“There is no theological sense in the dialogue with the Roman Catholic Church” – Hieromonk Gabriel Bunge (Orthodox Convert from Roman Church)

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on October 27, 2017

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Orthodox Christianity – 27/10/17

There is no theological sense in the dialogue with the Roman Catholic Church. Catholics must return back to the Church. My teacher and professor who later became Pope Benedict XVI understood many things but did nothing.

The Orthodox Church has preserved the Liturgy and the monastic tradition, while the Roman Catholic Church is currently moving towards Protestantism rather than returning to Orthodoxy. The real problem of this division is not in the differences—it is in the incompatibility. The Greek and Roman cultures in the first millennium were different yet compatible with each other.

Hieromonk Gabriel Bunge – Roman Catholic convert to Orthodox Christianity 

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