Talk:Orthodox Metropolitanate of Hong Kong and Southeast Asia
- OMHKSEA ORDINANCE Section VII
- Administration of the Metropolitan Archdiocese
- IV. When the Metropolitan is absent from the region or ill or not able to perform his administrative and spiritual responsibilities, the Chancellor of the Metropolitan Archdiocese shall perform all necessary duties on his behalf.
See: Orthodox Metropolitanate of Hong Kong and South East Asia Ordinance. Section VII, Article IV --Filipino 09:22, June 12, 2007 (PDT)
In March of 2007, Metropolitan Nikitas was appointed Director of the Patriarch Athenagoras Orthodox Institute and has relocated to California. See http://www.orthodoxinstitute.org/metropolitannikitasbio.html and also the Press Release at http://www.orthodoxinstitute.org/files/NikitasRelease.doc —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Stmitrophan (talk • contribs) .
- Why write "VACANT"? Who told you so? This is an undocumented claim. There is no official announcement yet coming from the Office of the Ecumenical Patriarchate that the Episcopal seat of OMHKSEA is "VACANT". Let us wait for further OFFICIAL announcement before jumping into conclusion based on CONJECTURES and bad RUMORS.
- -Filipino at 11:35, May 30, 2006
- John, you're right that perhaps another bishop will seamlessly be consecrated (or moved) to fill the spot. Maybe there is a difference here in the use of terms -- "vacant" as a formal and canonical description and "vacant" simply meaning "there is no current bishop appointed." I assume the term was meant here more casually? — FrJohn (talk)
- Please see: User MARCUS Revision in OMHKSEA "Episcopacy" on May 04, 2007 .
- The readers are hereby warned regarding statements posted here by the said user.
- --Filipino 20:44, July 7, 2007 (PDT)
This section is usually for the bishop of a particular see. However, this metropolis has so many exarchates that I thought it best to include the chief priests for each exarchate. This does not mean, however, that every priest should be listed - this should be done in on the OMHKSEA website, or at the most (and the need is very dubious), in its own article. — edited by Pιsτévο at 23:19, July 15, 2006 (CDT)