Metropolitan Mar Yulios Meets OCP Delegate Seraphima in Dallas: Helps Boost Ties

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on June 1, 2016

in Featured News, News, OCP Society News

Mar Yulios, Seraphima

Liju Cherian -OCP News Service- June 2016

DALLAS, Texas: Ahmedabad Diocese Metropolitan His Grace Pulikkottil Dr Geevarghese Mar Yulios met with Ms Seraphima Iliay Ioanna Shagoury, (OCP delegate and Executive Coordinator of its Foundation in North America). The Metropolitan and the OCP delegate and held talks on a number of issues.

Dr Mar Yulios is presently on a visit to the United States until the first week of July 2016.

Ms Shagoury currently resides in Irving, Texas, and her current studies and projects include Coptic Language, Coptic Chant, and the promotion of united Orthodox Witness between the Eastern Orthodox Churches and Coptic Orthodox Church in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. She has charted and executed ecclesiastical patterns for fillet crochet during the past 25 years, and maintains an interest in both early 20th Century styles of popular music and needlework.

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Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE Society (OCP)
is a society for the promotion of Orthodox Christian unity and faith established under the Travancore-Cochin Literary, Scientific and Charitable Societies Registration Act of 1955.

OCP accords equal importance to Eastern and Oriental Orthodox Churches; according to its mission statement, it “firmly believes that both the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Oriental Orthodox Churches are the true heirs to the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church of Christ, which was the Church of the apostles and the Holy Fathers” and “Let us unite together, let us pray together and let us act together for the Unity of Orthodoxy.”The society’s slogan is “The United Orthodox Christian Witness”.

Source:
OCP News Service

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