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« on: August 20, 2011, 05:13:03 AM »

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An interview with Bishop Ambrose (Cubas) of Recife, an auxiliary bishop of the Diocese of Rio de Janeiro and Olinda-Recife of the Polish Autocephalous Orthodox Church.
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« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2011, 05:36:10 AM »

Thats a huge country and he has a mega job to do. There must be other Orthodox churches already there uh?? But also, thats what made me look at Orthodoxy is because one Orthodox person on a all Protestant site was different to all the others. He was never rude and he didn't get into the dumb fights on there. He just posted seperate threads about Orthodoxy for people to read and also he got into debates when he had something usefull to say but thas all. Hes amazing when hes back is in a corner haha.... he could slice up opposition without even breaking a sweat but he was never personal with ppl and that stuck out.

Then i went to the Greek church twice and it was different to the Baptist church and Pentecostal churches i went to ONCE, i could only stand to go there once haha....it was scary and not much knocks me sideways but that did all the people was like smiling robots.

Anyway, i hope the church grows strong there. Maybe they need a fundraiser to get them some funds like a professional person who can fund raise like charities have. Can the Orthodox church become a charity?? I know a couple of churches local are charities as well as churches.
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« Reply #2 on: August 20, 2011, 05:37:48 AM »

Thats a huge country and he has a mega job to do. There must be other Orthodox churches already there uh??

There are also some Greek, Antiochian, Russian, Ukrainian and Serbian Churches but not many.

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Anyway, i hope the church grows strong there. Maybe they need a fundraiser to get them some funds like a professional person who can fund raise like charities have. Can the Orthodox church become a charity?? I know a couple of churches local are charities as well as churches.

It depends on their legal situation. I don't know.
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« Reply #3 on: August 20, 2011, 07:03:09 AM »

He said that they had severed communion with the orthodox church in Portugal. Can anybody tell me who they are? I have never heard about them before.
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Former semi-autonomous Metropolitanate within the Polish Orthodox Church.
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« Reply #5 on: August 20, 2011, 07:34:49 AM »

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« Reply #6 on: August 21, 2011, 09:47:24 AM »

by our very own Michal Kalina. Smiley

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An interview with Bishop Ambrose (Cubas) of Recife, an auxiliary bishop of the Diocese of Rio de Janeiro and Olinda-Recife of the Polish Autocephalous Orthodox Church.

How is the current situation of the Church in Brazil?
The diocese has about 1,200 baptized believers, but many of them alienated to the church after problems with the Church in Portugal [the Polish Autocephalous Orthodox Church in 2000 severed connection with the underlying Orthodox Church in Portugal because of the theological and financial irregularities - editor. ed]. We have seven parishes and two monasteries. Two bishops, 11 priests, a monk, two nuns, two subdeacons and a novice serve within the diocese.


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« Reply #8 on: August 22, 2011, 08:56:53 AM »

I had not seen it, sorry.
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« Reply #9 on: August 22, 2011, 09:35:28 AM »

The canonical situation of the Orthodox Church in Brazil is thus:

Patriarchate of Constantinople
Patriarch Bartholomew I

The Greek and Ukrainian churches in Brazil, are affiliated to the Patriarchate of Constantinople.

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of South America
Metropolitan Bishop Tarasio
Based in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Ukrainian Orthodox Eparchy of South America
Archbishop Jeremiah
Based in Curitiba, Parana

Patriarchate of Antioch
Patriarch Ignatius IV

Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of São Paulo and Brazil
Metropolitan Bishop Damaskinos
Based in Sao Paulo, SP

Patriarchal Vicariate of Antioch of Rio de Janeiro
Responsible: Archimandrite Ignatius
Based in Rio de Janeiro, RJ
(The Patriarchal Vicariate is a parish directly linked to the Patriarch.)

