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Nicholas (Iuhoş)

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'''Nicholas (Iuhos)''' was a [[priest ]] and [[archimandrite ]] in the [[Church of Romania]], [[Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia]] and [[Orthodox Church in America]]. He is now a schismatic [[schism]]atic [[bishop]].
==Biographical sketch==
* 1952 Feb [[February 9]]: Born in Shilindru, Romania.
*1973: [[ordination|Ordained ]] to the priesthood in the [[Church of Romania]]. Served in Oradea, Romania.
*1981: Complete the Orthodox Institute in Sibiu, Romania.
*1982: Elevated to [[Archpriest]].*1984: Undertook pilgrimage to [[Jerusalem ]] and the Holy Land. After this, he remained in the West. He moved to Germany, and transferred to ROCOR.
*1987: Moved to Australia. Served as second priest at the Church of the Dormition of the Most Holy Theotokos, Dandenong (Victoria, Australia) to care for Romanian-speaking faithful.
*1991: Rector of Sts Ss. Peter and Paul Church, Perth (Western Australia).*1991: Became a [[monk]], elevated to [[Igumen]].
*1992: Transferred to serve in Jerusalem.
*late 1990s: Served as rector of [[St . Catherine the Great Martyr Church (Moscow)|St. Catherine's Church]], Moscow, the representation church of the [[Orthodox Church in America]] to the [[Church of Russia]].
*2000s: Moved to the United States.
:At some point, he was elevated to Archimandrite.
*2005: Established [[Holy_Cross_Monastery_(Niagara_Falls,_New_York)|Holy Cross Monastery]] in Niagara Falls, New York, under the Orthodox Church in America.
:He later left the Church and joined the schismatic [[Holy Orthodox Church of in North America|HOCNA]].
:He later left HOCNA and joined the "True Russian Orthodox Church", under Metropolitan Damascene of Moscow.
*2010 [[June 12]]: Archimandrite Nicholas was [[consecration of a bishop|consecrated ]] bishop by Metropolitan Damascene of Moscow, Archbishop John of Zaporizhzya and Little Rus', and Bishop Andrian of Chisnau and Moldova as head of the North American Vicariate of the "True Russian Orthodox Church."
==SourcesSource==*[ Nicholas (Yuhosh)] In Russian

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