World Orthodox fight

The Serbian Patriarchate Assembly of Bishops, in a continuing several years long dispute with the Romanian Patriarchate, has stated that it will be ‘forced’ to end communion with Bucharest:

“The Assembly concluded, with great sadness, that the Romanian Orthodox Church not only continues with its anti-canonical intrusions in the jurisdiction of the Serbian Orthodox Church but has intensified them and spread them throughout the Serbian canonical territory. Inasmuch as they do not cease with these actions of ethno-phyleticism and lacking in brotherly love in the near future, the Holy Synod will, with the permission given at this Assembly, be forced to take the only possible step – to cease all liturgical and canonical commuion with this Church until they return „their knowledge of the law“.”

It seemed a similar situation transpired about 5 years ago, but did not materialize.

The Assembly similarly condemned the Serbian Patriarchate Bishop Artemije once again. Additional material can be found here.

June 14, 2017

Serbian Patriarchate May Be “Forced” to End Communion with Romanian Patriarchate

The Serbian Patriarchate Assembly of Bishops, in a continuing several years long dispute with the Romanian Patriarchate, has stated that it will be ‘forced’ to end […]
June 3, 2017

Jordanville Dean: Cretan Council Shows Trojan Horse Already Behind the Gates

[Original Here] by Fr. Alexander F. C. Webster The benighted Pan-Orthodox Council in Crete in June 2016 reminded Orthodox Christians that the rock of Orthodox faith […]
May 3, 2017

Non-Commemorator MP Hieromonk Open Letter to ROCOR-MP Bishops

(Source) [Fr. Raphael (Berestov) is somewhat well-known hieromonk in MP circles, who has ceased commemoration of Patriarch Kirill, stating he is in heresy. He also known […]
March 8, 2017

Prominent NC Priest Protopresbyter Theodore Zisis Ceases Commemoration of His Bishop

This past First Sunday in Lent, the Sunday of Orthodoxy, was marked by the prominent New Calendar priest, Protopresbytery Theodore Zisis, becoming a non-commemorator. The announcement […]