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The Right Reverend [[Archimandrite]] Rt. Rev. Dr. '''Andrew (Vujisić)''', [[w:Master of Education|M''légalement'', Dr.A.Ed.]]'''Zoran Vujisić''', FRAS, FRSA, FRSPH, MRSNZ, [[w:Doctor of Ministry|D. Min.]]MRSSAf, Ph.D.CFT, was an [[w:Doctor of Theology|Th.D.Archimandrite]], is of the [[bishopGreek Orthodox]]-elect Archdiocese of TrallesMexico, with the responsibility of establishing and administering pan-Orthodox communities in Central America, South America, and the Islands of the Caribbean for the [[Ecumenical Patriarchate]]. As [[Protosyngellos|and Archiepiscopal Vicar]], he was responsible with responsibility for the reception into the Ecumenical Patriarchate of the General Secretariat for Pan-Orthodox Catholic Church of Guatemala (OCCG) in January 2010Ministries.<ref group="note"> In announcing this exciting development2017, His Eminence Metropolitan [[Athenagoras (Aneste) of Panama|Athenagoras (Aneste) of Mexico]] expressed he and his great pleasure in welcoming parish left the OCCG which was received in its entirety, including their former clergy, seminarians, lay ministers, catechists and affiliated membership into the canonical family of the [[Orthodox Church]]. Following their official reception, the leaders of OCCG, Messrs. [[Andrew Girón]] and [[Michael Castellanos]] traveled to Mexico City where on the weekend of March 19-21, 2010, they were ordained to the Holy Priesthood, receiving the title of [[Archimandrite]]. The OCCG has be an approximate membership of 527,000 faithful and catechumens, overwhelmingly indigenous, with 334 churches in Guatemala and southern Mexico, with 12 (formerly OCCG) clergymen and 14 seminarians, who are assisted in their pastoral ministry by 250 lay ministers and 380 catechists. (''Eastern Rite Catholic parish[httphttps://www.secretariat.orthodoxtheologicalinstituteparma.org/index.php?option=com_lyftenbloggie&view=lyftenbloggie&category=secretariat%20news&Itemid=50 PRESS RELEASEnews/puerto-rico-welcomes-first-ever-eastern-catholic-parish].'' '''General Secretariat for Pan-Orthodox Ministries'''. FROM THE OFFICE OF THE HOLY METROPOLIS, Mexico City, April 7th 2010.)</ref>
==Early Life==
Archimandrite Andrew (Zoran Vujisić) was born on January 30, 1957, the first child of the late Vojislav and Sofia Sofija Vujisić (née Jovović), was born on [[January 30]], 1957, and named Zoran. He is a Montenegrin of the Moračani clan, and is a close relative of Metropolitan [[Amfilohije (Radovic) of Montenegro and Litoral]]. He lived in the former Former Republic of Yugoslavia until he was 12 years old. In 1969, his family moved to West Germany, where he lived for one year two years, before migrating immigrating to Australiain 1971. He completed his secondary education in Greater Western Sydney. He is fluent in Serbian, English, and SpanishGerman, and has a working knowledge of RomanianMontenegrin, HungarianSerbo-Croatian, and GermanSpanish.
==Education==
The young Zoran Vujisić completed his undergraduate studies at [[w:Thomas Edison State College|Thomas Edison State College]], (US) and earned his a Licentiate of Orthodox Sacred Theology at [[St. Sophia Ukrainian Orthodox Theological [[Seminary ]] (US). He later earned an M.A. Ed. (TESL), with Honors, at the Puerto Rico campus of the University of Phoenix. He was also awarded the degree of Doctor of Ministry in Marriage and Family Therapy (summa cum laude) from Southern Christian University (now Amridge University, US). He was subsequently registered as a Certified Family Therapist by the National Credentialing Academy. His D. Min. thesis was published under the title ''Religious Orientation and Mental Health: Client Preference for the Inclusion of a Religious Module in the Counseling Process''. He later completed two research doctoral degrees, including a Ph.D. in English and Applied Linguistics at Rhodes University (ZA), and a Th.D. from the University of South Bound BrookAfrica (ZA). His Ph.D. research, New Jerseywhich was published under the title of ''The Role of Achievement Motivation on the Interlanguage Fossilization of Middle-aged English-as-a-second-language Learners'', is groundbreaking in that it presents evidence that interlanguage fossilization is not necessarily a permanent phenomenon. He was awarded a Th.D. in Practical Theology for his doctoral research on ''The Impact of Neptic-Psychotherapeutic Treatment on Self-Reported Depressive Symptomatology and Comorbid Anxiety'', which was published under the title of ''Orthodox Psychotherapy: A Study in the Treatment of Depression and Anxiety''. He also completed the requirements for a Ph.D., a.b.d., in General Psychology at Northcentral University (US)|St Sophia Ukrainian Orthodox Seminary]. Dr. Vujisić is currently enrolled as a part-time student for the Professional Certificate in [Executive and Transformational Life]Coaching at the University of Cambridge (UK). He was elected to ''Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges'' in recognition of his academic accomplishments and scholarship.
