Anthony (Michaels) of Toledo

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His Grace the Right Reverend Bishop '''Anthony (Michaels) of Toledo and the Midwest''' is an [[auxiliary bishop|auxiliary]] [[bishop]] of the [[Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America]], overseeing the diocese of [[Diocese of Toledo and the Midwest (Antiochian)|Toledo and the Midwest]].
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His Grace the Right Reverend [[Bishop]] '''Anthony (Michaels) of Toledo and the Midwest''' is an [[auxiliary bishop|auxiliary]] [[bishop]] of the [[Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America]], overseeing the Diocese of [[Diocese of Toledo and the Midwest (Antiochian)|Toledo and the Midwest]].
  
 
==Life==
 
==Life==
 
===Early years===
 
===Early years===
Bishop Anthony was born Richard Anthony Michaels on January 17, 1956, in Ironwood, Michigan to a Lebanese father and a Serbian mother and raised in the Church.  After high school, he attended the University of Michigan for his undergrad and afterwards, he attended [[St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary (Crestwood, New York)|St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary]] near New York City, graduating valedictorian of his class.
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Bishop Anthony was born Richard Anthony Michaels on[[ January 17]], 1956, in Ironwood, Michigan to a Lebanese father and a Serbian mother and raised in the Church.  After high school, he attended the University of Michigan for his undergraduate degree and afterwards, he attended [[St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary (Crestwood, New York)|St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary]] near New York City, graduating valedictorian of his class.
  
Following seminary, Bp. Anthony was part of the Orthodox singing group Kerygma, along with some of his fellow classmates from St. Vladimir's.
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Following [[seminary]], Bp. Anthony was part of the Orthodox singing group Kerygma, along with some of his fellow classmates from St. Vladimir's.
  
 
===Priesthood===
 
===Priesthood===
In September of 2004, he was [[ordination|ordained]] to the diaconate and priesthood by His Grace [[Antoun (Khouri) of Miami|Bishop Antoun]].  After helping out at his home parish for a few months, Fr. Anthony was assigned to St. John Chrysostom Anthiochian Orthodox Church in Fort Wayne, Indiana, where he served until his election as bishop.
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In September of 2004, he was [[ordination|ordained]] to the [[deacon|diaconate]] and [[priest]]hood by His Grace [[Antoun (Khouri) of Miami|Bishop Antoun]].  After helping out at his home [[parish]] for a few months, Fr. Anthony was assigned to St. John Chrysostom Anthiochian Orthodox Church in Fort Wayne, Indiana, where he served until his election as bishop.
  
 
===Episcopacy===
 
===Episcopacy===
In 2011, at the convention of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America, Fr. Anthony was elected as one of three new auxiliary bishops, and assigned to the diocese of Toledo and the Midwest.
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In 2011, at the convention of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America, Fr. Anthony was elected as one of three new auxiliary bishops, and assigned to the Diocese of Toledo and the Midwest.
  
After this decision was accepted by the Holy Synod of Antioch, Fr. Anthony and the other two bishops-elect, Fr. John Abdalah and Fr. Nicholas Ozone, were consecrated at the [[Monastery of Our Lady of Balamand|Balamand Monastery]] on December 11th, 2011.
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After this decision was accepted by the [[Holy Synod]] of [[Church of Antioch|Antioch]], Fr. Anthony and the other two bishops-elect, [[John (Abdalah) of Worcester|Fr. John Abdalah]] and [[Nicholas (Ozone) of Brooklyn|Fr. Nicholas Ozone]], were [[consecration of a bishop|consecrated]] at the [[Monastery of Our Lady of Balamand|Balamand Monastery]] on [[December 11]], 2011.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:30, February 24, 2012

His Grace the Right Reverend Bishop Anthony (Michaels) of Toledo and the Midwest is an auxiliary bishop of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America, overseeing the Diocese of Toledo and the Midwest.

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Life

Early years

Bishop Anthony was born Richard Anthony Michaels on January 17, 1956, in Ironwood, Michigan to a Lebanese father and a Serbian mother and raised in the Church. After high school, he attended the University of Michigan for his undergraduate degree and afterwards, he attended St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary near New York City, graduating valedictorian of his class.

Following seminary, Bp. Anthony was part of the Orthodox singing group Kerygma, along with some of his fellow classmates from St. Vladimir's.

Priesthood

In September of 2004, he was ordained to the diaconate and priesthood by His Grace Bishop Antoun. After helping out at his home parish for a few months, Fr. Anthony was assigned to St. John Chrysostom Anthiochian Orthodox Church in Fort Wayne, Indiana, where he served until his election as bishop.

Episcopacy

In 2011, at the convention of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America, Fr. Anthony was elected as one of three new auxiliary bishops, and assigned to the Diocese of Toledo and the Midwest.

After this decision was accepted by the Holy Synod of Antioch, Fr. Anthony and the other two bishops-elect, Fr. John Abdalah and Fr. Nicholas Ozone, were consecrated at the Balamand Monastery on December 11, 2011.

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Anthony (Michaels) of Toledo
Preceded by:
Mark (Maymon);
Bishop of Toledo and the Midwest (Antiochian)
2011-present
Succeeded by:
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