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<!--nb. portrait images at ~100px, landscape images at ~200px-->[[Image:Alexander Nemolovsky2.jpg|left|thumb|100px|Abp. Alexander (Nemolovsky) of Brussels]]His Eminence the Most Reverend Archbishop The '''[[Alexander (Nemolovsky) Episcopal Assembly of BrusselsNorth and Central America]]''' was administrator and ruling archbishop of the North American [[diocese]] of the [[Church of Russia]], then of the Metropoliafounded in 2010, during the time consists of all the Russian Revolution active Orthodox bishops of 1917 North and 1922Central America, representing multiple jurisdictions. He then went to Europe and became Archbishop of Brussels. Abp. Alexander was administrator between It is the departure of Abp. [[Platon (Rozhdestvensky) of New York|Platon]] and the arrival of Abp. [[Evdokim (Meschersky) of the Aleutians|Evdokim]], and again when Abp. Evdokim returned successor to Russia for the 1917 council. He took part in the Karlovtsy Synod, where he was confirmed as primate of the Metropolia in North America. But, the collapse of the Church in Russia meant that Alexander was faced with a loss of income from Russia, factionalismSCOBA, and dissident priests. While the majority of the diocese remained loyal to him and supported his ruleit is not, his opposition was too great and he took the opportunity of Abp. Platon's return to the United States to request him to take over as ruling bishopproperly speaking, leaving for Europe in 1922. Finding himself on [[Mount Athos]] for a time, Abpsynod. Alexander then eventually went under Metr. [[Evlogy (Georgievsky) The Episcopal Assembly of Paris]], who had broken from the ROCOR North and brought his Russian parishes in Western Europe under the [[Ecumenical Patriarchate]]. Alexander served from 1929 until 1960 as Archbishop Central America is one of Brussels and Belgium, first under several such bodies around the [[Russian Orthodox Exarchate world which operate in Western Europe]] ([[Church of Constantinople]]) until 1946, then of the Moscow Patriarchate until his 1960 reposeso-called "diaspora."
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