Παρασκευή 10 Ιουλίου 2020
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Ecumenical Patriarch Vartholomeos

Uphill road for next Archbishop of America after Demetrios’ resignation
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Uphill road for next Archbishop of America after Demetrios’ resignation

The exit is an inglorious end of the tenure of a hierarch who throughout his life has enjoyed the utmost respect as one of the top Eastern Orthodox theologians

Metropolitan Elpidoforos: Halki Seminary prepared for historic re-start
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Metropolitan Elpidoforos: Halki Seminary prepared for historic re-start

Eager to open the seminary to the world and establish it as an international Orthodox and inter-religious dialogue hub, Elpidoforos stressed that English should be one of the seminary’s teaching languages.

Ecumenical Patriarchate responds to Moscow’s attacks, challenge to primacy
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Ecumenical Patriarchate responds to Moscow’s attacks, challenge to primacy

Metropolitan Emmanuel of France tells To Vima that Ecumenical Patriarch Vartholomeos granted Autocephaly to Ukraine to preserve unity, debunks theory of Moscow as ‘Third Rome’.

Tsipras pays historic visit  to Halki Seminary, calls on Ankara to permit re-opening
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Tsipras pays historic visit to Halki Seminary, calls on Ankara to permit re-opening

Tsipras' visit to Hagia Sophia had an additional symbolic charge as there have been calls of late from Turkish Islamists for the museum to re-operate as a Mosque

Vartholomeos calls on sister Churches to recognise Ukraine autocephaly
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Vartholomeos calls on sister Churches to recognise Ukraine autocephaly

The Ecumenical Patriarchate in Constantinople is under canon law the sole authority that can grant independence to local churches, as it did with Greece in 1850.

Vartholomeos in 2017 asked Tsipras not to change Constitution’s Article 3
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Vartholomeos in 2017 asked Tsipras not to change Constitution’s Article 3

The Patriarchate of Constantinople retains full jurisdiction in the Metropolitanates of the Dodecanese islands and elects the Archbishop of the semi-autonomous Church of Crete