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Offline mike

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The Serbian Orthodox Church has decided not to extend an invitation to Pope Benedict XVI to attend celebrations marking the 1700th anniversary of the Edict of Milan, which will take place in Nis in 2013...
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What does the term "ecumenical" mean in this context?

Offline Peter J

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What does the term "ecumenical" mean in this context?

Good question. And, more specifically, I wonder who is invited. Some OOs? Some ECs? Some LCs (not including the Pope)? Some Protestants?
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The fact that he did not invite the Pope does not mean that he did not invite any representatives of the Catholic Church.
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The fact that he did not invite the Pope does not mean that he did not invite any representatives of the Catholic Church.

Says who?
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The fact that he did not invite the Pope does not mean that he did not invite any representatives of the Catholic Church.
being a bishop of the Catholic Church, why would the Patriarch of Serbia invite any representative of the Catholic Church?

Were the Vatican's bishops in Serbia invited?

Is the Vatican doing anything at Milan?

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The fact that he did not invite the Pope does not mean that he did not invite any representatives of the Catholic Church.

Says who?

Logic.
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What does the term "ecumenical" mean in this context?
The local muezzin, I guess.