Sava (Rayevsky) of Sydney

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The Right Reverend Sava (Rayevsky) was the second bishop of the Diocese of Australia and New Zealand within the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia. Abp. Sava served until his retirement in 1971. He reposed on April 17, 1976(os).

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Sava (Rayevsky) of Sydney
Preceded by:
Athanasy (Martos)
Bishop of Melbourne
(ROCOR)

1954-1955
Succeeded by:
Anthony (Medvedev)
Preceded by:
Theodore (Rafalsky)
Bishop of Sydney, Australia and New Zealand
(ROCOR)

1955-1969
Succeeded by:
Athanasy (Martos)
Preceded by:
Representative of the Synod of Bishops in Australia
(ROCOR)

1969-1970
Succeeded by:
Preceded by:
Athanasy (Martos)
Temporary Administrator of the Diocese of Sydney, Australia and New Zealand
(ROCOR)

1970-1971
Succeeded by:
Theodosius (Putilin)
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