Bartholomew I

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Bartholomew I,

1940–, Orthodox patriarch of Constantinople, b. Imvros, Turkey, as Dimitrios Archondonis. He attended theological seminary in İstanbul and later studied in Rome, Switzerland, and Germany. Chief adviser and administrator for Patriarch Dimitrios I, he was elected patriarch after his predecessor's death (1991). Prior to his election, he was metropolitan of Chalcedon from 1990 to 1991. Bartholomew has advocated contacts with other Christian churches, while strongly opposing efforts of some of them to win converts in traditional Orthodox lands in E Europe; he also has attempted to aid Orthodox Eastern churchesOrthodox Eastern Church,
community of Christian churches whose chief strength is in the Middle East and E Europe. Their members number some 300 million worldwide. The Orthodox agree doctrinally in accepting as ecumenical the first seven councils (see council, ecumenical) and in
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which, although very informative, doesn't really contribute to the actual witness of the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I (One can however agree with the editor's comment that although the Patriarch has not been involved in this dialogue, his ecumenical commitments are certainly in harmony with its goals.
Born in 1940 on the island of Imvros in Turkey, Bartholomew I attended the Patriarchal School at Halki (closed by Turkish authorities in 1974) in the 1960s, followed by studies in Rome, Munich, and Bossey.
In Burgas, Bartholomew I will be awarded a doctor honoris causa by the Burgas Free University.
In an excerpt from the interview, which will be broadcast in full on CBS on Sunday, Bartholomew I says that the tiny Greek minority in Turkey is not treated equally.
PHOTO Patriarch Bartholomew I leads the Divine Liturgy for more than 5,000 Orthodox Christians on Sunday at the Convention Center downtown.
In Burgas, Bartholomew I will be also awarded a doctor honoris causa by the Burgas Free University.
Photo: Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I of the Orthodox Church speaks during a visit to Washington, D.
But the fact is that chance, as characterized statistically (and Bartholomew is a statistician), can and will violate all expected patterns.
Ms Bartholomew is involved with policy development for the law library, training, and upgrading of legal library services, and provides pro-active personalized research services for the Legal Services Society staff.
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