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The Greek Orthodox Church holds great sway over the nation's government and is Greece's official religion.
Among the buildings to benefit will be the Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Fathers of Nicea, in Sutton, near Shrewsbury.
Another suit against the appointment, by a Greek Orthodox Church leader in the Galilee, has also been filed.
These groups also are exempt from taxes and are eligible, along with the Greek Orthodox Church and the Vakf, for government subsidies to their religious institutions.
In 1995, for example, Heinz Award-winning marine biologist Jane Lubchenco was a participant in a conference organized by the Greek Orthodox Church that marked the 1,900th anniversary of the Book of Revelations and focused on "The Apocalypse and the Environment." She says, "There's a reawakening in many different faith groups, and it's informed by science but certainly not driven by it."
The leader of the Greek Orthodox Church (one of many quasi-independent components of the Eastern Orthodox Church) had a particular twinkle in his eye when it came to Orthodoxy's resurgence: On a clear day he could see all the way to Belgrade, Kiev, and Moscow--an Orthodox axis to counter the (Vatican) West.
Nectarios Greek Orthodox Church in Palatine opened Friday evening.
His Beatitude talked about the firm and nationalistic stance of the Greek Orthodox Church, pointing out to the visits of the Cypriots to Syrian churches and monasteries and their love for the deep-rooted monasteries, which stood up against the calamity.
Summary: Arab and foreign ambassadors, dignitaries and members of Greek Orthodox Church attended the ceremony
Members of the Greek Orthodox Church in Palestine protesting in Jerusalem against sale of church property.
On the other hand, Patriarch Rahi met with a delegation from the Greek Orthodox Church in Mexico and Chili and another from the Coptic Orthodox Church.
The Holy Synod, the ruling body of the Greek Orthodox Church, reportedly said in a statement that the pope expressed his desire to visit to "draw the attention of the international community to the need for an immediate ceasefire in the conflicts" in the Middle East and to bring focus "on the major humanitarian problem" of the influx of refugees to Lesbos and other Greek islands.