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Enthronement of Metropolitan Joseph of the Antiochian Archdiocese

Patriarch John with Metropolitan Joseph

Patriarch John with Metropolitan Joseph

Source: Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America

It is with great pleasure that we announce that the events related to the Enthronement of His Eminence Metropolitan Joseph will take place during the weekend of December 5 through 7, 2014, at St. Nicholas Cathedral in Brooklyn, New York. The actual enthronement will take place in conjunction with Vespers on Saturday, December 6.

We will be greatly blessed by the presence of His Beatitude John X, Patriarch of Antioch and All the East, who will preside during this weekend.

The following is the public schedule for the weekend:

Friday, December 5th
6:30pm  Great Vespers with Artoklasia for the Feast of St. Nicholas

Saturday, December 6th
9:00am Orthros
10:00am Divine Liturgy for the Feast of St. Nicholas, Patron Saint of the Mother Cathedral
4:30pm Great Vespers and Enthronement of Metropolitan Joseph
7:00pm Reception at the Brooklyn Marriott
8:00pm Gala Banquet at the Brooklyn Marriott

Sunday, December 7th
9:15am Orthros
10:30am Patriarchal Divine Liturgy

Banquet tickets are $200 per guest and can be obtained by mailing a check made out to “St. Nicholas Cathedral” to the following address:

Attn: Banquet Committee
St. Nicholas Antiochian Orthodox Cathedral
355 State Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Please clearly print the names of those attending as well as a phone number and email address if possible so we can acknowledge your reservation. You may also purchase banquet tickets with a Visa or MasterCard on the Cathedral website here. Be sure to note in the memo section the same information above. Please note that this is for banquet tickets only and not for journal ads. Deadline for banquet reservations is November 21, 2014.

Hotel information is available here.


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