WI: Kenosha - 1

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Byzantine (Ruthenian) Community of Kenosha
Historical Entry: Suppressed
Formerly at:
4804 7th Ave
Kenosha
WI
53140-3347
USA
Rite: Byzantine
Church sui iuris: Byzantine Ruthenian Catholic
Metropolitan Archeparchy: Pittsburgh of the Ruthenians
Eparchy: Parma of the Ruthenians

Sacramental Records at:
Chancery of the Eparchy of Parma
1900 Carlton Rd
Parma
OH
44134-3129
USA
Ph: 216-741-8773
Fax: 216-741-9356

Status & Location Changes:
Formed in: 19XX as Holy Protection of the Mother of God Byzantine (Ruthenian) Church
Suppressed in: 19XX as a Parish
Other Date: 19XX Re-established as Byzantine (Ruthenian) Community of Kenosha and
Relocated in: the same year to this address from its former location at 7617 Sheridan Rd
Suppressed in: 19XX for the second and final time
For this church, this is entry 2
of 2
This Entry Last Updated: 09/05/2009
Latitude: 42.5923723
Longitude: -87.8205867
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Ascension

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Wisdom from the Church Fathers

Adam, before the fall ... participated in ... divine illumination and resplendence, and because he was truly clothed in a garment of glory he was not naked, nor was he unseemly by reason of his nakedness. He was far more richly adorned than those who now deck themselves out with diadems of gold and brightly sparkling jewels. St. Paul calls this divine illumination and grace our celestial dwelling when he says, 'For this we sigh, yearning to be clothed in our heavenly habitation, since clothed we will not be found naked' (2 Cor. 5:2).

St. Gregory Palamas (Topics of Natural and Theological Science no. 67, The Philokalia Vol. 4 edited by Palmer, Sherrard and Ware; Faber and Faber pg. 377)