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Metropolitan Nektarios participates in the calling on the international community to act against climate change
Metropolitan Nektarios of Hong Kong and South East Asia participates in the calling on the international community to act against the climate change.
On February 26-27,2015, Metropolitan Nektarios of Hong Kong and South East Asia visited Philippines.
On Sunday, March 1, Sunday of Orthodoxy, Metropolitan Nektarios of Hong Kong and South East Asia, assisted by Fr.Jeffry Yang, celebrated the Divine Liturgy at Saint Luke Orthodox Cathedral in Hong Kong.
Many of you may be surprised that a religious leader concerned with “spiritual” values is accompanying a political leader involved with “secular” issues.
From February 26-27, 2015, His All-Holiness accompanied French President François Hollande on his official state visit to the Philippines, together with Metropolitan Emmanuel of France and Rev. Archdeacon John Chryssavgis.
St Polycarp was one of the most illustrious of the apostolic fathers, who, being the immediate disciples of the apostles, received instructions from their mouths, and inherited of them the spirit of Christ in a degree so much the more eminent as they lived nearer the fountain head.
Our Lord Jesus Christ grafts us into His body, inviting us to become saints, “just as He is holy.” (1 Peter 1.16) Our Creator wants us to be in communion with Him in order to taste His grace, which is to participate in His sanctity.
His All Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew will attend a climate change forum in the Philippines on Feb. 26-27, 2015, on the invitation of French President François Hollande.
Let us cry out with John the Baptist and Forerunner to the whole world: “Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!” (John 1:29).
Saint Photius was the chosen vessel of God in his times. He was, in other words, the outstanding, genuine bearer of Tradition and for that reason was the most famous and therefore the most significant theologian of the period.
Our Church has traditionally sought to build bridges between diverse faiths, cultures and peoples, between humanity and the natural environment, as well as to promote peace and solidarity in the name of God and for the sake of the human person.