Archbishop of Canterbury visits Greek Orthodox Leader in Alexandria

The Archbishop of Canterbury has received a warm welcome from His Beatitude Theodoros II, the Greek Orthodox Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria and Africa, during a visit to his residence in Alexandria. The Archbishop was invited to visit the Greek Orthodox Leader while in Alexandria for the Primates Meeting.

Patriarch Kirill to give a new impulse to inter-Orthodox relations – Bishop Hilarion

Dialogues between local Orthodox Churches may receive new development under Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia, Bishop Hilarion of Vienna and Austria, head of the Moscow Patriarchate Representation to European Institutions. "I believe new Patriarch will give a new start to inter-Orthodox relations and participation of the Russian Church in them," Bishop Hilarion has told Interfax-Religion on Wednesday.

The Moscow Patriarchate urges authorities to actively fight against ‘dictatorship of vulgarity’ on TV

The Moscow Patriarchate regrets that State Duma MPs decided against proposal of their North-Ossetian counterparts to limit TV and radio programs of erotic character. "We understand the initiative to restrict spreading of TV and radio programs of erotic character. There's nothing to do but regret that proposal of North-Ossetian MPs, who are concerned with the problem of youth defilement, didn't find understanding," head of the Moscow Patriarchate press service Fr. Vladimir Vigilyansky has told Interfax-Religion on Friday.

Patriarch Kirill of Russia to pay his first foreign visit to Kiev

Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Kirill will pay his first foreign visit to Ukraine. "I would like to visit the mother of Russian cities - Kiev, our ancient capital and the center of Russian Orthodoxy," Patriarch Kirill told the Rossiya TV channel.

Serbian Orthodox Church is concerned about the suggestion of the new Statute of the AP of Vojvodina

The Holy Synod of Bishops of the Serbian Orthodox Church,regarding the suggestion of the new Statute of AP of Vojvodina, addressed to Prof. Dr Slavica Djukic-Dejanovic, the President of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, which letter we convey here in whole, expressing serious concern for the sovereignty and the territorial integrity of the Republic of Serbia.

For the same reason, the letter was also sent to the President of the Republic of Serbia and the Prime Minister of the Government of the Republic of Serbia.