BULGARIAN CHURCH REASSERTS REJECTION OF CRETE COUNCIL

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on November 23, 2016

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Pravoslavie.ru – November 2016

Meeting last week, the Holy Synod of the Church of Bulgaria came to a conclusion on the Council of Crete and its decisions, maintaining their earlier rejection of it.

The patriarch of Bulgaria has informed Archbishop Ieronymos of Athens by letter of the synod’s decision, with an official announcement expected soon.

The Bulgarian Synod is the first to have made an official decision regarding the documents adopted on Crete in June. The Holy Synod of the Greek Church is meeting today and tomorrow and is expected to come to a decision on the conciliar documents.

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