After Rome, Jerusalem and Possibly Istanbul

This is a syndicated post from ZENIT - The World Seen From Rome. [Read the original article...]

One of the most outstanding novelties of Pope Francis’ pontificate is the fraternal and friendly dimension in relations with other Christian Churches, in particular, with the Orthodox. For the first time in history, the Patriarch of Constantinople came to Rome to meet with the Roman Pontiff at his inaugaration as…


Mattia Sorbi (1 Posts)

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