In 1998 he received his [[w:Master of Education|M==Fellowships ==The Rt.ARev.EdDr.]] degree from Vujisić is a Fellow of the [[w:University Royal Society of Phoenix|University Arts (UK), a Fellow of Phoenix]]. In 2002 he received his [[w:Doctor of Ministry|D. Min.]] in Marriage and Family Therapy the Royal Society for Public Health (''summa cum laude''UK) from [[w:Amridge University|Southern Christian University]] , a Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society (now Amridge UniversityUK) upon completion , a Fellow of a postgraduate program that included an intense curriculum the Royal Society of class work, clinical training, residency, Tropical Medicine and researchHygiene (UK), and was registered as a Certified [[w:Family therapy|Family Therapist]] Fellow of the Society for Values in Higher Education (CFTUS) by the National Credentialing Academy. His D. Min. thesis was published under the title: ''Religious Orientation and Mental Health: Client Preference for the Inclusion He is also a Senior Fellow of a Religious Module in the Counseling ProcessSophia Institute (US).''
He subsequently completed two research doctoral degrees. In 2007 he received his Ph.D. in English and [[w:Applied linguistics|Applied Linguistics]] from [[w:Rhodes University|Rhodes University]]. Additionally he earned his Th.D. from the [[w:University of South Africa|University of South Africa]] (UNISA), the title of his thesis being ''The Role of Achievement Motivation on the Interlanguage Fossilization of Middle-aged English-as-a-second-language Learners.'' This is a groundbreaking study in that it presents evidence that [[w:Interlanguage fossilization|interlanguage fossilization]] is not a permanent phenomenon. ==Memberships==
Continuing his studiesIn addition to the fellowships, Dr. Vujisić holds membership in 2009 he was awarded a [[w:Doctor the Cambridge University Commonwealth Society, the Faculty of the History and Philosophy of Theology|Th.D.]] Medicine and Pharmacy – Society of Apothecaries, the International Association of Patristic Studies, the Australian Association for Byzantine Studies, the Old Rhodian Union, the UNISA Alumni Association, the American Counseling Association, Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in [[w:Practical theology|Practical Theology]] Counseling, the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, Fulbright Association, PRTESOL, the Linguistic Society of America, the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors, the American Psychological Association, the American Society for Philosophy, Counseling, and Psychotherapy, the Society for General Psychology, the Association for Informal Logic and Critical Thinking, the Australian and New Zealand Association for his doctoral research on ''The Impact the Advancement of Neptic-Psychotherapeutic Treatment on Self-Reported Depressive Symptomatology Science the Cambridge University Scientific Society, the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, the Faculty of Conflict and Comorbid AnxietyCatastrophe Medicine – Society of Apothecaries,'' which was published under the title Royal Society of ''Orthodox Psychotherapy: A Study in South Africa, and the Treatment Royal Society of New Zealand. He is also a member of Depression the International Institute for Inter-Religious Diplomacy (fostering high-level dialogue between Christianity and Anxiety''[[Islam]]).
It should be noted that ==Certificates==Dr. Vujisić has been awarded certificates from the University of Phoenix is US Addiction Technologies Transfer Center, the largest private academic institution in Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative, the U.S.A. and has over 200 campuses worldwide. Amridge University is also a distinguished institution US National Institute of Health, and the preferred educational option for UUCSD Human Research Protections Program.S. military personnelAdditionally, while Rhodes University he has coaching accreditation from the Australian Soccer Federation and UNISA are counted among the top 15% National Coaching Accreditation Program of the accredited universities throughout the worldAustralian Department of Sport and Recreation.
