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Bishop Emilianos of Meloa Resigns from Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia

Bishop Emilianos of Meloa resigned from the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia on June 3, following tensions with Archbishop Makarios. His resignation cited selective information sharing and restrictive policies as key issues. Despite earlier attempts to resolve differences, Bishop Emilianos felt compelled to step down, leaving a significant impact on Australia’s Greek Orthodox community, where he held multiple influential roles.

Blessing the Academic Journey: Agiasmos Service at All Saints Grammar

Blessing the Academic Journey: Agiasmos Service at All Saints Grammar

All Saints Grammar school marked the start of the 2024 academic school year officially commencing with an Agiasmos Service held at the Greek Orthodox Parish and Community of Belmore and District “All Saints” Church on Wednesday.

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Nikos Oikonomopoulos: A Musical Journey Fuelled by Faith and Dedication

Acclaimed vocal artist Nikos Oikonomopoulos connects with faith and fans in Sydney, firstly meeting with His Eminence ArchBishop Makarios followed by a visit to the residents and staff at St. Basil’s NSW & ACT aged care, where he lit a candle in the facility chapel.

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St Basil’s Kogarah Achieves 100% Approval for its Quality of Care and Services

The historic First Pan-Australian Clergy Synaxis was a great success, ending with a dinner hosted by St Basil’s NSW/ ACT of the Holy Archdiocese of Australia at the venue of the Parish of St Spyridon, Kingsford with the evident satisfaction of all for the spiritual interaction and the substantial benefit from this – the first National Clergy Synaxis.

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St Basil’s NSW/ ACT Hosts Historic First Pan-Australian Clergy Synaxis Dinner of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia

The historic First Pan-Australian Clergy Synaxis was a great success, ending with a dinner hosted by St Basil’s NSW/ ACT of the Holy Archdiocese of Australia at the venue of the Parish of St Spyridon, Kingsford with the evident satisfaction of all for the spiritual interaction and the substantial benefit from this – the first National Clergy Synaxis.

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