Archbishop Gregory: "I don't know what God saw in me"

SITKA, ALASKA For twenty-two years Archbishop Gregory Afonsky towered over Alaskan Orthodoxy – both physically and spiritually. KCAWs Robert Woolsey spoke with Orthodox parishoner Mike Tackaberry about Bishop Gregory as a man who, though he was not well-known outside the church, was a giant among the members of his congregation
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