Secondary Line of

Of

Apostolic Succession

For 

 

BISHOP BRIAN JOSEPH KENNEDY, O.S.B.

FROM

JESUS CHRIST

THROUGH THE APOSTLE ANDREW

and the Apostolic See at Constantinople through the

Russian Orthodox Church Moscow Patriarchate 

AND THE APOSTLE PETER

and the Apostolic See at Antioch

 

 

 

SECONDARY LINE OF APOSTOLIC SUCCESSION

FOR BISHOP BRIAN J. KENNEDY, O.S.B.

 

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Our secondary line begins with St. Peter and from St. Peter at Antioch to the present day in an unbroken line of succession.

 

 

The Antiochian

(1) St. Peter, 38; (2) Evodus 40; (3) St. Ignatius I, 43; (4) Aaron, 123; (5) Cornelius, 123;

(6) Eodos, 142; (7) Theophulus, 157; (8) Maximinus, 171; (9) Seraphim, 179; (10) Astlediaes, 189; (11) Philip, 201; (12) Sebinus {Zebinus},219; (13) Babylos, 237;

(14) Fabius, 250; (15) Demetrius, 251; (16) Paul I, 259; (17) Domnus I, 270;

(18) Timotheus, 281; (19) Cyrilus, 281; (20) Tyrantus, 296; (21)Vitalius, 301;

(22) Philognius, 318; (23) Eustachius, 323; (24) Paulinius, 338; (25)

Philabianus, 383; (26) Evagrius, 386; (27) Phosohorius, 416; (28) Alexander, 418; (29) John I, 428; (30) Theodotus, 431; (31) Domnus II, 442; (32) Maximus, 450; (33) Accacius, 454; (34) Martyrius, 457; (35) Peter II, 464; (36) Philadius, 500; (37) Serverius, 509; (38)Segius, 544; (39) Domnus III, 547; (40) Anadtasius, 560; (41) Gregory I, 564; (42) Paul II, 567; (43) Patra, 571; (44) Domnus IV, 586; (45) Julianus,

591; (46) Athanasius I, 595; (47) John II, 636; (48) Theodorus I, 649; (49)

Severus, 668; (50) Athanasius II, 684; (51) Julianus II, 687; (52) Elias I, 709;

(53) Athanasius III 724; (54) Evanius I, 740; (55) Gervasius I, 759; (56)

Joseph, 790; (57) Cyriacus, 793; (58) Dionysius I, 818; (59) John III, 847;

(60) Ignatius II, 877; (61) Theodosius, 887; (62) Dionysius II 897; (63) John

IV, 910; (64)Basilus I, 922; (65) John V, 936; (66) Evanius II, 954; (67)

Dionysius III, 958; (68) Abraham I, 962; (69) John VI, 965, (70) Athamasius IV, 987; (71) John VII, 1004; (72) Dionysius IV, 1032; (73) Theodorus II, 1042; (74) Athanasius V, 1058; (75) John VIII, 1064; (76) Basilius II, 1074; (77) Abdoone, 1076; (78) Dionysius V, 1077; (79) Evanius III, 1080; (80)Dionysius VI, 1088; (81) Athanasius VI, 1091; (82) John IX, 1131; (83) Athanasius VII, 1139; (84) Michael I, 1167; (85) Athanasius VIII, 1200; (86) Michael II, 1207; (87) John X, 1208; (88) Ignatius III, 1223; (89) Dionysius VII, 1253; (90) John XI, 1253; (91) Ignatius IV, 1264; (92) Philanus,

1283; (93) Ignatius Baruhid, 1293; (94) Ignatius Ismael, 1333; (95) Ignatius Basilius III, 1366; (96) Ignatius Abraham II, 1382; (97) Ignatius Bacalius IV, 1412; (98) Ignatius Behanam I, 1415; (99) Ignatius Kalejih, 1455; (100) Ignatius John XII, 1483; (101) Ignatius Noah, 1492; (102) Ignatius Jesus I, 1509; (103) Ignatius Jacob I, 1510; (104) Ignatius David I, 1519; (105) Ignatius Abdullah I, 1520; (106) Ignatius Naamathalak, 1557; (107) Ignatius David II, 1577; (108) Ignatius Philathus, 1591; (109) Ignatius Abdullah II, 1597; (110) Ignatius Cadhai, 1598; (111) Ignatius Simeon, 1640; (112) Ignatius Jesus II, 1661; (113) Ignatius Messiah, 1661; (114) Ignatius Cabeeb, 1686; (115) Ignatius Gervasius II, 1687; (116) Ignatius Isaac, 1708; (117) Ignatius Siccarablak, 1722; (118) Ignatius Gervasius III, 1746; (119) Ignatius Gervasius IV, 1768; (120) Ignatius Mathias, 1781; (121) Ignatius Behanam, 1810;

