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Newsletter of the Archdiocese
PDF Document: Winter 2013/2014 Edition
OF HIS BEATITUDE JOHN X
at the Phanar, Constantinople, Sunday
THE PATRIARCH'S PASCHAL MESSAGE
CHRISTIANS IN SYRIA
- AN APPEAL FROM THE LATE PRIMATE OF THE ANTIOCHIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH - here
- A LETTER FROM THE MARONITE ARCHBISHOP OF DAMASCUS - here
Community of St. Constantine the Great meets at the Chapel of York St.
John University. Occasionally, when the
Chapel is in use for another purpose we meet elsewhere on the
campus. A notice is then posted on the door of the Chapel.
find us, see the map of the university campus here.
Community produces a monthly calendar (see link at top of page) which lists the major saints
commemorated on each day, including those for the British Isles,
details of the appointed readings for the day and a note on the fasting
The Chaplaincy is supported by
many Orthodox people from near and far. All are welcome. It is good to
have firm foundations beneath an otherwise passing student population.
The liturgical language in use is English.
All enquirers too are welcome
to join us at the Divine Liturgy, and make themselves known to us. A
university campus is just the place to enquire about things. We look
forward to meeting you!
Fr. Ęthelwine is a priest of the
Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch. He and Mother Susanna are much
travelled in the Middle East, where our Patriarch, His Beatitude
John X, has his Patriarchate in Damascus.
Fr. Peter is also a priest of the
Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch. He was ordained by our then Archbishop, His Eminence Metropolitan John, in May 2012.
Reverend Deacon Michael, a
member of the Patriarchate of Antioch, was ordained in 2008 by His
Excellency Metropolitan Kallistos of Diocleia by permission of our
then Patriarch, His Beatitude Ignatios IV of Antioch and All the East, and
His Eminence Archbishop Gregorios of Thyateira and Great Britain.