The Rt. Rev. Archimandrite Dr==Church Life==As a layman, Zoran Vujisić was director, from 1982 through 1988, of St. Andrew Mary’s Orthodox Community Welfare Center (Vujisićin Sydney, Australia) , which served people from 105 ethnic backgrounds, including his beloved Montenegrins, and other immigrants from the Former Republic of Yugoslavia. He was elected also coordinator of the parish’s Community Refugee Sponsorship Program, which provided housing and support for immigrants and refugees. He continued in those capacities after his [[ordination]] to "the [http://www[deacon|diaconate]] on [[January 29]], 1988 and to the [[priest]]hood on [[February 15]], 1989 by Archbishop Gabriel, after which he was assigned as priest of St.whoswhoamongstudentsMary’s Pan-Orthodox [[parish]].com/ Who'Several of his spiritual children now serve as Orthodox [[clergy]]men and [[monk]]s Who Among Students . The miracle of the Myrrh-streaming Icon of the Crucified Christ occurred at St. Mary’s Church from 1994 to 1995 during his tenure. For his arduous work, he was awarded the Patriarchal Medal of the Order of St. Ignatius of Antioch by the Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch and All the East, His Beatitude Ignatius IV. While at St. Mary’s, he also served (on loan) at Holy Annunciation Romanian Orthodox Parish and St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Parish (OCA), both in American Universities and Colleges]" the Sydney metropolitan area. During his priestly service in recognition Australia, he was the administrator of his academic accomplishments the Archdiocesan Community Housing Program, which provided low cost housing for underprivileged and scholarshipstruggling immigrant families. Additionally, he served as Archdiocesan Religious Education Coordinator for Public Schools from 1991 through 1995, which attended the religious educational needs of hundreds of children from the Former Republic of Yugoslavia.
==Service in Australia=Puerto Rican Mission===As a In 1996, Fr. Zoran Vujisić arrived in the Caribbean where he established St. Spyridon’s Orthodox Mission in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He was elevated to the rank of [[archimandrite]] by Metropolitan [[LaityAthenagoras (Aneste) of Mexico|laymanAthenagoros]] of Mexico on [[December 13]], Zoran Vujisić 1999 and served from 1982 through 1988 as director such for over nine years in the Ecumenical Patriarchate’s Archdiocese of Mexico (which covers 22 countries in Latin America and the islands of Stthe Caribbean). Mary's In December 2008, he transferred to the [[Russian Orthodox Community Welfare Center in Sydney and coordinator Church Outside of Russia]] but was canonically released back to the [[Ecumenical Patriarchate]], prior to his election to the parish's Community Refugee Sponsorship ProgramEpiscopacy, upon the personal request of Metr. Athenagoras to Metropolitan Hilarion.
He continued ===St. Gregory Nazianzen Orthodox Institute===While under the omophorion of Metr. Hilarion, the Right Reverend Archimandrite Dr. Andrew, (in those capacities after his ordination the secular world, Dr. Zoran Vujisić) established the St. Basil of Ostrog Orthodox Theological Institute, a Spanish-language theological studies program. The Institute was also transferred to the [[Deacon|diaconate]] on January 29Ecumenical Patriarchate, with the blessing of Metr. Hilarion, 1988in August 2009, and was expanded to include an English-language program under the [[Presbyter|priesthood]] patronage of St. Gregory Nazianzen. The combined programs now have 72 students from 17 countries, all but three, on February 15full-scholarship. Through the efforts of Dr. Vujisić, 1989 by Archbishop Gibran (Rimlaweyand the bilateral agreements that he authored), St. Gregory Nazianzen Orthodox Institute became an academic unit of the Universidad Rural de Guatemala, and is authorized to grant bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees in Orthodox Studies, Business Administration, Computer Science, Education, General Studies, Hellenic Studies, and Slavic Studies. Dr. Vujisić is the rector of St. Gregory Nazianzen Orthodox Institute.
