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Correspondence: oops, typo
In general, when referring to a hierarch, His is often used (e.g. His All Holiness, BARTHOLOMEW, Archbishop of Constantinople, New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch visited Tarpon Springs, Florida in January of 2006). When speaking to a hierarch Your is often used (Your Eminence it is , I'm so glad to see you!).
Bishop [[Tikhon (Fitzgerald) of San Francisco and Los Angeles|Tikhon (Fitzgerald) of San Francisco and the West]] ([[OCA]]) wrote a short memo on the [ ''Conventions of writing to a hierarch''].

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