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On 10 September 1950 in Constantinople he was ordained titular Bishop of Levka for the needs of the of [[Albanian Orthodox Diocese of America]] under [[Church of Constantinople|Conatatinople Patriarchate]] with headquarter in [[Boston]]<ref>http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1350&dat=19580819&id=UgUkAAAAIBAJ&sjid=4QAEAAAAIBAJ&pg=7193,3023028</ref>.
 
On 10 September 1950 in Constantinople he was ordained titular Bishop of Levka for the needs of the of [[Albanian Orthodox Diocese of America]] under [[Church of Constantinople|Conatatinople Patriarchate]] with headquarter in [[Boston]]<ref>http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1350&dat=19580819&id=UgUkAAAAIBAJ&sjid=4QAEAAAAIBAJ&pg=7193,3023028</ref>.
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The bishop, active in Pan Orthodox and ecumenical activities, was a member of the Standing Conference of the Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the Americas  and New Endland Consultation of church leaders.
  
 
He passed away on March 11, 1982. He was 62.
 
He passed away on March 11, 1982. He was 62.
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== References ==
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== Links ==
 
== Links ==
 
* http://users.sch.gr/markmarkou/1982/koim1982.htm
 
* http://users.sch.gr/markmarkou/1982/koim1982.htm

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Bishop Mark Lipa (December 25, 1919, Istanbul - March 11, 1982, Boston) was titular bishop of Levka, ruling bishop of Albanian Orthodox Diocese of America under Conatatinople Patriarchate.

Biography

Mark I. Lipa was born in Istanbul on December 25, 1919.

He was educated at the Patriarchal Theological School of in Turkey[1].

On 10 September 1950 in Constantinople he was ordained titular Bishop of Levka for the needs of the of Albanian Orthodox Diocese of America under Conatatinople Patriarchate with headquarter in Boston[2].

The bishop, active in Pan Orthodox and ecumenical activities, was a member of the Standing Conference of the Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the Americas and New Endland Consultation of church leaders.

He passed away on March 11, 1982. He was 62.

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