Nicholas VI of Alexandria

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Nicholas (Valeropoulos) was born in February 1915.  
 
Nicholas (Valeropoulos) was born in February 1915.  
  
Bishop Nicholas was the first [[bishop]] [[enthronement|enthroned]] in the newly formed Metropolis of Irinoupolis, in 1959, that supported the Orthodox missionary activity in East Africa consisting of the countries of Kenya, Tazmania, and Uganda.
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Bishop Nicholas was the first [[bishop]] [[enthronement|enthroned]] in the newly formed Metropolis of Irinoupolis, in 1959, that supported the Orthodox missionary activity in East Africa consisting of the countries of Kenya, Tazmania, and [[Uganda]].
  
 
He was elected [[patriarch]] on [[May 10]], 1968.  
 
He was elected [[patriarch]] on [[May 10]], 1968.  

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His Beatitude Nicholas VI of Alexandria was the Pope and Patriarch of the Church of Alexandria from 1968 to 1986.

Nicholas (Valeropoulos) was born in February 1915.

Bishop Nicholas was the first bishop enthroned in the newly formed Metropolis of Irinoupolis, in 1959, that supported the Orthodox missionary activity in East Africa consisting of the countries of Kenya, Tazmania, and Uganda.

He was elected patriarch on May 10, 1968.

Patr. Nicholas VI took a strong stand against the popular religious position of ecumenicalism, considering it not only a heresy but a pan-heresy.

He reposed on July 9, 1986.

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Nicholas VI of Alexandria
Preceded by:
Metropolitan of Irinoupolis
1959-1968
Succeeded by:
Nicodemus
Preceded by:
Christophoros II
Patriarch of Alexandria
1968-1986
Succeeded by:
Parthenios III (Koinidis)
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