Metropolitan Anthony

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Russian Orthodox Diocese Of Sourozh - Tensions in 2002–03 Surrounding Bishop Hilarion Alfeyev - Bishop Hilarion's Response To Metropolitan Anthony
... Bishop Hilarion responded by claiming that Metropolitan Anthony had in fact been petitioning the Patriarch since 2001 that Hilarion come to Sourozh as ... in connection with the repeated and insistent demands of Metropolitan Anthony') he, Hilarion, did not know of any plans to appoint him Metropolitan Anthony's successor and that his ... in the London Cathedral has a style of its own peculiar only to Vladyka Anthony' ...
Basil Osborne - Ecclesiastical History - Early Clerical Offices: 1969-2006
... Osborne was ordained to the diaconate by Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh (Moscow Patriarchate) in 1969 and priest in 1973, serving the Russian Orthodox Parish of the Annunciation in Oxford ... in 1991 he was consecrated in 1993 as Bishop of Sergievo in the Moscow Patriarchate, to assist Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh ... Following Metropolitan Anthony's death in 2003, he was appointed temporary administrator of the Diocese of Sourozh, which position he held until 2006 ...
Society Of St. Basil - Dissolution
... In 1958, Metropolitan Anthony (Bashir) of the Antiochan Archdiocese of North America promulgated an edict describing the desirability of a Western Rite movement within canonical orthodoxy ... Turner had begun unofficial consultations with Metropolitan Anthony concerning the possibility of canonical regularization of the SSB as early as 1952 ... In 1961, the society was received into the Antiochian Archdiocese by Metropolitan Anthony ...

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