Antonius (Kompus) of Sisanion

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His Eminence Antonius (Kompus) of Sisanion and Siatista was the Metropolitan of the Metropolis of Sisanion and Siatista under the administration of the Church of Greece. The Metropolis of Sisanion and Siatista is a metropolis in the New Lands of Greece, under the jurisdiction of the Ecumenical Patriarchate. [1]. Metr. Antonius was the ruling hierarch of the metropolis from 1974 to 2006.

Life

Metropolitan Antonius was born in 1920 in Argos in the Peloponnese, Greece. His post-secondary education in Greece was in theology, followed by post-graduate studies at Oxford University in England and in Paris, France. With his ordination as a deacon, with the name Antonius, he entered the Holy Orders in 1967. He was ordained a priest later the same year.

Father Antonius was elected to the episcopate and consecrated metropolitan of the Metropolis of Sisanion and Siatista in 1974. While active in his duties as the ruling hierarch of metropolis, Metr. Antonius was also a writer of note.

Metr. Antonius reposed on December 16, 2005.[2]

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Antonius (Kompus) of Sisanion
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Metropolitan of Sisanion and Siatista
1974-2005
Succeeded by:
Paul (Ioannou)
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