Dionysios (Hatzivasiliou) of Leontopolis

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His Eminence, the Most Reverend '''Dionysios (Hatzivasiliou)''' is the [[Archbishop]] of the [[Archdiocese of Leontopolis|Leontopolis]], part of the [[Church of Alexandria]].  His see is Ismailia, Egypt, and has jurisdiction over Ismailia, Suez and Zagzik in Egypt.
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His Eminence, the Most Reverend '''Dionysios (Hatzivasiliou)''' is the [[Archbishop]] of the [[Archdiocese of Leontopolis|Leontopolis]], part of the [[Church of Alexandria]].  His [[see]] is in Ismailia, Egypt, and he has [[jurisdiction]] over Ismailia, Suez and Zagzik in Egypt.
  
 
==Life==
 
==Life==
 
Ioannis Hatzivasiliou was born in 1929 in Alexandria. He attended and graduated from the [[Theological School of Halki]], and continued his post graduate education in Paris and Geneva. He served as the chief secretary of the Patriarchate of Alexandria. In Egypt and Sudan, he served as a teacher in high schools and lyceums as well ass at the Higher College of Tourism in Cairo.  
 
Ioannis Hatzivasiliou was born in 1929 in Alexandria. He attended and graduated from the [[Theological School of Halki]], and continued his post graduate education in Paris and Geneva. He served as the chief secretary of the Patriarchate of Alexandria. In Egypt and Sudan, he served as a teacher in high schools and lyceums as well ass at the Higher College of Tourism in Cairo.  
  
In 1968, following election as [[Bishop]] of Heliopolis, he served for six years as Patriarchal [[Vicar]] in Cairo. In 1974, he was elected Archbishop of Memphis and served there until he was placed in the Archdiocese of Nouvia in 1988. In 1997, he was assigned to the archbishop of Leontopolis.  
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On [[November 29]], 1968 1968, following election as [[Bishop]] of Heliopolis, he served for six years as Patriarchal [[Vicar]] in Cairo. In 1974, he was elected Archbishop of Memphis and served there until he was placed in the Archdiocese of Nouvia in 1988. In 1997, he was assigned as archbishop of Leontopolis.  
  
 
In addition to his native Greek, Abp. Dionysios speaks English, French, Russian, and Arabic; and he represents the throne at various congresses and theological dialogues.
 
In addition to his native Greek, Abp. Dionysios speaks English, French, Russian, and Arabic; and he represents the throne at various congresses and theological dialogues.
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==Source==
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==Sources==
 
*[http://www.greekorthodox-alexandria.org/index.php?module=content&cid=004001 Patriarchate of Alexandria Archdiocese List website]
 
*[http://www.greekorthodox-alexandria.org/index.php?module=content&cid=004001 Patriarchate of Alexandria Archdiocese List website]
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*[http://www.greekorthodox-alexandria.org/oldsite/administration/hierEN.htm  Hierarchs of the Throne - Alexandria]
  
 
[[Category: Bishops]]
 
[[Category: Bishops]]
 
[[Category: Theological School of Halki Graduates]]
 
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Revision as of 08:56, November 18, 2011

His Eminence, the Most Reverend Dionysios (Hatzivasiliou) is the Archbishop of the Leontopolis, part of the Church of Alexandria. His see is in Ismailia, Egypt, and he has jurisdiction over Ismailia, Suez and Zagzik in Egypt.

Life

Ioannis Hatzivasiliou was born in 1929 in Alexandria. He attended and graduated from the Theological School of Halki, and continued his post graduate education in Paris and Geneva. He served as the chief secretary of the Patriarchate of Alexandria. In Egypt and Sudan, he served as a teacher in high schools and lyceums as well ass at the Higher College of Tourism in Cairo.

On November 29, 1968 1968, following election as Bishop of Heliopolis, he served for six years as Patriarchal Vicar in Cairo. In 1974, he was elected Archbishop of Memphis and served there until he was placed in the Archdiocese of Nouvia in 1988. In 1997, he was assigned as archbishop of Leontopolis.

In addition to his native Greek, Abp. Dionysios speaks English, French, Russian, and Arabic; and he represents the throne at various congresses and theological dialogues.


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Dionysios (Hatzivasiliou) of Leontopolis
Preceded by:
Bishop of Heliopolis
1968-1974
Succeeded by:
Preceded by:
Archbishop of Memphis
1974—1988
Succeeded by:
Preceded by:
Archbishop of Nouvia
1988—1997
Succeeded by:
Preceded by:
Archbishop of Leontopolis
1997—Present
Succeeded by:
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