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« on: April 09, 2005, 10:58:30 AM »

For the benefit of those who feel "indignant" because of the attendance of their hierarchs in the Funeral Mass for His Holiness, Pope John Paul II, this is the list of Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox attendees published by the Vatican.

There were around 140 other official religious delegations but the Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox topped the list and were seated first in the order of precedence. If you watched the live telecast, or a replay thereof, the Eastern hierarchs were seated on the left of your TV screen together with, but in front of, the Catholic hierarchs while the reigning monarchs, Presidents, Prime Ministers, and lesser representatives of nations and governments were seated across on the right of your screen.

CHIESE ORTODOSSE:

PATRIARCATO ECUMENICO:

Sua Santit+á Bartolomeo I
Arcivescovo di Costantinopoli
Patriarca ecumenico

Sua Eminenza Gennadios
Arcivescovo d’Italia - Esarca per l’Europa Orientale
[del Patriarcato ecumenico]

Sua Eminenza Cyril
Metropolita di Imbros

Sua Eminenza Johannis
Metropolita di Pergamo

Rev.do Diacono Dositheos Anagnostopoulos
[Sig. Nicholas Manginas, fotografo]

PATRIARCATO GRECO ORTODOSSO D’ALESSANDRIA E DI TUTTA L’AFRICA:

S.E. Petros
Metropolita d’Axoum

PATRIARCATO GRECO ORTODOSSO DI GERUSALEMME:

Archimandrita Theoktistos
Esarca del Patriarcato di Gerusalemme ad Atene

Prof. Spyridon Kontoyannis
Docente dell’Universit+á di Atene

PATRIARCATO DI MOSCA:

S.E. Kirill
Metropolita di Smolensk e Kaliningrad
Presidente del Dipartimento per le Relazioni Ecclesiastiche Estere del Patriarcato

Rev. Igor Vyzhanov
Facente Funzione di Segretario per le Relazioni con la Chiesa Ccattolica del Dipartimento per
le Relazioni Ecclesiastiche Estere del Patriarcato

CHIESA ORTODOSSA UCRAINA (PATRIARCATO DI MOSCA):

S.E. Mitrofan
Arcivescovo di Pereiaslav-Khmelnitsky
Incaricato per gli Affari della Chiesa Ortodossa Ucraina (Patriarcato di Mosca)

CHIESA ORTODOSSA DI GEORGIA:

S.E. Daniel [Datuashvili]
Metropolita di Tskhum-Abkhazia

S.E. Gerasime [Sharashenidze]
Vescovo di Zugdidi e Tsaishi

Incaricato per le Relazioni interecclesiali della Chiesa ortodossa di Georgia
Rev.do Arciprete Giorgi Zviadadze

PATRIARCATO ORTODOSSO DI SERBIA:

S.E. Jovan
Metropolita di Zagabria, Lubljana e tutta l’Italia

S.E. Lavrentije
Vescovo di Sabac-Valjevo

PATRIARCATO ORTODOSSO DI ROMANIA:

S.E. Daniel
Metropolita di Moldavia e Bucovina

S.E. Iosif
Metropolita per l’Europa Occidentale e Meridionale della Chiesa ortodossa romena

Rev.mo P. Ciprian Campineanul
Assistente Patriarcale

S.E. Siluan
Vescovo assistente del Metropolita per l’Europa Occidentale e Meridionale

Rev. Diacono Costin Spiridon
Ufficio del Protocollo Patriarcale

CHIESA ORTODOSSA DI FINLANDIA:

Sua Eminenza Leo
Arcivescovo di Karelia e di tutta la Finlandia

CHIESA ORTODOSSA DI BULGARIA:

S.E. Neofit
Metropolita di Russe

S.E. Dometian
Metropolita di Vidin

S.E. Tihon
Vescovo Vicario del Metropolita della Chiesa ortodossa bulgara per l’Europa

Rev. Diacono Dionissii

CHIESA ORTODOSSA DEL PAESE CECO E DI SLOVACCHIA:

