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Archbishop Elpidophoros at St. George Cathedral in Philadelphia (Photos)

PHILADELPHIA, PA – His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros of America presided over the Divine Liturgy at St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 256 South 8th Street in Philadelphia, on August 8.

A reception sponsored by the Parish Council and the Philoptochos Sisterhood of the Cathedral “Ai Myrophorai” followed the Divine Liturgy.

The community will be celebrating its centennial in 2022 and is creating a commemorative book titled Our First One Hundred Years at Saint George Greek Orthodox Cathedral to be published and exhibited at the Grand Banquet on October 15, 2022. Anyone with family who were members of the community at any point during the last 100 years may submit photos and a few paragraphs to be included in the book.

More information is available by phone: 215-627-4389 and online: https://www.saintgeorgecathedral.org.


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