Divine Liturgy Celebrated on the Sunday of Orthodoxy by Primates of Local Orthodox Churches in Istanbul

Natalya Mihailova | 09 March 2014

OCP News Service – 9/3/14

Istanbul: The Primates of Local Orthodox Churches celebrated Divine Liturgy on the Sunday of Orthodox March 9th 2014 in Istanbul at the Cathedral of St George in the Ecumenical Patriarchate.

Divine Liturgy made ​​was led by His All Holiness the Ecumenical and co-celebrated by Patriarch Bartholomew, His Beatitude Pope and Patriarch Theodore II  of Alexandria and all Africa, His Beatitude Patriarch Theophilos III  of the Holy City of Jerusalem and All Palestine, His Holiness Patriarch Kirill  of Moscow and All Russia, His Holiness and Beatitude Catholicos-Patriarch Ilia II of all Georgia, His Holiness Patriarch Irenious of Serbia, His Beatitude Patriarch Daniel of All Romania , His Holiness Patriarch Neophyite of All Bulgaria , His Beatitude Archbishop Chrysostom of All Cyprus Chrysostomos II , His Beatitude Archbishop Irenymos of Athens and All Greece, His Beatitude Archbishop Anastasios  of Tirana and All Albania and His Beatitude Metropolitan Sava of Warsaw and All Poland.

Source: OCP News Service

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