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  • * [[Amvrossy (Merejko) of Pittsburgh|Ambrose (Merejko)]] 1955-1967 [[fr:Diocèse orthodoxe russe d'Alaska]]
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  • ...other Christian adulterations of the text. The reply of [[Ambrose of Milan|Ambrose]], bishop of Milan is appended, which is highly revealing in the character [[fr:Constantin le Grand]]
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  • ...faith/articles/article9174.asp The Ever-Virginity of the Mother of God] by Fr. John Hainsworth ([[GOARCH]])</ref><ref>[http://www.religion-cults.com/mary ...in 553 A.D. (In short, nearly everywhere.) One such example is in St. [[Ambrose of Milan]] (4th century): "The virgin did not seek the consolation of bear
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  • ...days, and was converted to Christianity by the preaching and example of [[Ambrose of Milan]]. He was [[baptism|baptized]] at [[Pascha]] in 387, and returned Augustine's writings developed St Ambrose of Milan's theory of [[just war]]. He also advocated the use of force again
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  • ...ear 386 when Alexandrian and Roman dates for Pascha did not match, and St. Ambrose chose to follow the Alexandrian date.[6] <blockquote>We must keep the law r 7. Ambrose, Letter to the Bishop of Amelia, Fathers of the Church Vol. 26, pp. 193-194
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  • *374 Election of [[Ambrose of Milan|Ambrose]] as bishop of Milan. ...the [[Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed]]; [[Council of Aquileia]] led by [[Ambrose of Milan]] deposes Arian bishops.
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  • ...estion&catid=50%3Aorthodox-awareness&Itemid=62| The Calendar Question], by Fr. Basil Sakkas ...ry.pdf The Old Calendar Greek Orthodox Church: A Brief History], by Bishop Ambrose of Methone
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  • *[http://www.synodinresistance.org/Administration_en/AmbroseMethoni.html Ambrose, Bishop of Methone] [[fr:Église orthodoxe de Grèce - Saint Synode en résistance]]
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  • ...ustralia (Kallinikos)]]: The current ''locum tenens'' of this entity is Bp Ambrose of Methone, who administers eight parishes (including parishes of the 'Free *V. Rev. Fr [[Michael Shehadie]], second exarch of the Church of Antioch in Sydney.
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  • ...been recalled to St. Petersburg for consultations concerning the mission, Fr. Innocent was consecrated bishop and returned to Beijing as Bishop of Beiji *Archimandrite [[Ambrose (Umatov)]], 1755-1771.
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  • bishop=[[Ambrose (Aristotle Zographos) of Korea|Metr. Ambrose]]| ...]. Its current [[primate]] is His Eminence [[Ambrose (Zographos) of Korea|Ambrose (Zographos)]], [[Metropolitan]] of Korea (both North and South).
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  • after=[[Ambrose (Jääskeläinen) of Helsinki|Ambrose (Jääskeläinen)]]}} [[fr:Léo (Makkonen) de Finlande]]
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  • ...09. The church building for Holy Trinity was built under the leadership of Fr. [[John Kochurov]], and was consecrated in 1903 by Bishop [[Tikhon of Mosco [[Ambrose_Vretta|Fr. Ambrose Vretta]] served the parish from 1892 until 1895, when he was transferred to
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  • His Beatitude the Most Reverend Metropolitan '''Ambrose of Helsinki''' (given name Risto Jääskeläinen) is the hierarch of the [[ [[Image:Ambro.jpg|thumb|220px|Metropolitan Ambrose at the Uspensky Cathedral in Helsinki.]]He has studied theology at the Univ
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  • *Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia and New Zealand: V. Rev. Fr [[Jack Witbrock]] is the Dean of the [[Deanery of New Zealand (Antiochian)| * Antiochian Orthodox Parish of St George. [[Rector]]: Rev. Fr George Bosauder. Language: Arabic and English.
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  • ...name Anthony by Fr. Athanasius and placed under the spiritual guidance of Fr. Moses. ...a in his [[diocese]] to establish the skete. After Fr. Moses accepted, he, Fr. Anthony, and the monks Hilarion and Sabbatius left the forest on [[June 3]
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  • ...June 2]], 1913, he was [[ordination|ordained]] and became a [[hieromonk]]. Fr. Hilarion was then raised to the rank of [[archimandrite]] a month later on ...d burial services in which Metr. Seraphim and Abp. Alexei (Simansky), Bps. Ambrose (Libin) of Luga, Sergius (Zenkevich) of Lodeinoe Polye, and three other bis
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  • ...[[Eusebius of Caesarea|Eusebius]] and in another in [[Ambrose of Milan|St. Ambrose]], and also in [[John Cassian]]. These passages have been critically examin [[fr:Complies]]
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  • ...hands. After crossing the Gobi Desert, they finally reached Beijing, where Fr. Jonah was received into the [[Russian Orthodox Mission in China|Ecclesiast ...e [[epitrachelion]] and [[epimanikia|cuffs]] which had belonged to Elder [[Ambrose of Optina]] and began, loudly and with prostrations, to read the canon for
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  • [[Image:Amvrosiy.jpg|thumb|200px|Saint Ambrose of Optina]] Our venerable father '''Ambrose of Optina''' (Russian: преподобный Амвросий Оптинс
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