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The woodsy location was converted into a presidential retreat by President Franklin D. Trump was more positive after his first visit in June. and M., as parishioners know the church, Gilbert stands out. The Greek Orthodox Metropolis of New Jersey, the ecclesiastical territory of the national Greek Orthodox archdiocese that governs Maryland, established the parish in 2004 to serve the growing numbers of Greek Orthodox who had moved from Baltimore to Harford County. First- and second-generation immigrants generally held to the customs that bound them, but as younger parishioners began marrying in growing numbers outside the Orthodox faith, some left the fold, and outsiders sought to join.
Trump will host congressional leaders at Camp David this weekend. More than 80 percent of the 100 families trace their religious roots to the three oldest Greek Orthodox parishes in Baltimore: the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation, St. The impact varies across the jurisdictions, but change is evident.
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