Macedonian Orthodox Holy Synod Request Bulgarian Patriarchate for Recognition

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on November 20, 2017

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Patriarch Neophyte of Bulgaria (http://www.pravmir.com)

Patriarch Neophyte of Bulgaria (http://www.pravmir.com)

Kisha D Dorado (Delegate of Belgrade, Serbia and all Balkans) – OCP News Service – 20/11/17

Skopje-Macedonia: Several sources from Macedonia says that the Holy Synod of the unrecognized Macedonian Orthodox Church has requested Bulgarian Orthodox Patriarchate to be their mother church in case they are granted autocephalous status.

The Holy Synod has requested to restore recognition, communion and unity between Macedonian and Bulgarian Churches.

The canonically unrecognized Macedonian Church is not in communion with any of the Eastern Orthodox Churches; moreover, it has a very complex relation with the Serbian Orthodox Church. However, the Macedonian Church has good relations with the Bulgarian Orthodox Church.

Source:
OCP News Service

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