The fact that he is listed on a website of an Archdiocese of the Oecumenical Patriarchate does not mean that he has been commemorated by the Phanar, there's a good chance the Phanar doesn't even know about this. With that said, if he is commemorated by the Phanar, has been entered into their Synaxarion, or is regarded as a Saint by the Patriarchate then I yield that he is a Saint. But even if he has been regarded as such, his attacks on the Oecumenical Throne are still Libelous and unbecomming of the Episcopal Dignity...but no one is perfect, not even the saints.
Um...Isn't St. Mark Evgenikos commemorated by the Phanar? Didn't he say some nasty things about the "Oecumenical Throne" (I think this is a stupid appellation btw). I think you will find that the Phanar has entered St. John Maximovitch into the Synaxarion, and even if they hadn't, the Patriarchates of Moscow, Antioch and Serbia certainly have
, and surely you recognise their Saints?ÃƒÆ’Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ãƒâ€š And if you do recognise St. John Maximovitch, do you consider you have the right to blaspheme the Saints, accusing them of "libel" by virtue of the fact that they spoke of the failings of the "Oecumenical Throne"? If the Saints had not spoken against the "Oecumenical Throne", we would all now be Nerstorians. Don't turn the "Oecumenical Throne" into an idol and a substitute for Christ Who alone is the Head of the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church. Stop making the "Oecumenical Throne" into the "Vicar of Christ."
And please do not bring shame on to Greek Orthodoxy by presenting phyletism as the standard. We are not phyletists. Greeks have always had a deep respect for Russian Orthodoxy, I remember how moved Archbishop Augistinos of Florina was when he saw the Russians worshipping: "They weep in their Liturgies and Services- it is to our shame that we do not weep."
I don't know about the US, but here in Australia there are thousands leaving the Ecumenical Patriarchate to join ROCOR, and the Synod in Resistence exactley because of the new ceasaro-papism of what you call the "Oecumenical Throne". The Greek Orthodox Community even requested the Patriarchate of Jerusalem to establish parishes here three years ago, but the "Oecumenical Throne" forbad it with threats of deposings and excomunications.
The Phanar has indeed fallen as St. John Maximotvich said, and I say this as one of it's own sons.
If I were you, I'd beg forgiveness from St. John Maximovich for your disrespect, and from God Who is "wonderous in His Saints."