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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


Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew to Preside at 2006 Epiphany Celebration in Tarpon Springs, FL
12/22/2005
Excitement is escalating in Tarpon Springs, Fl, known as the Epiphany City, for the anticipated arrival from the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Constantinople on January 4th of His All Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, spiritual leader of over 250 million Orthodox Christians, who will preside over the centennial of the Epiphany celebration and of St. Nicholas Cathedral. Full Text


Archons Meet with Amb. Ross L. Wilson New United States Ambassador to Turkey
11/27/2005
Days before his departure for Ankara to assume his critical post, the newly confirmed United States Ambassador to Turkey, Ross L. Wilson met with Archon National Commander Dr. Anthony Limberakis and Washington Regional Commander Andrew Manatos to discuss religious freedom in Turkey. Full Text


"Accession Negotiations with Turkey: the Time for Celebration is Over, Now Comes the Time for Delivery"
11/23/2005
Full address of Mr Olie Rehn, Member of the European Commission, responsible for Enlargement EU-Turkey Joint Parliamentary Committee Brussels, 23 November 2005 Full Text


Problems of the Ecumenical Patriarchate Major Focus at Confirmation Hearing for Incoming U.S. Ambassador to Turkey
11/10/2005
U.S. Senator George Allen (R-VA),asked him only one question-and it regarded the lack of religious freedom of the Ecumenical Patriarchate. Full Text


The Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople: A Ministry of Universal Reconciliation - Address of Archbishop Demetrios
11/9/2005
Ecumenical Patriarchate may be aptly termed a ministry of reconciliation with three areas of focus: a) the ecumenical dialogue among Christians, b) the inter-religious dialogue among Jews, Christians, and Muslims, and c) the universal call to all human beings for reconciliation with our natural environment. Full Text


2005 U. S. State Department International Religious Freedom Report on Turkey
11/8/2005
The Government of Turkey does not recognize the ecumenical status of the Greek Orthodox Patriarch, acknowledging him only as the head of the country's dwindling Greek Orthodox community. High-level government leaders often assert publicly that use of the term "ecumenical" in reference to the Patriarch violates the 1923 Lausanne Treaty. However, government officials privately acknowledge that Lausanne does not address the issue. Full Text


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