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Sts. Constantine And Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral
... The Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Sts ... and Helen, Cathedral (though known by Greek Orthodox parishioners from other churches as NAK) is a Greek Orthodox cathedral church at 64 Schermerhorn Street in downtown Brooklyn, New ... Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Manhattan, destroyed during the September 11 attacks ...
Stylianos Harkianakis
... Stylianos Harkianakis (Greek Στυλιανός Χαρκιανάκης) is the Greek Orthodox Archbishop of Australia, and Primate of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia ... He serves as inaugural and permanent Chairman of the Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox Churches in Australia and Dean of Saint Andrew's Greek ...
Christianity In Australia - History
... from Europe in the aftermath of World War II led to increases in affiliates of the Orthodox Churches, the establishment of Reformed bodies, growth in the number of Catholics (largely from Italian ... Sydney celebrated the Divine Liturgy as long ago as 1820 and a Greek Orthodox population emerged from the mid 19th Century ... The Greeks of Sydney and Melbourne had a priest by 1896 and the first Greek Orthodox Church was opened at Surry Hills in Sydney in 1898 ...
Christian Biblical Canons - Reformation Era - Synod of Jerusalem
... of the Old Testament canon#Eastern Orthodox Canon The Synod of Jerusalem in 1672 decreed the Greek Orthodox Canon which is similar to the one decided by the Council of Trent ... The Greek Orthodox generally consider Psalm 151 to be part of the Book of Psalms ... Also, there are two books of Esdras, for the Greeks these books are 1 Esdras and Ezra-Nehemiah, see Esdras#Differences in names for details ...
Lebanese Christians - Other Christian Denominations - Melkite Greek Catholic
... Greek Catholics are the second largest Uniate community in Lebanon ... They emerged as a distinct group in the early eighteenth century when they split from the Greek Orthodox Church ... accept Catholic doctrines as defined by the Vatican, they have generally remained close to the Greek Orthodox Church, retaining more of the ancient rituals and customs than have the Maronites ...

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