Rev. Ladislav Bil++
Cancelleria della Curia Metropolitana

Rev J+ín Nov+ík
Segretario della Curia Metropolitana

CHIESA ORTODOSSA DI CIPRO:

S.E. Chrysostomos
Metropolita di Paphos, Facente Funzione di Arcivescovo di Nea Justiniana e Cipro

S.E. Basilios
Vescovo di Trimithos, Vescovo Assistente

S.E. Nikiphoros
Vescovo di Kykko, Egumeno del Sacro Monastero di Kykko

Rev.mo Dyonisios Papachristophorou
Abate del Monastero di Chrysoroyatissa

Rev.do Archimandrita Isaias
Sacro Monastero di Kykko

CHIESA ORTODOSSA DI GRECIA:

Sua Beatitudine Christodo+¦los
Arcivescovo di Atene e di tutta la Grecia

S.E. Ignatios
Metropolita di Demetrias
Presidente del Comitato Sinodale per le relazioni interortodosse e intercristiane

S.E. Nectarios
Metropolita di Corf+¦

S.E. Dorotheos
Metropolita di Syros

Il Rev.do Protopresbitero Thomas Synodinos
Cancelliere dell’Arcidiocesi di Atene

Il Rev.do Archimandrita Ignatios Sotiriadis
Segretario della Commissione sinodale per le relazioni intercristiane

CHIESA ORTODOSSA DI POLONIA:

S.E. Jeremiasz
Arcivescovo di Wroc-+aw e Szczecin

CHIESA ORTODOSSA D’ALBANIA:

Sua Beatitudine Anastas
Arcivescovo di Tirana e di tutta l’Albania

Rev.do Diacono Bakalbassi

CHIESA ORTODOSSA IN AMERICA [ORTHODOX CHURCH IN AMERICA]:

S.E. Seraphim
Vescovo di Ottawa

Rev. Dr. Alexander Rentel
Docente, St. Valdimirs Orthodox Theological Seminary

CHIESE ORTODOSSE ORIENTALI:

PATRIARCATO COPTO ORTODOSSO D’EGITTO:

S.E. Barnaba El-Soryany
Vescovo dei Copti ortodossi in Italia

PATRIARCATO SIRO ORTODOSSO D’ANTIOCHIA E DI TUTTO L’ORIENTE:

S.E. Mor Gregorios Yohanna Ibrahim
Arcivescovo di Aleppo

CHIESA APOSTOLICA ARMENA (SEDE DI ETCHMIADZIN):

Sua Santit+á Karekin II
Patriarca supremo e Catholicos di tutti gli Armeni

S.B. Mesrob II [Mutafian]
Patriarca armeno di Istanbul

S.E. Khajag [Barsamian]
Primate della Diocesi Orientale degli Stati Uniti (New York)

Rev.do P. Geghard Vahuni
[Segretario privato del Patriarca]

Rev.do P. Tatul Anushian
Patriarcato armeno di Istanbul

CATHOLICOSSATO DI CILICIA DEGLI ARMENI (SEDE DI ANTELIAS):

Sua Santit+á Aram I
Catholicos di Cilicia degli Armeni

S.E. il Vescovo Nareg Alemezian
Incaricato per le Relazioni con la Chiesa cattolica

CHIESA ORTODOSSA D’ETIOPIA:

Sua Santit+á Abba Paulos
Patriarca d’Etiopia

S.E. Abuna Dott. Timotheos [Habtselassie Tesfa]
Arcivescovo, Rettore del St. Trinity Theological College

S.E. Abuna Filipos [Gebremariam Feleke]
Arcivescovo di Illubabor

Sig. Ato Mulgete Bekele

CHIESA ORTODOSSA DI ERITREA:

S.E. Abuna Shenouda
Vescovo delle Chiese eritree in Europa

CHIESA ASSIRA DELL’ORIENTE:

Sua Santit+á Mar Dinkha IV
Catholicos Patriarca della Chiesa assira dell’Oriente

S.E. Mar Bawai Ashur Soro
Vescovo di Eastern USA
Segretario Generale della “Commission on Inter-Church Relations and Education Development”
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I wish to express my own gratitude for the presence of the Eeastern hierarchs and thanks for bearing with me.

