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  • The Scriptorium

    12/11/2014

    Leading Orthodox Theologian Hopes for ‘Quick Progress’ Toward Full Christian Unity

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 7:42 am

    True Christians will never bow down to a supposed “vicar of Christ on earth”. We worship Jesus Christ, not Mary, and we have a direct line to Him. We don’t need a priest to hear our confession or do our praying for us. This unity they speak of will never happen. Christ’s Church lives on in the people that worship Him, not a mere mortal who is indeed FALLIBLE.

    One of the leading theologians of the Orthodox world has said that he sees prosecpts for “quick progress” toward full Christian unity under Pope Francis.

    Metropolitan Ioannis of Pergamon, the co-chairman of the Joint International Commission for Theological Dialogue, told the Vatican Insider that Pope Francis has brought new excitement to ecumenical dialogue with the Orthodox world. “The way in which he is carrying out his ministry removes the many apprehensions and fears of the past.”

    Metropolitan Ioannis pointed particularly to the Pope’s statement, during his recent visit to Constantinople, that the Catholic Church “does not intend to impose any conditions except that of shared profession of faith.” He said that in the past, “the Orthodox believed that the Pope wanted to subjugate them. And now we see this is not in any way true.”

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