THE RIGHT REVEREND MICHAEL G. DAHULICH, Ph.D., Associate Professor of New Testament and Ethics, has earned degrees from Christ the Saviour Seminary in Johnstown, Pa. (B.Th. in Theology), St. Vincent College in Latrobe, Pa. (B.A. in Philosophy), and Duquesne University (M.A. and Ph.D. in Theology).
In 1973, Fr. Michael was ordained to the Holy Priesthood by the late Bishop JOHN of the Carpatho-Russian Diocese. He served as Vice-Chancellor of the Diocese and the Secretary to two bishops. He was the Director of Religious Education for the Johnstown Deanery and the Dean of the parishes of the Mid-Atlantic Deanery. He worked as Associate Editor of The Church Messenger and compiled and edited the prayerbook Come to Me. He served as a member of the Study and Planning and Ecumenical Commissions of the Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas.
He began teaching at St. Tikhon's in 1994; prior to that he was on the faculty at both Christ the Saviour Seminary and Duquesne University. He has delivered numerous guest lectures and led several spiritual retreats. He has written extensively for The Church Messenger and Alive in Christ and has a recurring column on "Sobornost" in The Orthodox Herald. He is a member of the Orthodox Theological Society of America and represents the OCA at the advisory council meetings of the American Bible Society.
Presently he is Bishop of the Diocese of New York & New Jersey