Tag: Kyrill Johnson


Fr. Kyrill Johnson, 1897-1947


A lot of us at SOCHA happen to be really busy right now (personally, I'm in the middle of law school exams), so rather than leave you without much to read this week, here's an article we originally published back in August 2010. Fr. Kyrill Johnson was one of many...

Fr. Kyrill Johnson: The Prestige of the Oecumenical Patriarchate


Editor's note: On Monday, we introduced Fr. Kyrill Johnson, who converted to Orthodoxy in the 1920s and spent most of his career in the Antiochian Archdiocese. Then, on Tuesday, we presented an article by Johnson reviewing a Protestant translation of the Divine Liturgy. Below, we've published another article by Johnson,...

Fr. Kyrill Johnson, 1897-1947


For a while now, I've been meaning to introduce Fr. Kyrill Johnson, another of the many fascinating early American converts to Orthodoxy. He was born Arthur Warren Johnson in Roxbury, Massachsetts in 1897. I don't know what happened to his parents, but Johnson was adopted by an unmarried aunt, who...