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The first Greek Orthodox Church was founded in New Orleans, almost 150 years ago, but in the main, communities began to appear in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, in an era encompassing the largest immigrations.By 1922, over 200 Greek Orthodox Churches had been built.Among them were the dispossessed, joining millions of immigrants from Europe looking for a new start.

Over the next 100 years they came, limited only by quotas and war.An article published on the official website of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America paints an alarming picture for the future of the Church in America.According to statistics cited by the story penned by Peter S Kehayes, 60% of Greek Orthodox families of the last generation and 90% of Americans with Greek roots are no longer in communion with the Church.They continued to come through most of the 20th century.By the second generation, an estimated 75% of Greek Americans were culturally and religiously intermarrying and melding with others in the American melting pot.

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