Re. REPLY NOS. 112, 113 & 114
Michael Dukakis is a Greek-American and Greek Orthodox. His father was a medical doctor in Boston and was provided no cost medical services to the students of Holy Cross Seminary in Brookline. His father made the acquaintance of Archbishop Iakovos, of blessed memory, when he was the presiding priest at the GOAA Boston Cathedral. Michael Dukakis was baptised and raised in the Orthodox Church. He married a Jewish women, Kitty. Due to this marriage, most thought he wasn't in good standing with the Orthodox Church, but during the '88 presidential campaign, Archbishop Iakovos stated that he was in good standing with the Church; by the exercise of Economy, it would seem.
The reference above to his having been an Episcopalian, may be due to confusing him with another Greek-American from Massachusetts, former Congressman Paul Tsongas, who also had sought the presidency. He had written in a memoir that although he was Greek Orthodox, while living in Washington D.C., his family found a spiritual home in the Episcopal Church.
Admitting to watching "Keeping up...," the Kardashian's make no reference to being members of an organized religion, and they tell quite a bit about their personal feelings about matters. They allude to their Armenian nationality and culture, somewhat, usually in the context of discussions about their father. At a wedding for Kloe, the "service " was secular; there was a little Armenian dancing at the reception.