Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Pope Seeks Union With Orthodox Church

Edit: they both have a common faith in the dogmas of climatology.

(Vatican Radio)  In an address upon conclusion of the Divine Liturgy celebrated by Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I at the Orthodox Church of St. George in Istanbul, Pope Francis said “the one thing that the Catholic Church desires and that I seek as Bishop of Rome…is communion with the Orthodox Churches.”

Below, please find the complete text of the Holy Father’s address:

            When I was the Archbishop of Buenos Aires, I often took part in the celebration of the Divine Liturgy of the Orthodox communities there.  Today, the Lord has given me the singular grace to be present in this Patriarchal Church of Saint George for the celebration of the Feast of the holy Apostle Andrew, the first-called, the brother of Saint Peter, and the Patron Saint of the Ecumenical Patriarchate.



Anonymous said...

When I was in Baires.....he's still there, he never left, that's the tragedy, he never felt like a Pope living in Rome, the capital (once) of Christianity, nor Peter neither Simon, a villasmiserias cura, nothing more, guess whether he sometimes thinks of himself as Vicar of Christ.

Anonymous said...

He wants unity with the Orthodox ,but wants Orthodox Catholics who believe in the Absolute Truth out of His Church because they are Fundamentalists .Enigma thy name is Francis.

Tony V said...

For re-union with the Orthodox, we Catholics will have to repudiate not only the excesses of Vatican Two, but those of Vatican One as well.

Anonymous said...

I doubt any "orthodox" Orthodox would be willing to join the religion of a man who mingles with the most liberal and universalistic of all protestant and jewish cults.

Don Bernardo

Anonymous said...

Eastern Orthodox believe in evils like absolute truth, they will never capitulate to the mercy of our roman oracle, francis

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