Fr. Zoran also served as assistant priest at St. Mary's Antiochian Orthodox Parish, a Pan-Orthodox parish where he was instrumental in bringing many [[Conversion|converts]] ===Election to Orthodoxy, several of whom now serve as Orthodox clergymen and monks. The miracle of the Myrrh-streaming Icon of the Crucified Christ occurred at St. Mary’s Church from 1994 to 1995 during his tenure. While at St Mary's, he served temporarily (on loan) at Holy Annunciation Romanian Orthodox Parish and St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Parish (OCA), both in the Sydney metropolitan area. Episcopacy===
During On [[September 29]], 2009, the Holy and Sacred Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate unanimously elected Dr. Vujisić as Bishop of Tralles. The Patriarchal announcement of his priestly service election was cited by the official election notice of the Archdiocese of Mexico, which was published worldwide. It references the growing number of Orthodox immigrants in Latin American countries in need of pastoral care, and states that the Bishop-elect would assume the responsibility of establishing and administering Pan-Orthodox communities wherever necessary. Regarding the news of Dr. Vujisić’s election to the episcopacy, Metr. Hilarion (Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia) writes to Metr. Athenagoros: “Throughout the years,…Bishop-Elect Andrew has earned and enjoyed an unblemished reputation as being a model of true godliness and eminent piety, which is indeed evident to all those who meet him. His life has been marked by self-sacrifice and hard work….”. Metr. Amfilohije (of the [[Serbian Orthodox Church]]) writes: “With joy have I received the news of the consecration of His Grace, Bishop-Elect Andrew (Vujisić) to the Episcopacy by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople… We attest that His Grace has served with me in Montenegro and Australia, Frand has also served with other Bishops of the [[Serbian Orthodox Church]] on numerous occasions and that we know… [of his unassailable character] personally…”. On [[December 13]], 2009, after personal discussions with His All Holiness, Patriarch [[Bartholomew I (Archontonis) of Constantinople|Bartholomew I]], in Constantinople, Dr. Vujisić submitted a petition to the [[Holy Synod]] requesting that his consecration be temporarily postponed (it would later be declined). His petition was accepted, but two weeks later, upon the insistence of Metr. Zoran Athenagoros, he was elevated to the administrator rank of Archiepiscopal Vicar of the Archdiocesan Community Housing Program, which provided low cost housing General Secretariat for underprivileged familiesPan-Orthodox Ministries. AdditionallyAs Archiepiscopal Vicar, he served as Archdiocesan Religious Education Coordinator was responsible for Public Schools from 1991 through 1995the reception into the Ecumenical Patriarchate of the 527,000 members of the former Orthodox Catholic Church of Guatemala in January 2010.
==In the CaribbeanLife as an Educator==In 1996addition to his pastoral duties, FrDr. Zoran arrived Vujisić has served as a professor of the School of Human and Social Sciences at the University of Turabo in Puerto Rico, and as a counselor/therapist at the Caribbean where he established StUniversity’s Resource Center for Counseling and Professional Orientation. Spyridon’s Orthodox Mission He is also the Director of the University’s Language Research Center and the editor of Puerto Rico’s only ambilingual linguistic journal, ''Glossa'', which is distributed in San Juan112 countries. ''Glossa'' is affiliated with the following prominent journals: ''Balkanskaya Rusistika'', Puerto Rico''Revista Literaria Baquiana'', ''EntreCulturas, Moenia'', ''The Nordic Journal of English Studies'', ''Sayyab'', and ''Viceversa''.
He was elevated to the rank ==Publications and Interests==The author of numerous published articles on ethics, linguistics, neptic-psychotherapy, philosophy, psychology, and spirituality, Dr. Vujisić's research interests include Applied Linguistics, English-as-a-Second-Language, Fossilization, Interlanguage, International Law, Inter-Religious Diplomacy, Psycholinguistics, South Slavic Languages, Bowenian Family Therapy, Existential Phenomenology, Structural Family Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Psychology, Grief and Bereavement Counseling, Individual Psychology, Logic-Based Therapy, REBT, Social and Developmental Psychology, Conflict and Catastrophe Medicine, Neuroscience, Tropical Medicine and Health, [[ArchimandriteByzantine Studies]] by Metropolitan [[Athenagoras (Aneste) , Eastern Mystagogy, Hesychasm, Neptic and Social Theology, Neurotheology, and Orthodox Psychotherapy. His paper on ''Transcending the Limitations of Panama|Athenagoras (Aneste)]] Worldview and Achieving Mental Health, Self-Actualization, and Tolerance through Religious Psychotherapeutic Methodologies: A Call for Scientific Investigation'' has been included in the sessions of Mexico on [[December 13]], 1999the UNESCO World Philosophical Forum.