Moscow Patriarchate
Patriarch Cyril

Russian Orthodox Diocese of South America
Bishop Plato
Based in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia
Metropolitan Hilarion

The Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia is in full communion with the Moscow Patriarchate. Unfortunately it had parishes in Brazil which went into schism in 2007 for being against this reunion. So until they return, or new parishes are created, we have no representations of this Church in Brazil.

Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia in South America
Bishop John
Based in Buenos Aires, Argentina


The Serbian and Polish missions (below) are characterized by being predominantly missionary groups, ie, intend to see the church expand in Brazil until we have a Russian Orthodoxy as we have Brazilian, Arabic, Greek and Ukrainian.

Patriarchate of Serbia
Patriarch Irenaeus

Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Eastern U.S.
Bishop Mitrófam
Based in Pennsylvania, USA

Serbian Orthodox Mission in Brazil
Responsible Father Alexis
Based in Recife, Pernambuco
http://www.igrejaservia.org/

Orthodox Church of Poland
Metropolitan Sava I

Polish Orthodox Archdiocese of Brazil

Polish Mission in Brazil
Archbishop Chrysostomos
Based in Rio de Janeiro, RJ
http://ortodoxia-brasil.blogspot.com/

The jurisdictions with Bishops resident in Brazil are the Ukrainians, Antiochians and the Polish.

Greek, Antiochian, Ukrainian and Russian jurisdictions are mostly "maintainance" churches, trying to serve mostly their communities. They are open for Brazilians, but with no outreach for converts. Of these, the one that is better off financialy is the Antiochian Church, due to its wealthy community in São Paulo. The Greeks are going through a very serious crises with empty parishes and some have stated fear that some parishes won't survive this generation. Russians keep a low profile with small but beautiful churches with good attendance and so do the Ukrainians who have the advantage of having a  bishop in Brazil

There are no monasteries in Brazil, besides three that are attended by one or two monks at best. They are more like seeds of monasteries.

The Polish and Serbian Churches are 100% missionary. They were one group of Brazilian converts that originally joined a non-canonical group in Portugal. This group, then, sought canonicity with the Polish Church, but after the original bishop died, his successors got involved in various financial scandals and was expelled. Part stayed in the Polish Church and the other part moved to the Serbian Church. Too bad the group split, but on the other hand, we have two missionary fronts now.

We have an image problem since due to excess of economy, Brazilian society sees the Orthodox Church as the "church that marries the divorced". Basically, specially in São Paulo, there is a "common sense" view that if your Roman bishop won't let you get married again, then go to the Orthodox Church because they do it.

Another problem we have is the lack of emphasys in the differences between Orthodoxy and the Roman Church. Many people perform double marriages and double baptisms with a policy of "don't ask, don't tell" from the hierarchy. Some priests are converts from Roman Catholicism and end up practicing syncretic offices and feasts. Because Brazil was underdeveloped for so long and didn't have much contact with the rest of the world, a "tradition" grew that you really don't need any education to be a priest. It's not unusual that someone is ordained just because there is no one else who wants to be a priest and no priest in the "motherlands" wants to come to an exotic faraway land with no pay. Which is another problem: with the exception of the Antiochians, most priests get no salaries and must have secular jobs, thus not being able to full dedication.

On the plus side, the missionary communities are well educated in Orthodoxy, know well the differences, while keeping the typical Brazilian "easy-going" attitude with other faiths. Brazilian Orthodoxy tends to a more tender informal relation with God than the almost militaristic chants of typical Russian or Ukrainian liturgies, Bishops and priests are very accessible people and one sees that what exists is true respect from every part. The first time I went to Polish cathedral, it was a rainy afternoon in Copacabana and the bishop invited me to have some hot Brazilian coffee while he explained to me the turbulent story of the community and I had not even asked. He did it just out of the sense of being honest and correct. Also, I'm often in contact with the priests of the Serbian Church who are equally warm and welcoming. In fact, I owe them a visit in the sunny city of Recife.

