Anthony (Gergiannakis) of San Francisco

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Metropolitan Anthony (Gergiannakis) was the first [[bishop]] of the Diocese of San Francisco of the [[GOARCH|Greek Archdiocese]] of America.
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His Eminence Metropolitan '''Anthony (Gergiannakis)''' was the first [[bishop]] of the Diocese of San Francisco of the [[GOARCH|Greek Archdiocese]] of America.
  
 
==Life==
 
==Life==
 
He was born on [[March 2]], 1935 in the village of Avgeniki on the island of Crete.
 
He was born on [[March 2]], 1935 in the village of Avgeniki on the island of Crete.
He attended the [[Theological School of Halki|Halki Theological School]] and was [[ordination|ordain]]ed a [[priest]] in September 1960.
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He attended the [[Theological School of Halki|Halki Theological School]] and was [[ordination|ordain]]ed a [[priest]] in September 1960.  On June 7, 1979, he was enthroned as the first bishop of the then-Diocese of San Francisco.
He died on [[December 25]], 2004 in San Francisco.
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Five weeks after being diagnosed with Burkitts Lymphoma, he passed away on [[December 25]], 2004 in San Francisco at the age of 69.
  
 
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==External Links==

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His Eminence Metropolitan Anthony (Gergiannakis) was the first bishop of the Diocese of San Francisco of the Greek Archdiocese of America.

Life

He was born on March 2, 1935 in the village of Avgeniki on the island of Crete. He attended the Halki Theological School and was ordained a priest in September 1960. On June 7, 1979, he was enthroned as the first bishop of the then-Diocese of San Francisco. Five weeks after being diagnosed with Burkitts Lymphoma, he passed away on December 25, 2004 in San Francisco at the age of 69.

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