Archimandrite Andrew transferred to Dr. Vujisić’s published books in 2010 include: ''Orthodox Psychotherapy: A Study in the [[Russian Treatment of Depression and Anxiety''; ''Modern Psychologies: An Orthodox Church Outside Perspec''tive; ''Overcoming Interlanguage Fossilization: New Insights''; and ''The Art and Science of Russia]] Healing the Soul: A Guide to Orthodox Psychotherapy''. The following titles are now in progress: ''From Neptic-Psychotherapy to Orthodox Psychiatry: A Cognitive Neuroscientific Proposal''; ''When Love Hurts: Spiritual Healing for Emotional, Psychological, Verbal, and Physical Abuse''; ''Understanding Schizophrenia''; ''Ethics in Counseling: Framework and Guidelines''; ''Eating Disorders in December 2008Adolescence: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment''; ''Theories of Personality: A Review''; ''Theories of Psychology and Therapist Personality: Interactions and Interconnections''; ''Psychological Pathologies: Deviance, Distress, but was released back Dysfunction, and Danger''; ''The Effects of Scholasticism on Ministry in Contemporary Society: An Orthodox Christian Perspective''; ''Civil Religion in America: The Star-Spangled Threat to the Orthodoxy''; ''El Octóijos: El Libro de los Ocho Tonos'' [The [[Ecumenical PatriarchateOctoechos]]: The Book of Eight Tones]; ''Iniciación Cristiana: El Texto, la Teología, y la Explicación'' [Christian Initiation: The Text, prior to his election to the EpiscopacyTheology, upon personal request by Metropolitan Athenagoras (Aneste) to Metropolitan and Explanation]; ''El Gran Eucologio: El Libro de Misterios y Servicios'' [[[Hilarion (Kapral) The Great Euchologion: The Book of Mysteries and Services]]]; ''The Child Abuse / Neglect Survivor Workbook''; ''Overcoming Depression and Anxiety''; ''The Divine Liturgy: Rubrics for Priests and Deacons''; ''The Complete Services of New York|Hilarion Holy Week: Texts and Rubrics'' (Kapral5 Volumes)]], and ''Saved by the Crown: The Case for Constitutional Monarchy''.
While under the omophorion of Metropolitan Hilarion, Archimandrite Andrew established the ''St==Projects==Dr. [[Basil of Ostrog]] Orthodox Theological InstituteVujisić is also currently working on several projects,''<ref>''[http://www.orthodoxytoday.org/articles-2009/ROCOR-ROCOR%20Starts%20Spanish%20Language-Theological-School.php ROCOR Starts Spanish Language Theological School].'' OrthodoxyToday.org. 13 Aug 2009.</ref> including (a Spanish-language theological studies program. ) The Institute was also transferred to the Ecumenical Patriarchateas a Subject of International Law, with the blessing (b) The Impact of Metropolitan HilarionOrthodox Neptic-Psychotherapeutic Treatment on Depressive Symptomatology, in August 2009Electroencephalograph Asymmetry, and was expanded to include an EnglishRegional Serotonin Transporter (5-language program under Hydroxytryptamine) Binding, (c) Assessment of the patronage Impact of St. [[Gregory the Theologian|Gregory Nazianzen]]. The combined programs now have 72 students from 17 countriesReligious Psychotherapeutic Methodologies on Mental Health, Worldview, all but 3and Self-Actualization, on full(d) The Petrović-scholarshipNjegoš Dynasty, and (e) The Orthodox Montenegrin Identity.
