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Metropolis of Glyfada

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The '''Metropolis of Glyfada''' (Greek: Γλυφάδα) is under the [[jurisdiction]] of the [[Church of Greece]]. The metropolis was established in 2002 from the partition of the [[Metropolis of New Smyrna|Metropolis of Nea Smyrni]]. The Metropolis of Glyfada, which is located in the suburbs of Athens, is divided into five districts with a total of 19 parishes.
His Eminence Metropolitan '''[[Paul (Tsaousoglou) of Glyfadas''' Glyfada]] (b. 1943, Syros) was elected the first [[metropolitan]] of Glyfada on [[October 1114]] , 2002 and enthroned [[december December 1]] , 2002.
== Districts ==
The '''Metropolis of Glyfada''' has one [[monastery ]] only, the Holy Male Cenobitic Monastery of the Holy Trinity and St. Nektarios, ''Glyfadas''
== Other information ==
The Metropolis of Glyfada is extremally active in promoting Theological discussion around medical issues such as "Brain death", the "Soul", "organ donation" etc.
==External Linkslinks==*[ History Holy Metropolis] In Greek*[ The Holy Metropolis of Glyfada official website] (in In Greek)
*[ MP3 recordings by protopresbyter Konstantinos Stratigopoulos], vicar of the Church of Dormition, in Dikigorika Glyfada
[[Category:Greek Dioceses|Glyfada]]

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