DEMETRIOS S. KATOS
Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
50 Goddard Avenue
Brookline, Mass. 02445
Ph.D., Greek and Latin Patristic Theology. Catholic University of America.
M.A., Early Christian Studies. Catholic University of America.
M.Div. Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology.
B.A., magna cum laude, Economics. New York University.
Lecturer. Boston College.
Assistant Professor of Religious Studies. Hellenic College.
Adjunct Instructor. Hellenic College.
Registrar. Hellenic College.
“The Metaphysics of Suffering and Evil in Evagrius of Pontus,” Evil and Suffering in the Patristic
Period, Holy Cross Studies in Patristic Theology 3, ed. Bruce Beck (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker
“The Foundations of Noetic Prayer,” Thinking Through Faith: New Perspectives from Orthodox
Christian Scholars, ed. Aristotle Papanikolaou and Elizabeth Prodromou (Crestwood, NY: St.
Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2008).
“Socratic Dialogue or Forensic Debate? Judicial Rhetoric and Stasis Theory in the Dialogue on the Life
of St. John Chrysostom.” Vigiliae Christianae 61 (2007): 42-69.
“Humility as the Harbinger of Imageless Prayer in the Lausiac History.” St. Vladimir’s Theological
Quarterly (2007): 107-21.
“In the Image of God: Mystical Theology and Secular Vocations,” Christ at Work: Orthodox Christian
Perspectives on Vocation, ed. Ann Bezzerides (Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Press, 2006).
“Origenists in the Desert: Palladius of Helenopolis and the Alexandrian Theological Tradition.”
American Benedictine Review, 56:2 (June 2005): 167-193.
PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS
Chair, Symposium II: The Trinitarian Theology of Augustine. Orthodox Readings of Augustine.
Fordham University, NY. June 2007.
“Evagrius of Pontus on Providence and the Utility of Evil.” Annual meeting of the Pappas Patristics
Institute, Brookline, MA. October 2006.