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Patriarchal Proclamation Upon the Feast of the Nativity 2004
1/3/2005
2004 Christmas Message of His All Holiness Patriach Bartholomew Full Text


Encyclical of Archbishop Demetrios for the Feast of Saint Basil and the New Year
1/1/2005
2005 New Years Message of His Emenince Archbishop Demetrios Full Text


Religious tolerance in Turkey a key in talks with EU
12/20/2004
EU grants Turkey date to begin negotiations for membership By David E. Anderson RELIGION NEWS SERVICE Full Text


Remarks of National Commander Limberakis at Institute on Religion & Public Policy Conference Religious Freedom in Secular Turkey: The EU Effect
12/17/2004
December 14 Conference held in Washington, DC Attendees included representatives from State Department, Defense Department, Commerce Department, Helsinki Commission, and the Congressional Research Service, the embassies of Turkey, Greece, Israel, and Bulgaria, thinks tanks such as the Woodrow Wilson Center, the Washington Institute on Near East Policy, the Cato Institute, and the Islamic Free Market Institute, corporations such as The Carlyle Group, The Harbour Group and organizations such as the National Endowment for Democracy, American Jewish Congress, the Anti-Defamation League, B'nai B'rith International, Catholic University, Amnesty International, Falun Gong, the Armenian Assembly of America, and the University of Maryland covered by CNN-Turk, Anatolia News Agency, and other Turkish media Full Text


List of Predominate Problems Faced by the Ecumenical Patriarchate
12/17/2004
Succinct Summary of Major Issues Confronting The Ecumenical Patriarchate Full Text


Remarks of National Commander Limberakis at Banquet in Honor of His All Holiness
12/16/2004
2004 Archon Pilgrimage Banquet of His All Holiness Dec. 1, 2004, Istanbul, Turkey Full Text


Encyclical of Archbishop Demetrios for The Nativity of Christ - 2004
12/15/2004
December 25, 2004 The Nativity of Christ "For to you is born this day…a Savior, who is Christ the Lord. And this will be a sign for you: you will find a babe wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a manger." (Luke 2:11-12) Full Text


Turkey Policies on Minorities Spark Debate
12/7/2004
A furor in Turkey ignited by the title of a Christian spiritual leader on a U.S. embassy invitation has underscored concerns about the largely Muslim country's treatment of minorities two weeks before the European Union decides whether to open membership talks with Ankara. Full Text


Some Hard-Liners in Turkey See Diversity as Divisive
12/7/2004
In the cavernous Panayia church, one of the few Greek Orthodox churches still active in Turkey, ceiling panels dangle precariously over the choir loft. Flying glass has pitted the frescos of biblical scenes. Musty carpets are rolled up and stored like logs beside the elaborate Byzantine iconostasis Full Text


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