He can’t “re-apply” but he can always be brought back into the church if he so desires, but again, that’s something you discuss with your priest and bishop. It means he can’t receive the sacraments, be a sponsor, be buried in the church.
Any time he would attempt any of the aforementioned, they would ask him to show he is a member in good standing, which is issued by his parish, so he would need to be connected to ever marries them. Also, if they wanted to raise their kids GO, there would be less problem baptizing them, even if the parents were not married in the church or never even married.
This was in response to the appeal Archbishop Alexander had sent to the Churches and individuals - probably in 1919 - urging the Greek Orthodox in America to deprive themselves in order to send a generous contribution to the victims of Turkish "barbarism".
In 1922, The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of North and South America was founded and received its incorporation from the State of New York, His Eminence Archbishop of Rodostolou was the first Primate of the Church.
A lot of times people who we never thought would be together, end up together.Throughout the nation women's clubs were being formed: in New York City, Chicago, Lowell, Philadelphia, Birmingham, Boston, San Francisco, Washington, D. Louis, Milwaukee, Newark, and wherever there were Greek Orthodox Churches. In 1909, a Philoptochos Society was formed in Chicago, utilizing the facilities of the Hull House, a social center, as its headquarters.In 1902, the first Ladies Philoptochos was officially established at the Holy Trinity Church in New York City, under the spiritual guidance of Father Methodios Kourkoulis, and the leadership of three prominent ladies in the Greek community: Mrs. Miss Jane Addams, a fervent phil-Hellene, was the director and founder of Hull House, and rendered immeasurable services to the Greek community.The first tangible evidence of the benevolence of Greek women was officially recorded on June 29, 1920, in a volume edited by the Rev. Demetrios Constantelos, in a compilation of encyclicals of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, spanning more than seventy years: "Encyclicals and Documents of the Greek Orthodox Church of America - the First Fifty Years". Xenides, who was the secretary of the Relief Committee for Greeks of Asia Minor.A document included in this volume is a letter addressed to Archbishop Alexander of Rodostolou from Mr. The letter thanked the Archbishop for contributions received, among which was a 0 donation from the Greek Women's Benevolent Association of Chicago.