I recall at Oral Roberts U that they had a class on Orthodoxy that they shut down when the whole class converted.
I think the story was as follows. The Antiochian Archdiocese assigned Father Michael Kaiser to Saint Anthony's in Tulsa, Oklahoma in mid-1970s. From the Saint Anthony's web site: "With the help of Professor Ted Williams, Fr Michael introduced many Oral Roberts University students to Holy Orthodoxy. Five of these students were ordained to the Holy Priesthood and now serve the Archdiocese (Very Reverend George Eber, Very Reverend Timothy Baclig, Reverend Antony Hughes, Very Reverend Thomas Begley, and Very Reverend David Barr). Fr. George Eber was assigned to St. Antony in 1981 and helped move the parish to its present location."
Professor Williams was an Episcopalian who converted to Orthodoxy. He was also a Graduate School of Theology teacher at Oral Roberts University. When the University sought to cancel his class because of all of the conversions, the students of the Graduate School reportedly conducted the first and only sit down protest in Oral Roberts history.
As for the rest:
Father Barr is the rector of the Saint Elias Church in Austin and Dean of the Texas Deanery of the Diocese of Wichita and Mid-America that is admirably shepherded by Bishop Basil.
Father Eber has introduced Bishop Mark of the Toledo and the Midwest to Holy Orthodoxy. He has also sat on the Advisory Board of the Christian Bioethics, Oxford (University) Journals, along with others like Archpriests John Breck and Chad Jatfield, and Michael Novak of the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research.
Father Baclig is the pastor of the St. Michael Church, Van Nuys, CA, the Diocese of Los Angeles and the West headed by Bishop Joseph. He was a long time spiritual advisor to the Antiochian youth organization--NAC Teen SOYO, and hosted the 49th Antiochian Archdiocesan Convention.
Father Hughes (now archpriest) is the pastor of St. Mary Orthodox Church in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and as written in the parish history is "spreading the Orthodox Faith to the surrounding campuses of MIT and Harvard. St. Mary's has become a truly integrated parish: the founding Arabic families continue to be active in the life and governance of our parish, but there are now numerous converts to Holy Orthodoxy from many backgrounds, both Protestant and Roman Catholic and non-Christian, as well as members from numerous other Orthodox jurisdictions. St. Mary's is also blessed to have become an important parish for the immigrant Eritrean and Ethiopian communities of Boston."
Father Begley is the pastor of the Saint George Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church, West Saint Paul, Minnesota, of the Diocese of Toledo and the Midwest led by the courageous Bishop Mark.
Father Kaiser now works under Bishop Basil as the Vicar-General of the Western Rite Ministry of the Archdiocese and just nine months ago accepted as a catechumen the former Continuing Anglican Bishop Robert F. Waggener. (Bishop Waggener, who until recently served as bishop of the Diocese of the Holy Cross, has become the first Continuing Anglican bishop to convert to the Antiochian Orthodox Church's Western Rite Vicariate).
A great story of the Holy Spirit leading such a large number of outstanding individuals in the service of the Lord.