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Orthodox Christian and Jewish leaders hold historic meeting in Thessaloniki
6/12/2013
Leading Orthodox Christian and Jewish interfaith officials, scholars and clerics discussed the crucial importance of protecting the environment and religious values and condemned growing incidents of anti-Semitism and religious prejudice around the world during a three day conference to help improve relations between these two ancient faith communities. Full Text


Illinois Senate passes resolution in support of religious freedom for the Ecumenical Patriarchate
6/4/2013
The Illinois Senate has recently adopted SR 70, a Religious Freedom resolution in support of the Ecumenical Patriarchate. With the adoption of this resolution, 52 such resolutions have now been adopted by 42 states. Full Text


The Huffington Post reports on, 'Turkey's Continuing Siege: Remembering the Fall of Constantinople'
5/29/2013
Today marks the 560th anniversary of the fall and capture of the magnificent Christian city of Constantinople, the eastern capital of the Roman Empire, to the forces led by the Ottoman Turkish Sultan, Mohammed (Mehmet) II. Mehmet took the title "the Conqueror" for himself, as a sign of the Turks' conquest of what was Europe's most glorious city of the Middle Ages and as recognition of the Ottoman jihadi victory over Christianity. Full Text


The Huffington Post reports on, 'The Fall of Constantinople, Queen of Cities'
5/29/2013
Today (May 29), the Orthodox Church remembers the Fall of Constantinople, the Queen of Cities, in 1453. Named after Saint Constantine the Great, Constantinople was the capital of the Byzantine Empire (330-1453). Although Byzantium's vast power spanned 11 centuries, its story is often held hidden. Full Text


Ecumenical Patriarchate hosts International Conference on Edict of Milan
5/21/2013
On Friday, May 17, 2013, the Ecumenical Patriarchate honored the 1700th anniversary of Emperor Constantine the Great's "Edict of Milan" by hosting an international and interfaith one-day seminar in collaboration with the Council of European Episcopal Churches at the Conrad Hotel in Istanbul, Turkey. Full Text


Opening Introductions of His Eminence Metropolitan Emmanuel of France at Edict of Milan Conference
5/21/2013
To celebrate a jubilee is like celebrating an anniversary. We take the time to return to the events of the past, in order to better consider our present, and to consider the situation itself, as well as the directions we may identify for our future. Full Text


Remarks of Archon Constantine G. Caras at Edict of Milan Conference
5/20/2013
It is a great honor for me to be present today, representing the Order of St. Andrew the Apostle and Commander Dr. Anthony J. Limberakis, and to participate in this important seminar commemorating the Edict of Milan, promulgated by the Emperor Constantine 1700 years ago. Full Text


Communiqué on The Edict of Milan–1,700 Years Later
5/17/2013
A Seminar on Religious Freedom, organized by the Ecumenical Patriarchate in collaboration with the Council of European Episcopal Conferences, was held in Istanbul Turkey on May 17-18, 2013. His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew officially opened the seminar and delivered the keynote address, while His Holiness Pope Francis addressed a formal message to participants. Full Text


Religious Freedom Today: A Seminar commemorating the 1700th anniversary of the Edict of Milan – Address of the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew and message of Pope Francis
5/17/2013
“The anniversary that we are celebrating and honoring provides occasion for us to consider and reflect on the development of the contemporary world 1700 years after the divinely-inspired Emperor established in action and legislation the fundamental principles, on which modern Christian societies – and by extension and analogy, the entire world – are based to this day” – said His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, who this morning declared open the Seminar on Religious Freedom Today celebrating the 1700th anniversary of the Emperor Constantine’s Edict of Milan. Full Text


Religious Freedom Today-Emperor Constantine’s Edict of Milan: 1700 years later
5/16/2013
1700 years have passed since 313 when, through the Milan Edict of Toleration, Emperor Constantine granted freedom of conscience and freedom of worship to all cults, thus putting an end to centuries of persecution against Christians in the Roman Empire. Since then, Christians have enjoyed religious freedom, which has allowed the development of current European society. After 1700 years, to commemorate this historical Edict, the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, in collaboration with the Council of European Episcopal Conferences, is organising a seminar in Istanbul (17-18 May) on religious freedom in Europe and throughout the world. Full Text


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