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===Archdiocesan Institutions and Publications===
===Archdiocesan Institutions and Publications===
====Greek Orthodox Archdiocese====
*[[St. Andrew's Orthodox Press|St Andrew's Orthodox Press]]
**[[To Vema|TO VEMA]], official newspaper.
**[[The Voice of Orthodoxy]], official publication.
*[[St. Basil's Homes (Australia)|St Basil's Homes]] and Aged Care Services.
*[[Estia Foundation of Australia]], respite care.
*[[Association of Friends of Byzantine Ecclesiastical Music of South Australia]].  First chanter: Mr Elias Frangoulis, first chanter of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese.
*[[Missionary Association of the Ascension of our Lord]].
*[[ProviCare Foundation]], Counselling and Rehabilitation Service.
====Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese====
*[[Deanery of New Zealand (Antiochian)|Deanery of New Zealand]], created to better care for Orthodox Christians in New Zealand under the Antiochian Archdiocese.  Dean: V. Rev. Fr [[Jack Witbrock]].
===Theological Institutions and Programs===
*[[St Andrew's Greek Orthodox Theological College (Sydney, Australia)|St Andrew's Greek Orthodox Theological College]]
**[[School of Byzantine Music (SAGOTC)|School of Byzantine Music]].
**[[St. Andrew's Greek Orthodox Theological College (Sydney, Australia)#Phronema|Phronema]]
*[[Melbourne Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies]]
*[[St Paul's Theological Course of Studies]]

Revision as of 09:21, May 18, 2006

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From the first Divine Liturgy celebrated at Kirribilli Point (Sydney) in 1820, New Zealand's first priest in 1910, Australia's first Exarch in 1913, and Australia and New Zealand's first bishop in 1924, right 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.



With Local Bishop

Without Local Bishop

With an irregular status


Current Hierarchs

Complete list of bishops in Australasia, past and present (includes auxiliary bishops).

Other major figures

(Only major figures with articles are listed)

Organizations and Institutions


Archdiocesan Institutions and Publications

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Parishes in Australasia and Oceania Flag of the United States
States and Territories of Australia Australian Capital Territory | New South Wales | Northern Territory |
Queensland | South Australia | Tasmania | Victoria | Western Australia
Islands and Territories of New Zealand North Island | South Island | Stewart Island | Tokelau
Countries in Melanesia East Timor | Fiji | New Caledonia | Papua New Guinea | Solomon Islands | Vanuatu
Countries in Micronesia Guam | Kiribati | Marshall Islands | Federated States of Micronesia | Nauru | Northern Mariana Islands | Palau
Countries in Polynesia American Samoa | Cook Islands | French Polynesia | Niue | Pitcairn | Samoa | Tonga | Tuvalu | Wallis and Futuna Islands

Orthodoxy in Australia: Monasteries
Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia
Male: Pantanassa | St George | St John
Female: Gorgoepikoos | Holy Cross
Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia
Male: Holy Transfiguration | Archangel Michael
Proph. Elias | St John the Baptist | Holy Trinity
Female: Our Lady of Kazan | Presentation
Other Jurisdictions
Male: New Kalenic (Serbian) | St Sava (Serbian)
Female: St Anna (Antiochian) | Nativity Skete (Serbian)

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