Huh... I was reading that, according to one Roman Catholic, St. Meletius was never out of communion with Rome. According to this view, Rome (and Alexandria) may have preferred a different bishop for Antioch, but they never actually broke communion with St. Meletius. On a related note, there was supposed a Council of Antioch in 379, which St. Meletius presided over, and at which St. Meletius and the other eastern bishops assembled there approved a statement of faith from Rome. However, even according to this view, St. Meletius seemed to be in some kind of... I don't know what to call it... an imperfect communion, because it is said that St. Meletius and his supported needed to be reconciled to Rome, and that that didn't happen until 398. All of this is based on some things that the Catholic Fortescue said. Any Catholics want to chime in here on this idea?