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Revision as of 11:49, July 12, 2005

This article forms part of the series
Orthodoxy in
Australasia
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History
Orthodoxy in Australia Timeline
Orthodoxy in New Zealand Timeline
Antiochian Orthodox
Gk Orthodox Archd. of ANZ
Jurisdictions
GOA Aus - Abp Makarios
Antiochian - Metr. Basil
ROCOR - Met Hilarion
Serbian - Bp Irinej
Romanian - Bp Michael
GOM NZ - Met Myron

Bishopless Jurisdictions

Pan-Orthodox Synaxes
Episcopal Assembly of Oceania
SCCOCA
Institutions
Antiochian Orthodox
Greek Orthodox (Aus)
Notable Monasteries
Complete List
St Anna
Holy Cross
Gorgoepikoos
O.L. of Kazan
Presentation
Proph. Elias
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St Sava (Elaine)
Transfiguration
Archangels, NZ
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Since the first Divine Liturgy celebrated at Kirribilli Point, Sydney, in 1820; to its first priest in 1896 and first bishop in 1924 and to the present day, Orthodoxy in Australasia has a short history that is extremely undocumented and, therefore, largely unseen. This article seeks to be a clearinghouse of information and links regarding the history and state of Orthodox Christianity in Australia, New Zealand, and (God willing) in Oceania.

History

People

Bishops

Other major figures

Jurisdictions

With Local Bishop

Without Local Bishop

Organizations and Institutions

Monasteries

External links

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Articles

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