Isa, my brother,
As I think you well know, I generally avoid these kinds of threads like the plague (and fully support the comments made above by my friend and brother, podkarpatska). However, in this instance, your, assuredly unintentional, selective choices in posted documentation reluctantly push me to the point of contributing to the chaos.
I've no doubt that you intended to add, to the two statements of the Syriacs that you posted above, the Joint Statements of the Syriac Orthodox and Catholics? To save you the time of digging out the link, I've provided it and an excerpt.
I do, however, decline to post the entire text because, unlike many, I decry the waste of bandwidth that accompanies so many threads (speaking, of course, of threads which aren't themselves a waste of bandwidth) in which near entire coffee table-sized texts (replete with illustrations and maps) are posted, quoted, and requoted, in their entirety, ad infinitum.Dialogue and Joint Declarations with the Roman Catholic Church
- The second (if I remember correctly) of the declarations, while acknowledging the impossibility of concelebration at this time, allows for the provision of the Mysteries by presbyters of each Church (Syriac Orthodox and Catholic) to the faithful of its Sister Church as a matter of pastoral care.
8. Since it is the chief expression of Christian unity between the faithful and between Bishops and priests, the Holy Eucharist cannot yet be concelebrated by us. Such celebration supposes a complete identity of faith such as does not yet exist between us. Certain questions, in fact, still need to be resolved touching the Lord's will for His Church, as also the doctrinal implications and canonical details of the traditions proper to our communities which have been too long separated.
9. Our identity in faith, though not yet complete, entitles us to envisage collaboration between our Churches in pastoral care, in situations which nowadays are frequent both because of the dispersion of our faithful throughout the world and because of the precarious conditions of these difficult times. It is not rare, in fact, for our faithful to find access to a priest of their own Church materially or morally impossible. Anxious to meet their needs and with their spiritual benefit in mind, we authorize them in such cases to ask for the Sacraments of Penance, Eucharist and Anointing of the Sick from lawful priests of either of our two sister Churches, when they need them. It would be a logical corollary of collaboration in pastoral care to cooperate in priestly formation and theological education. Bishops are encouraged to promote sharing of facilities for theological education where they judge it to be advisable. While doing this we do not forget that we must still do all in our power to achieve the full visible communion between the Catholic Church and the Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch and ceaselessly implore our Lord to grant us that unity which alone will enable us to give to the world a fully unanimous Gospel witness.
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