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« Reply #10 on: August 22, 2011, 10:10:44 AM »

If anyone feels like helping, giving support or giving donations, here is a directory with the 57 Orthodox parishes in Brazil. Just remember the country code is +55 and the number in parentheses is the state code. Again, the Polish and Serbian churches are the ones that are doing actual missionary work, so I would recommend any support to be prioritized to them.

Brazil

In Bold, you will find "State Name(City Name)"

Federal District(Brasília)

Anitochian Orthodox Parish São Jorge (1995)
Priest: Pe. Juan Rustom
SHI / Sul Q1 - 9 lote P - Brasília / DF
CEP: 71625-009
Tel.: (61) 3248-2828 Fax: 3364-5251

Anunciação à Mãe de Deus Parish (Greek)
S.G.A.N.Q. 910, Módulo B
CEP 70790-100
Brasília - DF (Brasil)
(61) 3380-2823 | 3274-0922
Fax: 3447-9059
Pe. Emanuel Sofulis
comunidadegrega@terra.com.br

Espírito Santo (Vitória)

São Jorge Church (Greek)
Rua da Grécia, 267
CEP: 29045-225 - Praia do Canto
Vitória - ES (Brasil)
(21) 2542-8276
Pe. Demetrio Nicolaidis
pedimitrios@yahoo.com.br


Goiás (Anápolis)

Igreja Ortodoxa Antioquina São Jorge
Pároco: Pe. Firas Bistati
R. Engenheiro Portela, 651
CEP: 75024-100 - Anápolis / GO
Tel.: (62) 3324-0953

Goiás (Goiânia)

São Nicolau Antiochian Orthodox Church(1956)
Pároco: Pe. Rafael Javier Magul
Av. A, 195 - Setor Oeste
CEP: 74110-020 - Goiânia / GO
Tel.: (62) 3223-4657


Minas Gerais (Belo Horizonte)

São Jorge Antiochian Orthodox Church (1938)
Av. Olegário Maciel, 321 - B Preto/ Lourdes
CEP: 30180-110 - Belo Horizonte /MG
Tel.: Sede do Arcebispado

Minas Gerais (Guaxupé)

Santo Elias Profeta Antiochian Orthodox Church(1927)
Pe. José Homsi
R. Nossa Senhora Aparecida, 227 - Centro
CEP: 37800-000 - Guaxupé /MG
Tel.:(35) 3551-6818


Paraná (Curitiba)

São Jorge Antiochian Orthodox Church(1954)
Pároco: Pe. Jorge Rosá
R. Brigadeiro Franco, 375 - CEP: 80430-210 - Curitiba / PR
Tel.:(41) Fax 3336-8607 /Res 3336-4036
www.igrejasaojorge.com.br

São Savas Greek Orthodox Church
Rua Com. Lustoza de Andrade, 198
CEP: 80520-350 - Bom Retiro -
Curitiba - PR (Brasil)
(41) 3253-4062
Arcipreste Panaguiotis Meintanis
panaghiotismeintanis@yahoo.com.br

São Demétrio Cathedral (Ukrainian)
Av Cândido Hartmann, 1278 / 1310 - Bigorrilho
Curitiba - PR.
CEP 80710-570
Fone: (41) 3336-4573, 3335-5142.

São Miguel Arcanjo Parish (Ukrainian)
Rua Paraíba, 2969 - Vila Guaíra.
Curitiba - PR.
CEP 80630-000
Fone: (41) 3329-4652 - Celular: (41) 9119-3423

Paraná (Apucarana)

Espírito Santo Parish (Ukrainian)
End. Colônia Nova Ucrânia
Apucarana - PR
Fone: (43) 423-7974

Proteção da Santíssima Mãe de Deus Parish (Ukrainian)
Rua Horeslau Saviski, 343
Apucarana - PR
CEP 86.802-320
Fone: (43) 423-7974

Paraná (Irati)

Santos Apóstolos Pedro e Paulo Parish (Ukrainian)
End. Colônia Gonçalves Júnior.
CEP 84500-000 Irati - PR
Fone: (42)524-3013

