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The National Interest reports on 'A Tale of Two Monasteries'
9/16/2010
On August 15 this year, a remarkable event took place at Soumela monastery in northeastern Turkey in the beautiful wooded valleys that the Greeks call the Pontus. Full Text


U.S. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe co-chairs welcome vote for reforms in Turkey
9/16/2010
Leaders of the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (U.S. Helsinki Commission) today hailed this weekend's votes for constitutional reform in Turkey as a step forward, but cautioned that only effective implementation will lead to lasting democratic change there. Full Text


Last Call! Registration for International Archon Religious Freedom Conference
9/16/2010
The International Archon Religious Freedom Conference has been finalized and is scheduled in Brussels, Belgium at the European Parliament from November 13-19. Full Text


Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew's message for the Day of the Protection of the Environment
9/1/2010
Our ever-memorable predecessor, the late Patriarch Demetrios, who possessed a deep awareness of the gravity of the environmental crisis, as well as of the responsibility of the Church to directly and effectively confront the crisis, issued the first official encyclical dealing with the protection of the natural environment more than two decades ago. Full Text


Today's Zaman reports on 'Bartholomew hopeful Orthodox Church will survive'
9/1/2010
Istanbul-based Fener Greek Patriarch Bartholomew said he is hopeful the Orthodox Church will survive and that he will not be the last "Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople," despite the persistent problems surrounding his small and rapidly shrinking community. Full Text


Annual Archon Weekend to be held October 29-31, 2010
9/1/2010
Please set aside the weekend of October 29-31 for the Annual Archon Weekend and Assembly of the Order of Saint Andrew to be held at the New York Hilton Hotel Full Text


CNN reports on 'The last Orthodox patriarch in Turkey?'
8/27/2010
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew is the living embodiment of an ancient tradition. From his historic base in Istanbul, Turkey, the 270th Patriarch of Constantinople claims to be the direct successor of the Apostle Andrew. Full Text


CNN's "World's Untold Stories" to examine Greek Orthodox Community in Turkey
8/26/2010
CNN International will air a program entitled "Turkey's Dwindling Greek Christians" as part of its series "World’s Untold Stories." Full Text


Hurriyet Daily News reports on 'De-crucifying Turkey's Christians'
8/19/2010
A little more than a year ago, the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Bartholomew I, made the headlines for saying that he feels "crucified" in Turkey. Many Turks had reacted to this statement then, arguing all was just fine for the Patriarchate. But His All Holiness was right to complain, and Turkey certainly needed to take steps to advance religious freedom -- such as the one it took last Sunday. Full Text


Cardinal Theodore McCarrick Named Athenagoras Human Rights Award Recipient, October 30
8/11/2010
The Order is pleased to announce that His Eminence Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, one of most prominent Roman Catholic hierarchs in the world, will be the recipient of this year’s Athenagoras Human Rights Award. Full Text


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