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Encyclical of Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew for the Day of the Protection of Our Natural Environment - September 1
8/30/2006
Our merciful God Who loves mankind created the world to be beautiful and functional, sufficient to meet all human needs. He granted to man, the crown and king of creation, the enjoyment of everything in the world that is necessary for life. Full Text


Save The Date
7/27/2006
2006 Athenagoras Human Rights Archon Weekend Full Text


Welcome to the 38th Clergy-Laity Congress
7/14/2006
Archon Actitivites durring the 38th Clergy-Laity Congress in Nashville, Tennessee Full Text


New Jersey State Legislature Passes Resolution Urging Religious Freedom For Ecumenical Patriarchate, Local Archons Lead The Charge
6/29/2006
TRENTON, N.J., June 29, 2006 -- The Order of St. Andrew registered a triumph this week, when the New Jersey state legislature unanimously passed a resolution urging Turkey to respect the rights and religious freedoms of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Istanbul. Full Text


Pope tells Orthodox he hopes two faiths move closer to each other.
6/29/2006
Pope Benedict XVI said he hoped Catholics and Orthodox would continue to move closer to one another, eliminating all obstacles to their ability to celebrate the Eucharist together. Full Text


Pope Speaks of Bond Between Rome, Constantinople
6/19/2006
"Church of Rome and the Church of Constantinople feel themselves to be sisters." Full Text


Archon Leadership Returns from Brussels, Strasbourg and Vienna Fighting for Religious Freedom on Behalf of the Ecumenical Patriarchate
4/25/2006
An Archon delegation led by National Commander Anthony J. Limberakis, MD returned from week-long meetings in Brussels, Belgium, Strasbourg, France and Vienna, Austria fighting for the religious freedom of the Ecumenical Patriarchate. The Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in the United States under the leadership of Archbishop Demetrios of America, continue to bring the issue of religious freedom for the spiritual center of world Orthodoxy to the decision makers and power brokers of the European Union, while simultaneously advocating Turkey’s integration into the EU Community. Full Text


Pope to Use Turkey Trip to Encourage East-West Dialogue
4/8/2006
Istanbul visit to focus on interfaith tolerance Full Text


On Reopening Hagia Sophia
3/22/2006
A Misguided Campaign that Demeans the Real Survival Struggle of the Ecumenical Patriarchate which is at the Precipice of Extinction due to the Systematic Policies of Religious Persecution by the Government of Turkey Full Text


Vatican Confirms Pope's Visit to Ecumenical Patriarchate November 28, 2006
2/9/2006
Just four days after an Italian priest was killed in Turkey, the Vatican confirmed that Pope Benedict XVI would visit the country Nov. 28-30. Full Text


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