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Greek chaplaincy celebrates official recognition

A LAW passed in the Greek parliament has formally recognised the Anglican Church in Greece as an "official religion". Other Churches, including the Roman Catholic Church, were also give legal status by the law. Canon Malcolm Bradshaw, Senior Chaplain at St Paul's, Athens, said that the Anglican Church had been seeking recognition for eight years. Members of St Paul's had celebrated the news with a glass of champagne. 

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