Ecumenism Anglicans

On the night of New Calendar December 24th, the ecumenist Patriarch of Serbia, Irinei, allowed the local Anglican community to use one of his churches in Belgrade, as well as attended the Anglican Christmas services. Patriarch Irinei is well-known for his ecumenical views and practices, such as participating in Jewish religious services. The Serbian Patriarchate since the mid 20th century has involved itself in ever greater ways in the heresy of ecumenism and the heretical ecumenical movement, while simultaneously departing more and more from traditional Orthodox praxis [for example, baptism by triple immersion, while known in the Serbian Patriarchate, is no longer widely practiced].

December 27, 2018

Pro-Ecumenist Serbian Patriarch Attends Anglican Services

On the night of New Calendar December 24th, the ecumenist Patriarch of Serbia, Irinei, allowed the local Anglican community to use one of his churches in […]
September 11, 2017

1974 ROCOR Decision Regarding the Behavior of an Orthodox Priest towards Heterodox

Source: http://www.rocorstudies.org/2013/04/12/regarding-the-behavior-of-an-orthodox-priest-towards-heterodox/ Decision of the Council of Bishops of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia Confidential. Not for Publication. For circulation. September 13/26, 1974, No. 889 […]
August 16, 2017

Some Preliminary Notes on the Influence of Freemasonry on Early Greek Ecumenism by Monk Seraphim (Zissis)

Source: https://www.geopolitica.ru/en/article/influence-freemasonry-early-greek-ecumenism   Introduction in our modern times we are all experiencing the rapid, forced advance of globalization in its various forms. Could it be, though, that […]
July 21, 2016

Constantinople Attempted Union with Armenian Monophysites in 19th Century; Allowed Armenians to Take Communion in 1879

The heresy of ecumenism extends back into the mid 19th century. The Ecumenical Patriarchate engaged in negotiations with the Armenian Monophysite Church in the 19th century, […]