Metropolitan Church History

The Old Country

To understand who we are and where we have come as a Church in the past seventy-five years, it is first necessary to explore who our ancestors were and where they came from as a people.  Thus, the journey of faith must start in the homeland of the founders, “the Old Country,” central Europe.

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Coming to America

By the latter decades of the 19th century, the already marginal economic situation of the Carpatho-Rusyn people had become even more precarious. The old peasant way of life, which in the best of times provided an ability to eke out only a meager living, irreparably broke down under the strain of a changing economy.

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