Greek Orthodox Church

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The church was built between 1865 and 1870 and is one of only four purpose-built Greek Orthodox churches in the UK.
(ENI)--The Greek Orthodox church in the Holy Land enthroned a new patriarch to replace Irineos, who was deposed by his bishops after a scandal about the sale and leasing of church land to investors linked to ultranationalist Jewish groups, but Israel is in a quandary over whether to grant him recognition.
Recent polling shows a majority of Greeks favor the separation of church and state following ongoing media coverage of an array of scathing charges against the Greek Orthodox Church.
Today the head Patriarch of the Greek Orthodox Church is still based in Istanbul.
In addition to Israel/Palestine, his jurisdiction extends to Jordan and Cyprus and his Latin Church, together with the Greek Orthodox Church, is the most important one among the thirteen main Christian churches of the Middle Eastern mosaic.
A Greek Orthodox Church in Shropshire is among 32 buildings to benefit from funding from English Heritage and the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The Greek Orthodox Church in Israel has been operating without a Patriarch since Aug.
The 1960 Constitution of the Republic of Cyprus specifies that the Greek Orthodox Church of Cyprus, which is not under the authority of the mainland Greek Orthodox Church, has the exclusive right to regulate and administer its internal affairs and property in accordance with its holy canons and charter.
It is an indispensable source for the study of the Greek Orthodox Church in the New World: its beginnings, its problems, and its evolution.
In 1997, the Patriarchate of the Greek Orthodox Church, Bartholomew I, used strong language against polluters.
foreign policy--metastasized in Greece to include conservatives and, surprisingly, the once-quiescent Greek Orthodox church. And the enemy became not just U.S.
"The powers that threaten other peoples with nuclear weapons threaten not just these peoples but all humanity," Khatami said after meeting the head of the Greek Orthodox Church, Archbishop Christodoulos, in Athens.
Titled SOS, the CD includes the lyrics: "I'm a little microchip so small/ that will lead you to slavery/ take whatever you want in this world/ provided you live without God." The Holy Synod of the Greek Orthodox Church has condemned their musical aspirations as "scandalous." (The Church Herald)
I attended the services of a local Greek Orthodox Church. When I approched the priest to receive Communion, he asked me, "What is your name?" I replied "Ryan." Then he asked, "Are you Orthodox, Ryan?" I replied, "No, I am Roman Catholic." He quickly put the spoon back into the chalice and said, "We do not perform intercommunion, but I offer you my blessing." Little comfort that gave.
Of more general interest are essays that consider Bruni's diplomatic correspondence in light of such developments as the war with Lucca, the exile and return of the Medici, and the efforts to have Florence named the site of the ecumenical council with the Greek Orthodox Church.