingly.  Let’s make this a discussion and walk this path together!
We are delighted you are here.  Do not hesitate to reach out to the list or two anyone directly if you need any assistance.
Pax Vobis,
John J. DiGilio, Subdeacon
The Apostolic Johannite Church