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Bishop Maxim of SOC: Bartholomew took upon himself the cross of a historical decision

The Bishop of Western America Mr. Maxim Vasilevic, in his interview for Serbica Americana, on the occasion of celebrating Christ’s Nativity – Christmas, among the other things, comments on the 800 years- jubilee since the granting of autocephaly of the…

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Among the first remember, o Lord…

Author: cleric Andrey Kuraev The Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchy) has justly claimed that it is really an independent Church, that its connection to Moscow is purely prayerful and symbolical: mentioning the name of the Patriarch of Moscow and all…

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J Amanatidis “The solution of the Ukrainian issue is a prerogative of the Ecumenical Patriarch”

Author: Spyros Papageorgiu The prerogative of the Ecumenical Patriarch is to grant autocephaly to the Church he finds suitable for it, stressed the former Foreign Affairs Deputy Minister of the Republic of Greece, Mr. Janis Amanatidis, in his statement for…

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End of the Schism: The Ecumenical Patriarchate published the decisions about Ukraine

Presided by His All-Holiness, the Ecumenical Patriarch, the Holy and Sacred Synod convened for its regular session from October 9 to 11, 2018, in order to examine and discuss items on its agenda. The Holy Synod discussed in particular and…

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The Bulgarian Church turned its back on the Russian Patriarchy

The Synod of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church refused to support the Russian Orthodox Church in the international dispute with the Ecumenical Patriarchate on the Ukrainian autocephaly issue. The Russian Patriarch Cyril sent a letter to BOC in which he asks…

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USA supports the provision of autocephaly to the Ukrainian Church

U.S. State Department Spokesperson Heather Nauert made a respective press statement on Tuesday. "The United States strongly supports religious freedom, including the freedom of members of groups to govern their religion according to their beliefs and practice their faiths freely without government…