Not much is known of Father Raphael's career in the Church after this. It certainly appears that he continued within the Orthodox Church in Philadelphia but after 1916 there is no information on his further activities; one suggestion is that he left the USA and went to live in Palestine.
However in 1913-4 he had paid a visit to the land of his birth, and toured the island, lecturing and taking part in services. He gave vivid accounts of his travels in the Holy Land and the Middle East, though it is not clear when those travels had taken place. When he left from Port Antonio to return to Philadelphia he was promising to return to Jamaica to establish a mission of the Greek Orthodox Church. However, at the moment, the only other reference to him after that was in a letter to Jamaican newspapers in 1916 highly critical of the lectures being given in the USA by Marcus Garvey. One other link with Garvey is a possible contact, at some point, between Morgan and G A McGuire, who instituted the African Orthodox Church which was associated with Garvey's UNIA.
Two scholars in the USA, involved in research of the Greek Orthodox Church, have done and are continuing research into Father Raphael's career, and I hope that sometime in the future the gaps in his story will be filled in.
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