Patriarch Irinej Slams Corrupt Politicians, Ukrainian Nationalists, Uniates, & Constantinople Patriarchate for Causing Schism in Ukraine

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on January 4, 2019

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OCP News Service – 4/1/19

Belgrade -Serbia- His Holiness Irinej – Archbishop of Peć, Metropolitan of Belgrade and Karlovci, and Serbian Patriarch has slammed corrupt politicians, Ukrainian Nationalists, Uniates, and Constantinople Patriarchate for causing a schism in Ukraine.

The Primate of the Serbian Church made his statement during the delivery of annual Nativity message.

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Roman January 8, 2019 at 12:55 am

Typical Serb – always looking for someone to blame for historical events. His accusations are a carbon copy of standard ROC and Kremlin propaganda. Of course, he has to support Moscow – who else will support him once the matter of the Macedonian Church and the Church of Montenegro come to the fore? Rather than commiserate with the poor Ukrainians who have suffered so much because of Russian ecclesiastical domination since 1686, he seeks to prolong their suffering. I’m sure, if he could, he’ld probably blame all-of-the-above for the fall of the Soviet Union and the proclamation of an independent Ukraine.

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