Greek Church Members Adopt Strong Resolutions.


There was a well-attended meeting of the members of the Greek Church at 20 Eddy street last evening. While the great majority of those present were unfriendly toward Bishop Vladimir, that prelate had a few of his supporters present. In consequence there were several very stormy discussions between the respective partisans, and Chairman Gopchevitch had considerable difficulty in preserving order. Finally the Bishopıs adherents left, and the meeting proceeded quietly.

Resolutions were presented and adopted as the sense of the assemblage. In them the dissensions in the church and the troubles in which it has recently been concerned are reviewed and the blame for them is placed upon Bishop Vladimir. The resolutions close with a bitter denunciation of the Bishop.

San Francisco Chronicle, Sunday Morning, September 20, 1891.

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