May 20, 2024

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Russian True Orthodox Church (RTOC)

Blatant Signs You Missed the Whole Message of St. Gregory Palamas and the establishment of the Paschalion by the Fathers of the First Ecumenical Council

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The unified celebration, according to the head of the Patriarchate of Constantinople, is particularly significant in light of the upcoming 1700th anniversary in 2025, marking the convening of the First Ecumenical Synod in Nicaea. Among its pivotal discussions was the matter of establishing a common timeframe for the Easter festivities.

Quotes taken from Orthodox Times April 1, 2024

Ecumenical “Patriarch”: It’s a scandal to celebrate separately the one Resurrection of the One Lord

“Ecumenical “Patriarch” Bartholomew extended in his homily his heartfelt wishes to all the non-Orthodox Christians who celebrated the Holy Easter on Sunday, March 31, after presiding over the Sunday Divine Liturgy at the Church of Saint Theodore of the Community of Vlanga.

On this day, the timeless message of the Resurrection resonates more profoundly than ever, as our non-Orthodox Christian brethren and sisters commemorate the resurrection of our Lord from the dead, celebrating Holy Easter. We have already sent our representatives to all the Christian Communities of the confessions here, to extend our heartfelt wishes of the Holy Great Church of Christ and our Patriarchal congratulations.”

“But also from this position we extend a heartfelt greeting of love to all Christians around the world who celebrate Holy Easter today. We beseech the Lord of Glory that the forthcoming Easter celebration next year will not merely be a fortuitous occurrence, but rather the beginning of a unified date for its observance by both Eastern and Western Christianity.”

Concerning St. Gregory Palamas who so courageously defended Holy Orthodoxy from the deceptions of the heresies of the Latins Bartholomew stated, “

Earlier, on the occasion of the feast of Saint Gregory Palamas, Archbishop of Thessaloniki, the Ecumenical Patriarch noted:

“Today resonates as a continuation of the spirit of last Sunday, akin to a second Sunday of Orthodoxy, as we commemorate Saint Gregory, a stalwart defender of our faith. His steadfast commitment to Orthodoxy knew no bounds, enduring imprisonment and ultimately martyrdom. His legacy shines as a radiant beacon of unwavering faith, illuminating the path for generations to follow. Indeed, the Saints of the Church are teachers and guides for people not only during their time, but during all times and everywhere.😳😲😬

“The unified celebration, according to the “head” of the Patriarchate of Constantinople, is particularly significant in light of the upcoming 1700th anniversary in 2025, marking the convening of the First Ecumenical Synod in Nicaea. Among its pivotal discussions was the matter of establishing a common timeframe for the Easter festivities.”

4 thoughts on “Blatant Signs You Missed the Whole Message of St. Gregory Palamas and the establishment of the Paschalion by the Fathers of the First Ecumenical Council

  1. I have terminal cancer and probably don’t have a lot of time left. Before I’m taken from this life, I want to mention a book I wrote about 21 years ago, and it explains the infinite dangers of the Latin church. The book is at http://www.holytrinitymission.org/books/english/apostolic_christianity_s_kovacevich.htm. Note: don’t bring up the simplified view as it’s an abridged, truncated butchery that leaves out a lot of valuable material. The book is called Apostolic Christianity and the 23,000 Western Churches. (That 23,000 figure was accurate a couple of decades ago, although the current number of heterodox churches stands at 33,089.) If you come across any truth-seekers who are struggling to find Christ’s true and original Church, please pass this information along to them so they can enter into the ark of salvation before God closes its doors forever in these final times. And please pray for me, brothers and sisters. In Christ our God and Saviour, Steve Kovacevich in Texas

    1. Greetings in Christ, Steve ~
      Thank you for your comment!
      Lord, have mercy on Thy suffering servant, Steve Kovacevich, and please give heed to the prayers of the Saints on his behalf !!

      Upon attempting to follow the link you posted to your book, it’s returning a 404:Not Found error.
      I tried on several devices / connections, but in each case the result was the same.
      As time is of the essence, I figured the right thing to do is let you know.

      Thanks again and sincerest hopes In Christ !

      ~ Александер

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