Paraná (Joaquim Távora)

São Nicolau Parish (Ukrainian)
End. Colônia São Miguel
Joaquim Távora - PR
Fone: (41) 262-4094

Paraná (Palmital)

Paróquia São Miguel Arcanjo (Ukrainian)
Vila Burei
Palmital - PR
Fone: (41) 329-4652 - Celular: (41) 9119-3423

Paraná (Ponta Grossa)

São Jorge Protetor Parish (Ukrainian)
Rua. Rodrigo Otávio, 1248 - Uvaranas
Ponta Grossa - PR
CEP 84.010-010
Fone: (41) 262-4094

Paraná (União da Vitória)

Paróquia São João Batista (Ukrainian)
End. Vila Zulmira
União da Vitória - PR
CEP 84600-000
Fone: (42) 524-3013

Paraíba (João Pessoa)

Santa Catarina, a Grande Parish (Polish)
Planalto do Conde - João Pessoa - Paraíba
Arquimandrita Jerônimo
arq.jeronimo@hotmail.com

São Nicolau Orthodox Monastery (Polish)
João Pessoa - Conde - Paraíba
Arquimandrita Jerônimo
Caixa Postal 142 - Agência Central
CEP: 58001-970 - João Pessoa - Paraíba
Telefone: (83) 3234.0617
Email: arq.jeronimo@hotmail.com

Paraíba (Pipiri)
Apóstolos Pedro e Paulo Mission (Polish)
Pipiri - Guarabira - Paraíba
Arquimandrita Jerônimo
arq.jeronimo@hotmail.com


Pernambuco (Recife)

São Pedro Apóstolo Antiochian Orthodox Church
Pároco: Pe. Aloísio Guerra
R. Visconde de Goiana, 333 - Boa Vista
CEP: 50070-340 - Recife / PE
Tel.: (81) 3223-7141/ 8854-4171

Dormição da Mãe de Deus Parish (Serbian)
Endereço: Rua do Sossego, nº 253
Interfone 01 Bairro da Boa Vista - Recife
Reitor : Arcipreste Alexis Peña-Alfaro
pe.alexis@uol.com.br

Pernambuco (Abreu e Lima)

Santíssima Trindade Cathedral (Polish)
Caetés I - Abreu e Lima - Pernambuco
S. Exa. Revma Bispo Ambrósio
ezequielacubas@yahoo.com.br

Pernambuco (Belo Jardim)

Santo Antônio, o Grande Parish (Serbian)
Endereço: Rua Silvestre Pacheco Lins, s/n
Associação Comunitária - Santo Antônio - Belo Jardim(PE)
Reitor: Arcipreste Alexis Peña-Alfaro
pe.alexis@uol.com.br

Pernambuco (Camaragibe)
Santíssima Trindade Parish (Serbian)
Endereço: Estrada de Aldeia, km 5,8 - Camaragibe(PE)
Reitor: Arcipreste Rafael de Queiroz Santos
Co-Adjutor: Pe. Elias Cavalcanti Lima

Pernambuco (Caruaru)

São João Crisóstomo Mission (Serbian)
Endereço: Rua Tancredo Neves, nº 02 Bairro Jardim Panorama
Pároco: Arcipreste Alexis Peña-Alfaro
pe.alexis@uol.com.br
Contact Jário Carlos Jr Tel. (81)9131.6140.
jariocarlos@hotmail.com


Rio Grande do Sul (Porto Alegre)
São Sérgio de Radonéz Russian Parish
Av. Emílio Lúcio Esteves, 215
Santa Maria Goretti
91030-290 Porto Alegre - RS
Fone: (51) 3341-3847

Santos Apóstolos Church (Greek)
Rua Monteiro Lobato, 312
CEP: 90620-270 - Partenon
Porto Alegre - RS (Brasil)
Arcipreste Panaguiotis Meintanis
panaghiotismeintanis@yahoo.com.br

