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St. Clement of Ohrid, Macedonian Orthodox Cathedral
Toronto

The Macedonian Orthodox Cathedral "St. Clement of Ohrid" has been the centre of the Macedonian community in North America for over 40 years.


On October 31, 1962, a Charter and church congregation were formed, effectively commencing the construction of what would become the spiritual matriarch to over 25 Macedonian Orthodox Churches, and over 750,000 ethnic Macedonian North Americans. 

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