U.S. Greek Orthodox Church

GUESTS: Archbishop Spyridon Leader of the US Greek Orthodox Church The Eastern Orthodox Church in the US is traditionally a place of worship for Russians, Greeks and other immigrants. But in recent years, Orthodoxy has found a surge of converts among Protestant Americans. What are these new worshippers seeking? The head of the US Greek Orthodox Church, Archbishop Spyridon, joins Ray Suarez to discuss Orthodox Christianity worldwide and how new church attendees might affect the so-called unity of the faith ... on the next Talk of the Nation, from NPR News.



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