Leonidas Pittos Ordained Deacon

 Top left to right: Fr. Christos Pittos, Metropolitan Demetrius, Fr Steven Allen Bottom left to right: Fr. Dcn. Leonidas Pittos and Fr. Dcn. Nectarios Pittos
Top left to right: Fr. Christos Pittos, Metropolitan Demetrius, Fr Steven Allen
Bottom left to right: Fr. Dcn. Leonidas Pittos and Fr. Dcn. Nectarios Pittos

Άξιος!

Στις 2/15 Νοεμβρίου, χειροτονήθηκε ο ευλαβέστατος αναγνώστης, Λεωνίδας Πίττος, υιός του Πατέρα Χρήστου και Πρεσβυτέρα Πίττου, εις τον πρώτο βαθμό της Ιεροσύνης εις Διάκονον.

Ευχόμεθα κάθε ευλογία εις το έργων της διακονίας του και σε ανώτερα! ΠΑΝΤΑ ΑΞΙΟΣ!!

HE IS WORTHY!

On 2/15 November, Leonidas Pittos, son of Fr. Christos and Presvytera Pittos, was ordained to the Diaconate—the first degree of the Priesthood. PANTA AXIOS!

We wish every blessing to him in his ministry!

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