Ecumenism

Moscow, May 2, Interfax – Patriarch Alexy II of Moscow and All Russia said the history of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad “must” be studied in detail and objectively, which is “of importance.”

“Its history should be viewed from the canonical angle. But one must be aware that it’s difficult to come to absolute and final unanimity while assessing all occurrences and historical figures. The whole truth can only be judged by God,” the Russian patriarch said in an interview granted to the official website of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad. [click title for full article]

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