Monday, December 25, 2006

Russian Orthodox Welcomes Unity

Well, they are certainly in agreement with the Holy See on the unnecessary divisions within Russian between Catholics and the Orthodox.
'We should not be rivals or enemies, as there is nothing we can divide in Russia. Mutual understanding of many global problems between our Churches we have at the official level should reach the level of simple clergymen,' the secretary for interchristian relations of the Moscow Patriarchate department for external church relations Fr. Igor Vyzhanov told at the Christmas meeting of clergymen and monastics of the Moscow Catholic archdiocese of the Mother of God. He said that the Orthodox were open and ready for cooperation with the Russian Catholics, in particular in social and charity programs.
Pope John Paul II is smiling from up above. For more on the story click here.


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