An Ecumenical Patriarchate Commission Visited the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece to Inform them of Developments in the Ukraine

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Constantinople AthènesIn the office of the Holy Synod on May 14, Archbishop Ieronymos, Primate of the Greek Church, received the members of the Commission of the Ecumenical Patriarchate dedicated to dogmatic and nomocanonical questions. They came to inform him of the evolution of the ecclesiastical situation in the Ukraine. The members of the Patriarchal Commission are Bishop John (Zizioulas) of Pergamon, Metropolitan Emmanuel, of France, and Metropolitan Bartholomew, of Smyrna.

Archbishop Ieronymos was assisted by Symeon, member of the Holy Synod of the Greek Church, Bishop Damascene, member of the Synodical Committee on Dogmatic and Canonical Questions of the Church of Greece, and Bishop Ignatius, member of the Synodical Committee for Inter-Orthodox and Inter-Christian Relations.

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