Systematic Corruption and Incompetence at the Archdiocese

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. (Photo by TNH/Costas Bej)

By Thomas Bletsas,

The election of Archimandrite Nathanael Symeonides to the hierarchy is very much welcome. By all accounts, he is a very humble, pious, and qualified gentleman and certainly “Axios.” Unfortunately, he standsin direct contrast to a majority of the hierarchy of the Greek Orthodox Church of America. That isn’t just my opinion; it is shared by a vast majority of the faithful and the Greek community at large who believe the hierarchy is a collection of ill-equipped, immoral, and …

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3 Comments

  1. Be careful, under Spyro’s charter revision, the churches belong to the Archdiocese.

  2. What good are empty dead churches anyway?

    And when the first hierarch starts wearing stripes in a jail cell for corruption, I think some attitudes will be quickly adjusted.

    The former chancellor of Chicago got a taste of this when a Wisconsin prosecutor threatened to charge him with witness tampering. The tip of the iceberg!

    Time for a good and thorough spring house cleaning!

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