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Archbishops (from left) Gregorios of England, Chrisodoulos of Greece, and Metropolitan Methodios of Boston flanked the body of Archbishop Iakovos, former head of the Greek Orthodox Church of the Americas, at his burial rites in Brookline yesterday.
Archbishops (from left) Gregorios of England, Chrisodoulos of Greece, and Metropolitan Methodios of Boston flanked the body of Archbishop Iakovos, former head of the Greek Orthodox Church of the Americas, at his burial rites in Brookline yesterday. (Globe Staff Photo / Michele McDonald) Globe Staff Photo / Michele McDonald

Greek Orthodox primate is laid to rest

Iakovos eulogized for his humanity, wisdom as leader

By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / April 16, 2005

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BROOKLINE -- Archbishop Iakovos, who for 37 years led the Greek Orthodox Church in the Americas, was laid to rest yesterday in Brookline, behind the chapel at the Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology. (Full article: 712 words)

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