Rio Grande do Sul (Campina das Missões)

Apóstolo São João Evangelista Russian Parish
Linha Paca Sul
98975-000 Campina das Missões – RS
Fone:(55) 9988-8170

Rio Grande do Sul (Canoas)
Santíssima Trindade Parish
Av. Protásio Alves, 454 - Niterói
Canoas - RS
CEP 92.120-160
Fone: (51) 464-3366

Rio Grande do Sul (Santa Rosa)
São Pedro e São Paulo Russian Parish
Rua Rui Barbosa, 175
98900-000 Santa Rosa – RS
Fone: (51) 3341-3847/3512 6657

Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro)

Orthodox Cathedral of the São Nicolau Antiochian Patriarcal Vichariate of Rio de Janeiro
Av. Gomes Freire, 569, Lapa.
Tel: (21)2509-3894/25089999
Clero: Arquimandrita Ignatio e Arcipreste Marcelo.

Santíssima Virgem Maria Cathedral (Polish)
Rua Saint Roman 226
Copacabana - Rio de Janeiro - RJ
S. Exa. Revma Arcebispo Chrisóstomo
ortodoxia1@gmail.com
Revmo. Arcipreste Bento
arciprestebento@gmail.com
Rev. Presbítero Marcos
padremarcos@gmail.com
Rev. Presbítero Levi
botner@centroin.com.br

São João Apóstolo Russian Parish
Rua Sobragi, 341 - Tauá - Ilha do Governador
Rio de Janeiro - RJ
Fone:(21) 2462-4816 / 3367-3056
http://www.fosja.com.br

Paróquia Russa Stª Zinaida
Rua Monte Alegre, 210 - Santa Tereza
Rio de Janeiro - RJ
Fone:(21) 2252-1471
http://www.rioru.com

Santo André Church (Greek)
Rua Darke de Matos
CEP: 21051-470 - Higienópolis
Rio de Janeiro - RJ (Brasil)
(21) 2590-3735 | 2542-8276
Pe. Demetrio Nicolaidis
pedimitrios@yahoo.com.br

Rio de Janeiro (Cordeiro)

São João, o Precursor Parish (Polish)
Cordeiro – Rio de Janeiro
Revmo. Arcipreste Bento
arciprestebento@gmail.com
Rev. Diácono João

Rio de Janeiro (Maricá)

São Jorge, o Vitorioso Parish (Polish)
Maricá – Rio de Janeiro
Revmo. Arcipreste Basílio
padrebasilio@gmail.com

Rio de Janeiro (Penedo, Itatiaia)

Dormição da Santa Mãe de Deus Orthodox Monastery
Penedo, Itatiaia - Rio de Janeiro
m. Gabriela
Rua Harry Bertell, s/nº - Penedo, Itatiaia
Rio de Janeiro – CEP: 27530-970
Telefone: (24) 3351.1836
Email: klasztorpenedo@br.inter.net

Santa Catarina (Florianópolis)

São Nicolau Church (Greek)
Rua Tenente Silveira, 494
CEP: 88010-301 - Centro
Florianópolis - SC (Brasil)
(48) 3225-5233
Arquimandrita Ângelos Kontaxis
diaconopedro@terra.com.br

Santa Catarina (São José)
São João, o Teólogo Parish (Greek)
Rua Francisco Ignácio do Nascimento, 470, Forquilhas
CEP 88107-500 -
São José - SC (Brasil)
(48) 3357-2334
Pe. Andre Sperandio e
Pe. Pavlos Tamanini
ecclesia@ecclesia.com.br

Santa Catarina (Papanduva)
São Valdomiro Magno Parish (Ukrainian)
Rua Jorge Lacerda s/n - Bairro Rondinha
Papanduva - SC
CEP 89.370-000
Fone: (47) 653-1725

Santa Catarina (Porto União)

Espírito Santo Parish
End. Jangada do Sul
Porto União - SC
Fone: (42) 524-3013


São Paulo (São Paulo)

