Ecumenism

Reported on June 04, 2013 Originally at B92 News

“We’ve always been close and lately it is even intensified, and we want to move away those the moments that keep us apart,” the Serbian Orthodox Church head told reporters at the opening of the exhibition “Naisus – Medians”, organized by the Institute for Protection of Cultural Monuments of Niš.

According to him, it is not necessary to have unity – but that a level “which befits Christians and people who read the gospel” can be reached between the two churches.

“The anniversary of the Edict of Milan is an opportunity to go back to the past and to look into the contents of the edict and see how much we need it today,” said the patriarch.

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