The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox in Gothenburg welcomes its new parish priest

29 September 2016
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By the grace of God and the blessings of His All Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, His Eminence Metropolitan Cleopas of Sweden and All Scandinavia made his fourth archpastoral visit to the city of Gothenburg on Sunday, September 18,to fulfill his pledge to appoint a full-time parish priest at the Holy Trinity Church in Gothenburg – the second largest parish in the Holy Metropolis of Sweden. Introducing the new priest, Rev.
Presbyter Petros Moralis, to his congregation, Metropolitan Cleopas noted that he is a young, hardworking, and dynamic clergyman who is now being called to serve in his new pastoral duties with unrivaled enthusiasm and self-sacrifice, responding to the demands and challenges of the present day. Rev. Moralis previously served in the Holy Metropolis of Kilkis and is a graduate of the Ecclesiastical Academy of Thessaloniki. His record of pastoral service includes the construction of two churches, the formation of an ecclesiastical museum in the Holy Metropolis of Kilkis, and the complete renovation of two more churches.

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