Amado
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« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2005, 02:54:55 PM »

Is there an english translation list?  I thinik I figured most of them out, but it would be a lot easier in English.  Thanks.
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« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2005, 05:37:54 PM »

For the benefit of those who feel "indignant" because of the attendance of their hierarchs in the Funeral Mass for His Holiness, Pope John Paul II, this is the list of Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox attendees published by the Vatican.

There were around 140 other official religious delegations but the Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox topped the list and were seated first in the order of precedence. If you watched the live telecast, or a replay thereof, the Eastern hierarchs were seated on the left of your TV screen, while the reigning monarchs, Presidents, Prime Ministers, and lesser representatives of nations and governments were seated across on the right of your screen.



Amado, Thanks so much for this! I had been looking for a list of the Orthodox delegation but had't found it yet... I'm pleased that we had a good presence at this... We exist , we care, we pray, it is good to have been there1
In XC, Kizzy
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« Reply #3 on: April 09, 2005, 05:59:50 PM »

Dear Elisha:

I accessed the English version of the Vatican site many times but it comes out with this list in Italian (?) every time. I think it will take a few more days or longer before the English version is posted. And there might be some additions.

At any rate, I could decipher that the EP, the Greek Orthodox Church, and the OCA (with the attendance of the Dean of St. Vladimir's Seminary) were there. The Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem also sent a representative as well as the ROC-MP in the person of Met. Kiril. Ditto for the 3 Patriarchs of the Armenians.

There should be no hard feelings on the part of the Orthodox. After all, the Church of Rome, one of the apostolic Churches, lost her Pope and Patriarch of 26 years! In a sense, the Eastern Churches were there as "part" of the universal Church. If you noticed, the Eastern hierarchs were seated in front of the Metropolitans, Archbishops, and Bishops of the Catholic Church. The Patriarch of Ethiopia was also there.

It was also in the news that HB Teoctist, the 91-year old Patriarch of Romania, wanted to be there but was too ill to travel.

Amado



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« Reply #4 on: April 09, 2005, 06:37:24 PM »

(with the attendance of the Dean of St. Vladimir's Seminary) were there.

I don't think 'Docente' means Dean.  Either that, or it is inaccurate.  AFAIK, Prof John Ericksdon is the Dean of St. Vlad's.  Anastasios, can you please confirm?
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« Reply #5 on: April 09, 2005, 07:35:36 PM »

Elisha is right Prof John Erickson is the Dean of St. Vlads. Fr. Alexander Rental is the professor of Canon Law and Byzantine Studies (I think that is his title - he also teaches Greek). The Docente proably refers to the Doctorate he recieved from the Pontifical Institute in Rome.
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« Reply #6 on: April 09, 2005, 07:54:40 PM »

Forgive my poor translation.

Yes, I think "Docente" refers to a teacher, a revered teacher, and, therefore, a professor! Being an alumnus of one of Rome's Pontifical Universities, he must have completed his doctorate (in Canon Law) with distinction!

At any rate, one of OCA's respected professors was at the funeral of Pope John Paul II.

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« Reply #7 on: April 09, 2005, 09:44:16 PM »

You know, I think if it were up to the people of The Latin and Orthodox Churches we would reunify alot faster than it will take our leaders to get it done. We are all part of the body of Christ and we are connected through Christ in a way that only Catholic Christians understand.



Amado, Thanks so much for this! I had been looking for a list of the Orthodox delegation but had't found it yet... I'm pleased that we had a good presence at this... We exist , we care, we pray, it is good to have been there1
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« Reply #8 on: April 10, 2005, 05:24:47 AM »

Ditto for the 3 Patriarchs of the Armenians.

Amado,

Actually the Armenian Supreme Catolicos of Holy Etchmiadzin and the Armenian Catolicos of the Great House of Cilicia were both in attendance, as were the Armenian Patriachs of Jerusalem and Constantinople.

Many years,

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