Anunciação à Nossa Senhora Antiochian Orthodox Church
Padre Ibrahim Mansour
R. Cavalheiro Basílio Jafet, 115 - Centro
CEP: 01022-020 - São Paulo / SP

São Pedro Church (Greek)
Rua Bresser, 793
CEP: 03017-000 - Brás -
São Paulo - SP (Brasil)
(11) 6693-4944
Pe. Demetrio Papadimitriou
cogrega@terra.com.br

Dormição da Theotokos Church(grega)
Rua Albuquerque Maranhão, 211
CEP 01549-020 - Cambucí
SÃO PAULO - SP (Brasil)
(11) 3399-0346 |
(11) 8289-1272
Pe. Basílio Santos de Lima
padrebasilio@yahoo.com.br

São Paulo (Bariri)
São Jorge Antiochian Orthodox Church (1933)
Rua João Lemos, 687
CEP: 17250-000 - Bariri / SP
Tel.: Sede do Arcebispado

São Paulo (Embu-Guaçú)

Sagrada Família Antiochian Orthodox Church (1998)
Pároco: Pe. Manoel Domingues Rodrigues
Estrada de Embu-Guaçú , 112 – Jardim Valflor
CEP: 06900-000 – Embu-Guaçú /SP
Tel.: (11) 4661-1608

São Paulo (Ituverava)

Anunciação à Nossa Senhora Antiochian Orthodox Church(1925)
Arquimandrita Marcos Cury
Rua Ademar de Barros, 50 – Centro
CEP: 14500-000 – Ituverava / SP
Tel.: Sede do Arcebispado

São Paulo (Lins)

Nossa Senhora de Lins Antiochian Orthodox Church
R. Campos Sales, 980
CEP: 16400-000 - Lins / SP
Tel.: The Cathedral in São Paulo

São Paulo (Osasco)

Proteção da Santíssima Virgem Parish
Rua Thomaz Spitaeleti, 18 - Centro.
Osasco - SP
CEP 06010-140
Fone: (11) 3699-1873 / (11) 6455-9339.

São Paulo (Santos)
São Jorge Antiochian Orthodox Parish (1957)
Pároco: Pe. José Valério Lopes dos Santos
Av. Ana Costa, 323 - Gonzaga
CEP: 11060-001 - Santos / SP
Tel.: (13) 3233-4176

São Paulo (Santo Amaro)

Santo Antoun Parish- "A Mão Branca" Elderly House(1962)
Arquimandrita Dimitrios Attarian
Av. Santo Amaro 6487 - Santo Amaro
CEP 04701-100 - São Paulo / SP
Tel.: (11) 5522-4650/ 5687-9366/ 5687-5059

São Paulo (São Caetano do Sul)

São Valdomiro Magno Parish (Ukrainian)
Rua dos Ucranianos, 3.
São Caetano do Sul - SP
CEP 09550-180
Fone: (11) 4229-8285

São Paulo (São José do Rio Preto)

São Jorge Antiochian Orthodox Church(1936)
Pároco: Pe. Nicolau Ferzoli
R. Marechal Deodoro, 2827 - Centro
CEP: 15010-400
São José do Rio Preto-SP
Tel.: (17) 3925-2216 Fax: 3221-5043

São Paulo (Tatuapé)

São Jorge Parish- Lar Sírio Pró-Infância (Syrian Home Pro-Childhood)  (1937)
Arquimandrita Dimitrios Attarian
R. Serra de Bragança, 1086 - Tatuapé
CEP: 03318-000 - São Paulo / SP
Tel.: (11) 2296-3435 / 2296-1976 / 6192-4811
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« Reply #11 on: August 23, 2011, 02:02:46 AM »

I would also like to mention that our church is directly working with H.E. Met. Tarasios in Buenos Aires (EP)  so if you don't feel comfortable sending money across the oceans you can make tax deductible donations to our church & just earmark them for South America! 

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