Diodoros or Diodorus Greek: Διόδωρος; Damianos G. Karivalis Greek: Δαμιανός Γ. Καρίβαλης (August 14, 1923 – December 20, 2000) was the Patriarch of Jerusalem in the Eastern Orthodox Church from 1981 to 2000.
He was born on the Greek island of Chios in August 14, 1923. He became a monk in 1944 and was renamed Diodoros. Three years later he became a priest, then an archbishop of Hierapolis in 1962. He served in Hierapolis prior to his election and was Patriarchal Exarch in Amman until 1981 when he was raised to the Patriarchate.
- Orthodox Research Institute (December 20, 2000). "Statement on the Death of Patriarch Diodoros I". Press release. http://www.orthodoxresearchinstitute.org/resources/obituaries/obit_diodorosI_jerusalem.htm.
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