Digital Orthodox Church of Jerusalem

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Digital Catholic Orthodox Church of Jerusalem


Ad eundum quo nemo ante iit

Ut queant laxis (Saint John Anthem)

Internet4.jpg Digital location, non physical

Capital cityDigital Jerusalem
Largest city
Official language(s)English
GovernmentOrthodox Theocracy
Area claimedDigital in Internet

Digital Orthodox Church of Jerusalem is an autocephalous church in the Kingdom of Jerusalem. Autocephalous, in hierarchical Christian churches and especially Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox churches, is the status of a hierarchical church whose head bishop does not report to any higher-ranking bishop.

Founded on April 1, 2011, wants a strong traditionalist monarchy in Digital Jerusalem, to defend orthodox christian values​​. They considers itself to be the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church established by Jesus Christ and his Apostles almost 2,000 years ago.

Its organization is based on four priests and a bishop standing as senior-Patriarch of relations between the Orthodox Church and the micronation addition to His Highness the King of Digital Jerusalem.

Chrysostomos III is the bishop of Digital Jerusalem.

Ecclesiastical influence in the micronation

Every King of Digital Jerusalem should be elected through the Digital Catholic Orthodox Church, so that religious influence is direct to the Head of State. The Orthodox Church also can veto the decisions of the Haute Coeur, to do is hold a referendum among the citizens to decide on the ratings with which the Church disagrees.