V. Rev. Constantine White
Fr. Constantine White, originally from the Chicago area, received his Bachelors degree from the American University - School of International Service in Washington, DC. He attended St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary in Crestwood, NY, where he graduated with a Masters of Divinity.
Following graduation from St. Vladimir's, Fr. White served as a lay missionary in the Orthodox Church of Japan for four years. Fr. Constantine has served as the Orthodox Christian Chaplain at Georgetown since 1986. He is the dean of St. Nicholas Cathedral, the national cathedral of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA). Additionally, he currently serves as the Chancellor of the Diocese of Washington (OCA). Fr. Constantine has worked extensively with Orthodox clergy and faithful from many of the Orthodox jurisdictions found in North America, including the Greek and Antiochian Archdioceses, as well as others. Fr. Constantine is a married priest and his wife and he are blessed with two children.