Byzantine Church history

NFTU was asked to post the following paper on the subject of cessation of communion. The document was composed by the Romanian speaking Moldovan Non-Commemorator Brotherhood of St. Ignatius Brianchaninov [though seemingly inclined to True Orthodoxy].

Here is the document in pdf format

369539740-Breaking-Communion-With-Heretics-and-the-15th-Canon-I-II-Constantinople.

 

It may also be read on Scribd.

January 20, 2018

Breaking Communion With Heretics and the 15th Canon I-II Constantinople by the St. Ignatius Brianchaninov Brotherhood

NFTU was asked to post the following paper on the subject of cessation of communion. The document was composed by the Romanian speaking Moldovan Non-Commemorator Brotherhood […]
August 17, 2017

History of the Council of Florence: Introduction by I.N. Ostroumov

Sources for the History of the Council of Florence It was at an early period that the spirit of supremacy began to show itself in the […]
August 16, 2017

Tomos of Synod of Blachernae in 1285 Against the Filioque

Source:¬†http://www.oodegr.com/english/oikoumenismos/filioque_beccus.htm?fref=gc By the most holy and ecumenical Patriarch, Lord Gregory of Cyprus, who was attacked by certain individuals, and for whom this vigorous reply was given. […]
August 12, 2017

Letters of Pope St. Gregory II (+731) to Emperor Leo Against Heresy of Iconoclasm

This letter, by Pope St. Gregory II, was presumably written in the year 729. We can gather this because his speaks of St. Germanus of Constantinople […]