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. 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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