Metropolis of Lemessou

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The '''Metropolis of Lemessou'' or '''Bishopric of Lemessou''' is under the [[jurisdiction]] of the [[Church of Cyprus]].
 
The '''Metropolis of Lemessou'' or '''Bishopric of Lemessou''' is under the [[jurisdiction]] of the [[Church of Cyprus]].
 
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==Metropolitan==
 
==Metropolitan==
 
His Eminence Metropolitan Athanasios was elected as Metropolitan of Morphos February 11, 1999.
 
His Eminence Metropolitan Athanasios was elected as Metropolitan of Morphos February 11, 1999.
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==Churches==
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==Monasteries==
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'''Three Male monasteries:'''
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#The Holy Monastery of St. John the Forerunner, ''Mesa Potamou''
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#The Holy Skete of the Resurrection of Christ
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#The Holy Monastery of the Symvoulou of Christ
  
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'''Six Female monasteries:'''
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#The Holy Monastery of St. George 'Alamanou'
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#The Holy Monastery of the Life-giving Spring 'Glossa'
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#The Holy Monastery of Panagia the Sfalaggiotissas
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#The Holy Monastery of St. Nicholas 'Gaton'
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#The Holy Monastery of Panagia 'Amastou'
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#The Holy Monastery of Panagia 'Amirous'
  
 
==Source==
 
==Source==

Revision as of 18:55, March 4, 2008

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The Metropolis of Lemessou or Bishopric of Lemessou' is under the jurisdiction of the Church of Cyprus.

Metropolitan

His Eminence Metropolitan Athanasios was elected as Metropolitan of Morphos February 11, 1999.

Churches

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Monasteries

Three Male monasteries:

  1. The Holy Monastery of St. John the Forerunner, Mesa Potamou
  2. The Holy Skete of the Resurrection of Christ
  3. The Holy Monastery of the Symvoulou of Christ

Six Female monasteries:

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