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Andrew (Vujisić)

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Archimandrite Andrew (born '''Zoran Vujisić''' on January 30, 1957) is the first child of the late Vojislav and Sofia Vujisić (''née'' Jovović). He is a Montenegrin of the ''Moračani'' clan, and is a close relative of [[Amfilohije_(Radovic)_of_Montenegro_and_Litoral|Metropolitan Amfilohije of Montenegro and the Littoral]]. He lived in the former Yugoslavia until he was 12 years old. In 1969, his family moved to West Germany, where he lived for one year before migrating to Australia. He is fluent in Serbian, English, and Spanish, and has a working knowledge of Romanian, Hungarian, and SerbianGerman.
He completed his undergraduate studies at Thomas Edison State College, and earned his Licentiate of Orthodox Sacred Theology at the [[St. Sophia Ukrainian Orthodox Theological Seminary (South Bound Brook, New Jersey)|St Sophia Ukrainian Orthodox Seminary]]. He also completed a M.A. Ed. degree, with Honors, at the University of Phoenix; a D. Min. in Marriage and Family Therapy (''Summa cum laude'') at Southern Christian University; and a Ph.D. in English and Applied Linguistics at Rhodes University. Recently he has further earned a Th.D. in Practical Theology from the University of South Africa with his doctoral dissertation on ''The Impact of Neptic-Psychotherapeutic Treatment on Self-Reported Depressive Symptomatology and Comorbid Anxiety''. He was also elected to "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges" in recognition of his academic accomplishments and scholarship.