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Bishop Bartholomew of Charioupolis attends service for the commencement of the Tasmanian Parliament

This morning His Grace Bishop Bartholomew of Charioupolis, the Archiepiscopal Vicar of Canberra attended a service for the commencement of the Tasmanian Parliament at the Anglican Cathedral of St David’s in Hobart.

A great honour for the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese as it was the first time that an Orthodox Bishop was invited to attend and partake in the service.

In attendance was the Premier of Tasmania,  the Honourable Jeremy Rockliff, the Speaker of the House Assembly, the Honourable Mark Shelton as well as other members of the Tasmanian Parliament.

Accompanying His Grace was Reverend Dimitrios Katsis,  Parish Priest of the church of Holy Trinity, Hobart.

After the service His Grace conveyed to the Premier the love and respect of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia and our Archbishop, His Eminence Makarios.