Orthodox Patriarchs gather at Moscow Patriarchate’s Grand Assembly

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on December 4, 2017

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Orthodox Church – 4/12/17

Orthodox Patriarchs have gathered in Moscow, at the Grand Assembly of the Moscow Patriarchate in Moscow, Russia, to celebrate the 100th anniversary since the Restoration of the Patriarchate in the Russian Orthodox Church.

FINAL SESSION OF THE BISHOPS’ COUNCIL OF THE RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH HELD WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF PRIMATES AND REPRESENTATIVES OF THE LOCAL ORTHODOX CHURCHES

The honorable Patriarchs are: His Holiness Orthodox Pope of Alexandria and all Africa Theodore II, His Holiness Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch and all East John X, His Holiness Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem and all Palestine Theophilos III, His Holiness Orthodox Metropolitan of Belgrade Serbian Patriarch Irenaeus, His Holiness Orthodox Archbishop of Bucharest Romanian Patriarch Daniel, His Beatitude Orthodox Archbishop of Nova Justiniana and all Cyprus Chrysostom, His Beatitude Orthodox Archbishop of Tirana and all Albania Anastasios, His Beatitude Orthodox Metropolitan of Warsaw and all Poland Sawa, His Beatitude Orthodox Archbishop of Preshov and all Czech and Slovak lands Rastislav, His Beatitude Orthodox Archbishop of Washington, Metropolitan of America Tikhon, and many other venerable bishops from the Local Orthodox Churches.

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