Chrysostomos II (Greek: Χρυσόστομος Β΄) born Irodotos Dimitriou (Greek: Ηρόδοτος Δημητρίου) on 10 April 1941 is the incumbent Archbishop of Cyprus. He was born in Tala village, Paphos.
What happened Archbishop Makarios?
Makarios III died of a heart attack on 3 August 1977. He had been experiencing issues with his heart earlier that year.
Who brought Christianity to Cyprus?
Barnabas sacrificed his life for his faith: he was captured in Salamis, and then burnt at the stake by a Jewish mob. Roman Proconsul Quintus Sergius Paulus became the first important Roman official who converted to Christianity, and Cyprus became the first Roman province which adopted Christianity.
Who was the first bishop of Cyprus?
The Church of Cyprus was created by St. Barnabas in 45 AD. The see of Cyprus was declared autocephalous by the Council of Ephesus, on 30 July 431; its autocephaly was abolished in 1260, and was restored in 1571. As the head of the Church of Cyprus, the holder is styled Archbishop of Nova Justiniana and All Cyprus.
What is archbishop in Catholic Church?
archbishop, in the Christian church, a bishop who, in addition to his ordinary episcopal authority in his own diocese, usually has jurisdiction (but no superiority of order) over the other bishops of a province.
What religion is Cyprus?
Christians make up 78% of the total Cypriot population. Christianity includes the Greek Orthodox Church of Cyprus, the Armenian Church in Cyprus, Maronite, Roman Catholicism, and Protestants. Most Greek Cypriots are members of the Autocephalous Greek Orthodox Church of Cyprus (Church of Cyprus).
What are Greek Orthodox practices?
Important sacramental moments in the Orthodox tradition continue to act as significant timestamps in people’s lives, such as baptism, chrismation, confession and holy communion. Matrimony (marriage), holy orders (ordination) and unction (anointment of the sick) are also important practices.