==Election to the EpiscopacySources==On September 29, 2009, the [[Holy Synod of Constantinople|Holy and Sacred Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate]] unanimously elected Archimandrite Andrew as Bishop of Tralles. The Patriarchal announcement of his election was cited by the official election notice of the [[Holy Metropolis of Mexico (Central America)]],<ref>* [http://iglesiaortodoxawww.websparish.com/anakoinwsisorthodoxtheologicalinstitute.jpg ΑΝΑΚΟΙΝΟΣΙΣ]. ΙΕΡΑ ΜΗΤΡΟΠΟΛΙΣ ΜΕΞΙΚΟΥ org/ SACRO ARZOBISPADO ORTODOXO GRIEGO DE MEXICO. September 28, 2009.<Dormition_of_the_Theotokos/ref> which was published worldwideBio. It references the growing number html A Short Biography of Orthodox immigrants in Latin American countries in need of pastoral care, and states that the Bishop-elect would assume the responsibility of establishing and administering Pan-Orthodox communities wherever necessaryRt. RevRegarding the news of Archimandrite Andrew’s election to the episcopacy, Metropolitan [[Hilarion Dr. Andrew (Kapral) of New York|Hilarion (KapralVujisic)]] wrote to Metropolitan [[Athenagoras (Aneste) . Dormition of Panama|Athenagoras (Aneste)]]::“Throughout the years,…Bishop-Elect Andrew has earned and enjoyed an unblemished reputation as being a model of true godliness and eminent piety, which is indeed evident to all those who meet himMost Holy Theotokos/St. His life has been marked by self-sacrifice and hard work….” Metropolitan [[Amfilohije Spyridon’s Orthodox Church (Radovic) of Montenegro and Litoral]] wrote: :“With joy have I received the news of the consecration of His GraceTrujillo Alto, Bishop-Elect Andrew Puerto Rico (Vujisić) to the Episcopacy by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople… We attest that His Grace has served with me in Montenegro and Australia, and has also served with other Bishops of the Serbian Orthodox Church on numerous occasions and that we know… [of his unassailable character] personally…”.  On December 13, 2009, after personal discussions with His All Holiness, Patriarch [[Bartholomew I (Archontonis) Church of Constantinople|BartholomewEP]] in Constantinople, Archimandrite Andrew submitted a petition to the [[Holy Synod]] requesting that his consecration be temporarily postponed)). His petition was accepted but two weeks later he was elevated to the rank of [[Protosyngellos|Archiepiscopal Vicar]] of the * [http://www.secretariat.orthodoxtheologicalinstitute.org/ index.php?option=com_lyftenbloggie&view=lyftenbloggie&category=secretariat%20news&Itemid=50 PRESS RELEASE]. General Secretariat for Pan-Orthodox Ministries]. As Archiepiscopal Vicar, he was responsible for the reception into From the Ecumenical Patriarchate Office of the Orthodox Catholic Church of Guatemala in January Holy Metropolis, Mexico City, April 7, 2010. In addition to his pastoral duties, the Rt. Rev. Archimandrite Dr. Andrew (Vujisić) serves as a professor of the School of Human and Social Sciences at the [* [whttps:University of Turabo|University of Turabo]] in Gurabo, Puerto Rico, as well as a counselor/therapist at the University's Resource Center for Counseling and Professional Orientation/parma. He is also the Director of the University's Language Research Center and the editor of Puerto Rico's only ambilingual linguistic journal, ''Glossa'', which is distributed in over 105 countries. org/news/puerto-rico-welcomes-first-ever-eastern-catholic-parish]
{{start box}}{{succession|before=Isidoros (Krikris)|title=Bishop of Tralles|years=2009-present|after=&mdash;}}{{end box}} ==Notes==<references group="note" /> ==References== <div><references/></div> ==SourcesExternal Links==* ''[http://www.parish.orthodoxtheologicalinstituteorthodoxiamexico.org/Dormition_of_the_Theotokos/Bio.html A Short Biography of the Rt. Rev. Archimandrite Dr. Andrew (Vujisic)].'' Dormition of the Most Holy Theotokos/St. Spyridon’s Orthodox Church (Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico ([[Church Metropolis of Constantinople|EP]])).* ''[http://www.secretariat.orthodoxtheologicalinstitute.org/index.php?option=com_lyftenbloggie&view=lyftenbloggie&category=secretariat%20news&Itemid=50 PRESS RELEASEMexico].'' '''General Secretariat for Pan-Orthodox Ministries'''. FROM THE OFFICE OF THE HOLY METROPOLIS, Mexico City, April 7th 2010.
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