Our Church

 

Saint George Orthodox Cathedral is a pan-Orthodox, English-speaking community under the spiritual protection of Archbishop Nathaniel (Popp), Archbishop of Detroit and The Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of America.

Our community follows the ancient tradition of the Orthodox Church, the original church that was born in Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost. In the Holy Spirit and through our Lord Jesus Christ, we try to continue “steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread and in prayers” (Acts 2:42), being “led by the Spirit of God” to be “sons of God” (Romans 8:14).

Our Priest

 

Father Emmanuel Cristian Frunzulica is a graduate of Radu Voda Theological Seminary in Bucharest Romania and of the Faculty of Theology in Sibiu, having a Bachelor Degree in Theology.

 

He was ordained at our church into the Holy Priesthood on April 19 2015 by our Most Reverend Archbishop Nathaniel Popp and he has been serving as our priest ever since.

Our Patron Saint

Our Patron Saint is Saint George the Great Martyr, a Cappadocian Saint who was killed because of his Christian faith in fourth century.

Saint George's Feast Day and Commemoration is April 23.

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Our Episcopate

 

Saint George Orthodox Cathedral is a part of the Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of America, one of the three ethnic dioceses of the Orthodox Church of America. 

We are under the spiritual protection of His Eminence Archbishop Nathaniel (Popp). 

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Our History

 

Our community in Regina was started in the early 1900's by newcomers from Romania and the Ukraine. 

Our parish community continues to thrive to this very day and as we worship and struggle with faithful believers and enquirers from all ethnic backgrounds