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His Holiness Patriarch Antonios I, 3rd Patriarch of the Eritrean Orthodox Church

March 4, 2004 - Present

(under house arrest since 2006 due to his faith and strong conviction. Pray for him) 

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ህሉው ኩነታት ፓትርያርክ እንጦንዮስ - current situation of HH Antonios

His Holiness Patriarch Yacob I, 2nd Patriarch of the Eritrean Orthodox Church

December 4, 2002 - November 2002.

His Holiness passed away of natural death in Asmara, Eritrea.

His Holiness Patriarch Philipos I, 1st Patriarch of the Eritrean Orthodox Church

May 8, 1998 - September 18, 2002.

His Holiness passed away of natural death in Asmara, Eritrea, at the age of 101.


Read more about the Eritrean Orthodox Church

By year 333 C.E., Orthodox churches were built and the Gospel was heard in Eritrea. The Orthodox Church grew tremendously in the high lands of Eritrea and the Good news spread very fast to other parts of Eritrea as well as in the neighboring country, Ethiopia. Soon Christianity was adopted by King Ezana as the official religion of the Kingdom of Axum, which was ruling Eritrea and, Tigray, northern part of Ethiopia.

Eritrea, located along the southwest coast of the Red Sea, was the site of the ancient Christian Kingdom of Axum . Eritrea has been attracted and notable for its architecture, hacing a written culture and maintaining a flourishing trade not only with the Axumite kingdom but also with the Middle East and the Far East as well. For hundreds of years, Eritrea was in control of a large area extending into the Arabian Peninsula across the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden was particularly important.

On the early morning of Sunday, H.H the Pope went to the Virgin's Cathedral in Asmara, H.H and the accompanying delegate arrived there at 8 AM, and after reading a chapter of "Acts of the Apostles", praying the prayer of Thanksgiving and offering the incense around the Altar, the Enthronement Ceremony of the New Patriarch then started.

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