Rift threatens Orthodoxy

March 1996
Christian Century;3/20/96, Vol. 113 Issue 10, p319
Focuses on the rift between the Russian Orthodox Church and Orthodox Christian leader Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomeos I. Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexsy II's omission of Bartholomeos' name while presiding at a liturgy on February 23, 1996 in Moscow's Cathedral of the Epiphany; Break in communion between the leaders of the two Orthodox churches.


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