Monday, October 31, 2016

Consecration of the New Bishop Vladyka JOHN

A Joyous Sharing: ROCA: Consecration of the New Bishop Vladyka JOHN, Bishop of the God Saved City of Melbourne, Australia

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Dan Everiss

Sun, Oct 30, 2016 at 10:09 AM

AXIOS!  AXIOS!  AXIOS! to the new Bishop JOHN, of Melbourne, Australia

And may Christ Our God grant him much wisdom and humility and much strength for his episcopacy!


"In Thee, O Lord, have we hoped, let us not then be put to shame, in the Age to Come!"

ROCA: Consecration of Bishop John (PHOTO)
Автор: Митрополит Агафангел вкл. Author: Metropolitan Agafangel incl. . . Опубликовано в РПЦЗ (Просмотров: 24) Published in the ROCA (Views: 24)

Согласно Постановлению Архиерейского Собора, 30 октября, за воскресной Божественной Литургией, Митрополит Агафангел и Архиепископ Георгий рукоположили игумена Иоанна (Шмельц) в сан епископа.

 According to the Decree of the Council of Bishops, of 30 October, at the Sunday Divine Liturgy, in St. Michael the Archangel Church in Odessa, Ukraine, Metropolitan Agafangel and Archbishop George, together  consecrated  Abbot John (Schmelz) a bishop.

Перед хиротонией, после часов, совершен чин исповедания веры игумена Иоанна, в ходе которого он принес Присягу на верность и послушание Архиерейскому Синоду РПЦЗ.

Before  the consecration,  after the Hours, there was  performed the Rite of  the Confession of Faith of Abbot John, during which he took the Oath of Loyalty and Obedience to the Synod of the Bishops of the ROCOR.

Епископ Мельбурнский Иоанн будет викарием Председателя Синода РПЦЗ Митрополита Агафангела

 Vladyka Bishop John of Melbourne, will be the vicar of  the Chairman of the ROCOR Synod,  of Metropolitan Agafangel.

На входе с Евангелием Митрополит Агафангел возвёл диакона Михаила Торба в сан протодиакона. At the entrance to the Gospel Metropolitan Agafangel he erected Deacon Michael Torba in protodeacon.

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