Russian Orthodox Church Ready for Dialogue With UGCC

Mar 30th, 2011 | By | Category: Unity in the News

In his congratulation Metropolitan Hilarion expressed the hope that the Russian Orthodox and Ukrainian Catholic Churches can “gradually resolve acute and painful problems that accumulated over the years to the [better] welfare and prosperity of the Ukrainian people,” stating that “the Moscow Patriarchate is ready to develop constructive discussions with the [Ukrainian] Catholic Church … aimed at overcoming the existing difficulties.”
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  1. This is definitely a positive sign that Moscow does not simply want to ignore the UGCC, but sees it potentially as a partner on the path towards Christian unity. Words must be matched by actions, of course, but the acknowledgement of the difficulty is certainly a welcome first step in my opinion.

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