‘Hi Tech Archbishop’ Mor Titus Yeldho of the Universal Syriac Orthodox Church tests the new Google Glass

by OCP on June 12, 2014

in Featured News, News

 

Archbishop Titus with his new Google Glass

Archbishop Titus with his new Google Glass

Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch and All East
Malankara Archdiocese of the Syriac Orthodox Church in North America
OCP News Service – 12/6/14

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USA: The Hi Tech Archbishop Mor Titus Yeldho of the Universal Syriac Orthodox Church has tried his new Google Glass. Mor Titus Yeldho is the Archbishop of the Malankara Archdiocese of the Syriac Orthodox Church in North America. His Eminence tried the new Google glass to learn its new features.

As per the Archbishop, he has given a try to experience the new advanced technology developed by Google. The technology is good but user needs to get used to the same. The Archbishop also commented that it is good for some specific uses and is very helpful. it allows your hands free, and look straight, instead of looking down to the cell phone.

Probably Archbishop Mor Titus might be the first Orthodox Prelate to use Google Glass and to pose for a good pic wearing the same. The Pic was also posted in his facebook profile.

Archbishop Titus is the only prelate from Malankara Syriac Orthodox Church in India to receive five ordinations (Sub-deacon, Full Deacon, Ramban, Priest & Metropolitan) from the Supreme Head of our Church, the Patriarch His Holiness Moran Mor Ignatius Zakka I Iwas.

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