(122) Ignatius Jonas, 1817; (123) Ignatius Gervasius V, 1818; (!24) Ignatius Elias II, 1839; (125) Ignatius Jacob II, 1847; (126) Mar Ignatius Peter III, 1872. (127) Paulose Mar Athanasius (Kadavil Kooran) was consecrated on December 4, 1907 by Mar Ignatius Peter III as Syrian Antioch Bishop of Kottayam and Metropolitan of Malabar (India). (128) Mar Julius I (Antonio Francis Xavier Alvares) was consecrated July 28, 1889, by Paulose Mar Athanasius, under authority of Patriarch Ignatius Peter III

to Western Rite Orthodox Christians of Ceylon, Goa and India.

(129) Joseph Rene Vilatte was consecrated on May 29, 1892 in Columba, Ceylon at Our Lady of Good Death Cathedral by Mar Julius I, under authority of a Bull of Mar Ignatius Peter III, to serve Western Rite Orthodox Christians in North America.


With the sanction of the Patriarch Ignatius Jacobus II having first been obtained, on 2nd June 1866, Mar Julius, Metropolitan Bishop of Emesa (later became Patriarch Ignatius III) consecrated Jules Ferrette as Bishop Julius for the Celtic Orthodox Church and gave him the title of Bishop of Iona (Ireland) and its Dependencies. This consecration, in Syria, was witnessed and the instrument of consecration was verified before the British Consul at Damascus. Bishop Julius was dispatched to erect an indigenous Celtic Orthodox Church in Western Europe, one not in any way subject to Antioch.

 

Joseph Rene Vilatte consecrated Louis Prota Giureleo Miraglia Gulotti on May 6, 1900 who in turn consecrated Josef Zielonka on November 16, 1913.

 

Metropolitan +Joseph (Zielonka) on October 15, 1950 at Sts. Peter and Paul Russian Orthodox Church in Springfield, Massachusetts co-consecrated Bishop +Peter Andreas (Zhurawetzky) .

 

In 1978, Archbishop +Peter  (Zhurawetsky) assisted by Greek Archbishop +Joachim (Souris) and Greek Bishop +Lavrentios (Maniatakis) consecrated Metropolitan +Nicholas (Llnyckyj) O.S.B. for the Athonite Benedictine Fathers.

 

May 13, 1989, Metropolitan +Nicholas (Llnyckyj) assisted by Bishop +Christopher (Jones) and Bishop +David (Quilliams) consecrated Metropolitan +Yuri (Spaeth) O.S.B. for the Athonite Benedictine Fathers in Bell, Florida.

 

On January 17, 1999 Metropolitan Archbishop +Yuri (Spaeth) O.S.B. assisted by Archbishop +Matthew (McCarthy) O.S.B. consecrated Bishop +Michael Damian-Benedict (Palladino) O.S.B.  for the Latin Orthodox Benedictine Fathers, Monastery of St. John the Divine in Orlando, Florida. 

 

On April 25, 2001, Bishop +Michael Damian-Benedict, (Palladino) O.S.B. (A Schema Benedictine Monk) assisted by Bishop +Martin-Benedict (Tindall) O.S.B. and Bishop +Brendan Nuadha (Donovan) O.S.B. at the Latin Orthodox Benedictine Monastery of St. John the Divine in Orlando, Florida according to the Roman Pontifical of 30 March 1892 consecrated Bishop + Brian Joseph Kennedy, O.S.B. (a Schema Benedictine Monk) for the Celtic Orthodox Benedictine Fathers and the Celtic Orthodox Church in the United States. 

 

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