Ok, this is going to sound strange so bear with me and hear me out, please. I've been wrestling with this for a while.
I love Greek Orthodoxy. I prefer its expression of Orthodox Christianity over the Slavic type (no offense). I'm a chanter and frankly the Greek customs just make more sense to me as far as my worship expression. However, that said, I am to the point where I can no longer abide the Revised Julian (i.e. Gregorian) calendar and the many liturgical innovations that seem to pervade the church. I'm tired of priests who want to get things done quickly, who skip over parts of the liturgy and who are more interested in committing themselves, the faithful and the churches to Greek festivals than Greek Orthodoxy.
I know that there are no Old Calendar Greek churches here in the USA save for non-canonical ones (no offense intended, Fr. Anastasios) it is important to me to remain in one of the canonical churches. As a side note, I truly hope that if another ecumenical council is called the issues which separate the canonical churches from the non-canonical ones will be resolved.
Recently, the Roman Catholic Church set up an Anglican Ordinariate to receive disaffected Anglicans upset with the Anglican communion's move towards clearly heterodox teachings and practices. The Anglican Ordinariate will allow these former Anglicans to retain a great number of their Anglican customs and traditions yet still be Roman Catholic. Is it possible that maybe one of the Russian Churches here in the USA (e.g. ROCOR, MP) would allow a Greek Ordinariate to allow those of us who want to retain the customs and practices of Greek Orthodoxy, preserving the language, the chant, the liturgy, and to follow the Julian (i.e. Old) Calendar? Has this ever been mentioned by anyone else? Or is this just a pipe dream?