Church Head of Cyprus Church reposes


The head of Cyprus' dominant Orthodox Church, Archbishop Chrysostomos II, died on Monday, his doctors said. He was 81.

A forceful character who faced down pro-Russian elements in one of the world's oldest churches, Chrysostomos was among Orthodox leaders to recognise the Ukrainian Church's independence after it broke from Moscow in 2020.
I like the sound of "Archbishop Neophytos".

Eusebius Erasmus

He was a businessman and a politician first, and a little bit of a priest. I've been watching his actions over the years and none of what he did resembled a proper Christian.
His actions were likely bad, but nevertheless he is dead now, and undergoing the toll houses methinks.
We should pray for him.