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The Old Calendar Orthodox Church of Greece

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Published by Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies in Etna, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Orthodox Eastern Church. -- Greece -- History,
  • Orthodox Eastern Church -- History.,
  • Old Calendarists -- Greece -- History,
  • Old Calendarists -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    Statementby Archimandrite Chrysostomos with Hieromonk Ambrosios and Hieromonk Auxentios.
    ContributionsAmbrosios, Hieromonk., Auxentios, Bishop.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX620 .C47 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 108 p. :
    Number of Pages108
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19946865M
    ISBN 100911165053


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The Genuine Orthodox Church of Greece: InArchbishop Auxentios was removed from the Archdiocese of Athens and the leadership of the Old Calendar Church of Greece. The Florinite Synod chose in a new leader in Archbishop Chrysostom (Kiousis), who demonstrated rather effectively that the True Orthodox in Greece were a force to be.

The Church of the GOC of America is an autonomous Eparchy whose Mother Church is The Holy Synod of the Church of the GOC of Greece, under the Presidency of His Beatitude Archbishop Kallinikos of Athens and All Greece.

The bishops belonging to the Eparchial Synod are also members of the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece. Presently this Church is a diocese of one of the Old Calendar Orthodox Churches of Greece), the Independent Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church (Consists of breakaway groups from the Antiochian Syriac Orthodox Church), the non-canonical Patriarch of the Eritrean Orthodox Church (Abune Antonios was deposed by the Eritrean Government, and Abune.

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Etna, Calif.: The Old Calendar Orthodox Church of Greece book for. An Old Calendarist is any Eastern Orthodox Christian who uses the The Old Calendar Orthodox Church of Greece book calendar-- also called the "Old Style Calendar", "Church Calendar" or "Old Calendar" -- and whose church body is not in communion with the Eastern Orthodox churches that use the Revised Julian calendar, the New Calendar, which aligns with the Gregorian calendar.

Most churches which use the Old (Julian). Until then, all Orthodox Churches had strictly abided by the Old (Julian) Calendar, which at present is 13 days behind the New Calendar long since adopted by the rest of Christendom. In May ofhowever, an "Inter-Orthodox Congress" was convened at Constantinople by the then Ecumenical Patriarch, Meletios IV.

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This clearly written and well-organized book, presented by leaders of the True Orthodox Church of Greece in the United States and in Greece, gives us a responsible and authoritative account—for the first time in English and from an historical and personal.

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The disadvantage. A Papal Calendar. Christmas Day and the post-Christmas season usually bring with them a number of things not overwhelming helpful—Boxing Day stampedes, post-Christmas let-down, unwelcome news when stepping on the bathroom scale, and polemical digs about those benighted people using the “papal calendar” instead of “the Church’s Traditional.

All Orthodox in the world used the Julian Calendar, which is currently thirteen days behind our modern civil calendar, until March At that time, the bishops of the Church in Greece unilaterally converted their dioceses to the New Calendar, by deleting thirteen days at once, so that the religious calendar would coincide with the civil.

An Old Calendar Orthodox Church also exists in Bulgaria, where the Patriarchate adopted the new calendar in The Bulgarian Old Calendarists are headed by Bishop Photius of Triaditsa (bornconsecrated ), and have become a.

Mar - Archbp. Chrysostomos (Papadopoulos) institutes new (papal) calendar for use in Church of Greece. The pious Orthodox Christians of Greece, The Old Calendar Orthodox Church of Greece book to use the traditional calendar sanctioned by the holy Fathers, refuse to accept.

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It should be added that the New Calendar was introduced into the Orthodox Church not for the sake of astronomical correctness, but as the first step in achieving a forced, false union of the Orthodox Church with non-Orthodox New Calendarist Christian bodies [i.e., Roman Catholic, Protestant, etc.], for the sake of certain secular advantages.

This wiki page states that "Those Orthodox Churches which remain in full communion with the New Calendarists and yet continue to use the Julian calendar, include the Orthodox Church of Jerusalem, the Russian Orthodox Church, the Serbian Orthodox Church, and the Georgian Orthodox Church.

(The Julian calendar is also used by the Russian Orthodox. In the New Testament, Christ fasted for forty days in the wilderness before starting his period of fasting subsequently became a common practice, first under the apostles and then throughout early Christianity.

In the Orthodox Church, it has retained its role as a form of ascesis, or spiritual self-discipline for the faithful. the True (Old Calendar) Orthodox Church of Greece and a man of true Christian principle and conscience, who helped to call us from darkness into the light of True Orthodoxy and who blessed us to write this book.

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