VAPORIS, NOMIKOS MICHAEL
VAPORIS, NOMIKOS MICHAEL, priest, theologian, educator, publicist. Vaporis is a graduate of Youngstown State University (B.A.), Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology (Dipl. in Theol.), Yale Divinity School (S.T.B., S.T.M.), the University of Athens School of Theology (Lic. Theol.), and Columbia University (M.A., Ph.D.). He has taught at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology (q.v.) since 1965 and has held, at one time or another, every office at the institution except that of president.
Fr. Vaporis has served as an editor of The Greek Orthodox Theological Review since 1966 and has been chief editor since 1971. Together with Dr. Harry Psomiades, he has edited the Journal of Modern Hellenism since its inception in 1984. Founder of the Archbishop Iakovos Library of Ecclesiastical and Historical Sources (fifteen volumes published thus far), he has contributed three volumes to the series, in addition to authoring ten books and numerous studies. Meanwhile, Fr. Vaporis has found time to direct the Holy Cross Press and the Hellenic College Press (more than 100 scholarly, non-scholarly, and bilingual titles published), and has contributed to the official translation of the Divine Liturgy and other services of the Greek Orthodox Church.