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For Immediate Release

On December 14, the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago made the following statement:

“We are overjoyed by the news that an anonymous party has stepped forward

with an offer allowing Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church of Chicago to forego

today’s scheduled property auction. We are hopeful that this new development will

help pave the way for a brighter future for the Holy Trinity community. As this

process unfolds, we call on the faithful to remain prayerful and grateful to the Lord

for His abundant mercy.”

About the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago

Tracing its roots back to 1923, the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago is the diocese of Greek Orthodox faithful in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, as well as northern Indiana and southeastern Missouri and consists of 58 parishes and two monastic communities. The Metropolis is one of nine regions in the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and is presided over by His Eminence Metropolitan Nathanael. The general offices of the Metropolis are temporarily located in Elk Grove Village, Illinois. For more information, visit To sign up for news from the Metropolis, visit

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