Byzantine Catholic Orthodox Church Canonical

Welcome to Byzantine Catholic Orthodox Church Canonical. We are members of the Orthodox Church of France and Europe.Our Metropolis holds its full autonomy

The Byzanantine Catholic Orthodox Churc, His Holines Patriarch Nicolas l is the superior of the Church . Draws a vicar-general and priests to serve the mission of the Diocesis . who we are: First of all priests who have a passionate love for Jesus Christ and want to follow the style of the Saints. We characterized one mind with the Church , in the communion of people with their pastors , designed to build unity of men in the diversity of peoples. On the ideal of those who love Christ and His Holy Church and surrenders unconditionally to the proclamation of the Kingdom . As the church exist to evangelise. Crusaders : Because companies evokes the desire for risky and aggressive , the most selfless and hidden service work looking for the greater glory of God. From the Church : For the deep love her new people of God,and filial loyalty and our Patriarch SS Bartolomew l, Bishop DOM GEOVANNES CHRISOSTOMO – OSBM, successors of the Apostles . We characterized: Being men of our word , we want to bring to our world : In the announcement and construction of the Kingdom, that brings us together and gave us the ser.The love and service to the Church as a mystery of unity and listening to the clamor communion.Hopes and sufferings of humanity . Open to the universality "The mission does not put limits on its program , its boundaries are the world " " The word of God incarnate is the only one who can create, redeem, transform the face of the earth . We must be the word of God incarnate " In our Bishop Markuz the charism and spirituality are two flags which express ... I felt immense desire to enlist a group of people for the work of Christ. " From this deep experience of God wanted to live the " greatest service " . We want to share A family life simple and austere living God Reinode signs : brotherhood , equality , freedom , joy and celebration . Open to all . Especially the poor. That face of consumerism and materialism , seeks to be an alternative , as society seed a community that prays and works . Prayer and the work gives meaning to our lives , we pray in the acción.Una community where everything is shared , faith , hope , mission and bread ... because you love. Our lifestyle is simple and cozy , our mission is among the common people , sharing what we are and live simple tenemos.Somos poverty from work and solidarity with all . Jesus Christ in our mission Christ the King of Kings and Lord of the Church , synthesis of action, is our model . In our ecclesial experience , Master Jesus has a special place . It leads us to be , within the ecclesial community and bond strength , testimony of faith and apostolic commitment . Like Christ, we want to give prophetic word worthless and transformer to proclaim the mercies of God , that fills the humble goods and calls the powerful , revealing to all the loving plan of God. Ecumenical Patriarchate His Holiness Bartholomew I Archbishop of Constantinople - New Rome Ecumenical Patriarch. We recognize that the Holy Pope Francis as the Vicar of Christ on earth and the father of the whole Church in the world, we believe in the infallibility Papal in the Apostolic Creed, and a Universal Church. Our Chapel of the Holy Sepulchre: After ascending all the steps to the ground floor again, immediately on the left is the GreekChapel of the Derision. It commemorates the mocking of Jesus by the Roman soldiers. Under the altar is a fragment of a column, said to be the one Jesus sat on when the crown of thorns was put on his head.

Mission: Christ's mission is ours, His person is our identity. "There are such riches in the priesthood, if we can only help them to realize." It is the joyful living of this gift - the priesthood of Jesus Christ, and the Jesus Christ of the gospel - which the Holy Spirit, the world, and the poor ask of us.


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Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew and Pope Francis Sign Joint Declaration

Sunday, November 30, 2014

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ISTANBUL – Pope Francis and Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew signed a Joint Declaration with consequential importance for Christian unity and momentous impact on the suffering of Christians in the Middle East.
The two leaders recalled with joy and gratitude their recent encounter in Jerusalem to commemorate the 50th anniversary since the meeting there of their predecessors, Pope Paul VI and Patriarch Athenagoras. They also referred to visits to the Phanar by their predecessors, Popes John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI.
However, two-thirds of the statement was dedicated to the crisis in the Middle East, the "ecumenism of suffering" especially in Iraq and Syria, as well as the conflict in Ukraine. The two primates underlined:
We cannot resign ourselves to a Middle East without Christians, who have professed the name of Jesus there for two thousand years. Many of our brothers and sisters are being persecuted and have been forced violently from their homes. It even seems that the value of human life has been lost, that the human person no longer matters and may be sacrificed to other interests. And, tragically, all this is met by the indifference of many.
With regard to the dialogue with Islam, the Pope and the Patriarch noted:
The grave challenges facing the world in the present situation require the solidarity of all people of good will, and so we also recognize the importance of promoting a constructive dialogue with Islam based on mutual respect and friendship. Inspired by common values and strengthened by genuine fraternal sentiments, Muslims and Christians are called to work together for the sake of justice, peace and respect for the dignity and rights of every person, especially in those regions where they once lived for centuries in peaceful coexistence and now tragically suffer together the horrors of war.
Finally, the two leaders expressed their concern about the ongoing crisis in Ukraine:
We also remember all the people who experience the sufferings of war. In particular, we pray for peace in Ukraine, a country of ancient Christian tradition, while we call upon all parties involved to pursue the path of dialogue and of respect for international law in order to bring an end to the conflict and allow all Ukrainians to live in harmony.

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