Elevation of Deacon Paraskevas Proskos to Protodeacon

On the Sunday of Orthodoxy, Feb. 20/March 5, 2017 in the Cathedral of St. Nektarios, His Eminence, Metropolitan Moses of Toronto, elevated Deacon Paraskevas Proskos to a Protodeacon.

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Orthodox Awareness

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We report the following unchanged as it was published:

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Is the GOC Insular?

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