Timothy Sabin graduated magna cum laude from Bowdoin College with a major in Latin and completed his graduate studies at Brown University with a degree in Classics. He entered into a 30 year career in Boston in legal administration before moving to Washington DC where he conducted graduate education courses at various institutions as well as produced several classical plays. He also taught Koine Greek to postulants before they entered the seminary, as well as continued his practice of teaching Greek and Latin at other venues. Chaucer’s pilgrims never made it to Canterbury, but all of us will arrive in the Holy City Jerusalem. In these troubled times it seems that all human endeavor fails, yet in Christ it is destined to succeed.
This event will take place in the Gallery.