Eusebios (Pantanassiotis)

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'''Eusebios (Pantanassiotis)''' is the second abbot of the [[Monastery of Pantanassa (Mangrove Mountain, New South Wales)|Pantanassa Monastery]] on Mangrove Mountain, New South Wales, Australia succeeding Fr. [[Stephanos (Pantanassiotis)|Stephanos]] in 2011.
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'''Eusebios (Pantanassiotis)''' is the second [[abbot]] of the [[Monastery of Pantanassa (Mangrove Mountain, New South Wales)|Pantanassa Monastery]] on Mangrove Mountain, New South Wales, Australia succeeding Fr. [[Stephanos (Pantanassiotis)|Stephanos]] in 2011.
  
 
==Life==
 
==Life==
On December 10, 2010, the former abbot of the monastery, Fr. [[Stephanos (Pantanassiotis)|Stephanos]] participated in the tonsure of Fr. Eusebios, by Fr. Theodore, Abbot of the ancient monastery of Panagia Molivdoskepasti in Konitsa, Greece. Fr Eusebios succeeded Fr Stephanos as abbot of Pantanassa Monastery, with Fr Stephanos being co-sponsor at Fr Eusebios' September 17, 2011 enthronement.
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On [[December 10]], 2010, the former abbot of the monastery, Fr. [[Stephanos (Pantanassiotis)|Stephanos]] participated in the [[tonsure]] of Fr. Eusebios, by Fr. Theodore, Abbot of the ancient [[monastery]] of Panagia Molivdoskepasti in Konitsa, Greece. Fr. Eusebios succeeded Fr. Stephanos as abbot of Pantanassa Monastery, with Fr. Stephanos being co-sponsor at Fr. Eusebios' [[September 17]], 2011 enthronement.
 
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Eusebios (Pantanassiotis) is the second abbot of the Pantanassa Monastery on Mangrove Mountain, New South Wales, Australia succeeding Fr. Stephanos in 2011.

Life

On December 10, 2010, the former abbot of the monastery, Fr. Stephanos participated in the tonsure of Fr. Eusebios, by Fr. Theodore, Abbot of the ancient monastery of Panagia Molivdoskepasti in Konitsa, Greece. Fr. Eusebios succeeded Fr. Stephanos as abbot of Pantanassa Monastery, with Fr. Stephanos being co-sponsor at Fr. Eusebios' September 17, 2011 enthronement.

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