|Archbishop of Washington, Retired Metropolitan of All America and Canada|
|Installed||October 25, 1977|
|Predecessor||Metropolitan Irenaeus (Bekish)|
|Successor||Metropolitan Herman (Swaiko)|
|Other posts||Bishop of Alaska; Bishop of Western Pennsylvania|
|Consecration||May 6, 1967|
|Birth name||Frank Lazor|
|Born||27 October 1933|
|Alma mater||Washington and Jefferson College, St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary|
Metropolitan Theodosius (secular name Frank Lazor; 27 October 1933, Canonsburg, Pennsylvania) was the primate of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA) from 1977 until his retirement in 2002. On April 2, 2002, Metropolitan Theodosius (who had suffered a series of strokes) submitted a petition to the Holy Synod of the OCA, requesting his retirement. The Holy Synod granted his request, and announced an election for his replacement to be held on July 22, at the OCA's Thirteenth All-American Council in Orlando. He was succeeded by Metropolitan Herman (Swaiko).
Notes and references
- "Biography of His Beatitude, Metropolitan Theodosius". Orthodox Church in America. Retrieved 20 November 2010.
| Primate of the Orthodox Church in America
October 25, 1977 – April 2, 2002
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