Orthodox Churches Council Opens on Crete Despite Russia’s Absence

An historic gathering of Orthodox Churches opens on the Greek island of Crete, despite the absence of four denominations including the Russians.

CHR Comment: The article names two key players in the developments: Bartholomew I, Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople and Russian Patriarch Kirill, whose church is not attending.

Source: Orthodox Churches council opens on Crete despite Russia’s absence – BBC News

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