Ignatius Hidayat Aloho
|Ignatius Hidayat Aloho|
|Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch and All the East|
|Church||Syriac Orthodox Church|
|Predecessor||Ignatius Pilate I|
|Successor||Ignatius Simon I|
|Birth name||Hidayat Aloho|
|Born||Mardin, Ottoman Empire|
Hidayat Aloho was born in the city of Mardin in the 16th century. In 1586 he became a monk in the Monastery of Mor Hananyo near Mardin, where he was ordained a deacon the following year by the Syriac Orthodox Patriarch Ignatius David II Shah. In 1595, Hidayat was ordained bishop and in 1597 was consecrated Maphrian by Ignatius Pilate I and patriarch later that year upon his death. Upon becoming patriarch he assumed the patriarchal name Ignatius.
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Ignatius Pilate I
|List of Syriac Patriarchs of Antioch from 512 to 1783
Ignatius Simon I