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On April 12, 2014, the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew delivered a message promising to resolve the issues affecting Ukrainian ecclesiastical life at his upcoming 2016 meeting. The message was given on the occasion of the Triumphal Entry of the Lord into Jerusalem (“Palm Sunday”).  The Ukraine plays a pivotal role in the heretical ecumenism of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, the Moscow Patriarchate, and their self-proclaimed ‘Sister Church‘, the Vatican.  The large Greek Catholic population and the divided Ukrainian groups will undoubtedly be discussed; the MP will not accept any deal for union with Rome on any other terms than ones that will include the eventual absorption by it of the Greek Catholics.  As we know, Patriarch Bartholomew postponed the upcoming council of all the World Orthodox leaders at the request of Patriarch Kyril; obviously Kyril was aware of the events to transpire in Ukraine. With the MP refusing to call the Papists heretics any longer, it seems as the if the work of Pat. Athenagoras in his lifting of the anathemas has fully worked itself out in an official manner in the MP.

April 16, 2014

Ukraine On Agenda at Bartholomew’s 2016 Meeting

On April 12, 2014, the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew delivered a message promising to resolve the issues affecting Ukrainian ecclesiastical life at his upcoming 2016 meeting. The […]
March 27, 2014

State Church of Greece ‘Re-Launches’ Ecumenism with Francis

According to a March 24th, 2014 article of L’Osservatore Romano  “a meeting between Pope Francis and the delegation of Apostolikí took place on Monday, 24 March. […]
March 7, 2014

Phanar “First Without Equals” Holds Ecumenist/Modernist Synaxis

According to the website of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, the heads of the various Ecumenist and/or Sergianist ‘World Orthodox’ groups have met at a Synaxis that will […]
July 3, 2013

RC-World Orthodox Continue Ecumenical Discussions in Washington, DC

(Source: aleteia.org) Reported on June 28, 2012 A gathering in Washington, D.C., last week of some 60 Catholic and Orthodox lay people, priests and bishops had […]