Metropolitan Kallinikos Elected Archbishop

On Tuesday, September 22/October 5, 2010, the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece elected His Eminence Metropolitan Kallinikos of Achaia as Archbishop of Athens and All Greece. Many Years, Master!

A feature article will be posted on the website as information becomes available.

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