Malatius Hussney

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
m
Line 1: Line 1:
{{orthodoxyinaustralasiasmall}}
+
'''Malatius Hussney''' was the name of two priests, father and son, who served in Australia.
The Very Reverend '''Malatius Hussney''' was the rector of St George Antiochian Orthodox Church between 1953 and 1964.
+
  
During this time, the foundation stone of the parish of St George was laid by Archbishop Theophylactos in October 1953, and the first services in the as-yet unfinished church were held at Easter of 1954. The iconostasis was finished in 1956.
+
*The V. Rev. Exarch [[Malatius Hussney (Sydney)|Malatius Hussney]] was exarch of the Antiochian Orthodox Church in Australia and New Zealand, and parish priest of St George Antiochian Orthodox Church in Sydney, NSW, Australia.
 +
*The Rev. Fr [[Malatius Hussney (Melbourne)|Malatius Hussney]] was parish priest of St Nicholas Antiochian Orthodox Church in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
  
Fr Malatius Hussney left St George and the position of Exarch around 1964.  His son, also Fr Malatius Hussney, served at the church of St Nicholas, Melbourne, from 1968-77.
+
{{disambig}}
 
+
{{start box}}
+
{{succession|
+
before=V. Rev. Exarch [[Nicholas Shehadie]]|
+
title=Exarch of Australia<br>([[Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia, New Zealand, and All Oceania|Church of Antioch]])|
+
years=1953-1964|
+
after=Fr [[George Heydar]] (1948-62)<br>then Fr [[Nicholas Mansour]] (1962-69)}}
+
{{end box}}
+
 
+
[[Category:Priests]]
+

Revision as of 18:44, May 22, 2006

Malatius Hussney was the name of two priests, father and son, who served in Australia.

  • The V. Rev. Exarch Malatius Hussney was exarch of the Antiochian Orthodox Church in Australia and New Zealand, and parish priest of St George Antiochian Orthodox Church in Sydney, NSW, Australia.
  • The Rev. Fr Malatius Hussney was parish priest of St Nicholas Antiochian Orthodox Church in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Personal tools
Namespaces
Variants
Actions
Navigation
interaction
Donate

Please consider supporting OrthodoxWiki. FAQs

Toolbox