Opinion Why the Meeting Between the Pope and Patriarch in Jerusalem Matters by Gregory Pappas May 24, 2014 written by Gregory Pappas May 24, 2014 The schism between the Catholic and Orthodox churches is still wide, but Ukraine reminds us how important the relationship is. Mark Greaves offers his viewpoint in The Guardian. Amazon.com Widgets Ecumenical Patriarch BartholomewGreek Orthodox Patriarchate of JerusalemPope Francis 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle + Gregory Pappas previous post Memorial Day Weekend in America next post Biden: Cyprus May Become Global Natural-Gas Hub You may also like What Joe Biden Can Learn From the Greek... April 7, 2021 Opinion: The Next 200 March 25, 2021 Ancient Greek Desire to Resolve Civil Strife Resonates... December 16, 2020 Human Rights Watch: Justice Delivered in Greece October 26, 2020 Opinion: Time to Contain the Deadly Virus of... May 11, 2020 Archbishop of Great Britain Offers Different Perspective on... April 25, 2020 Archbishop Nikitas: Providing Resilient Leadership in Vulnerable Times April 6, 2020 Opinion: “Oxi, Oxi, Oxi” to St. Nicholas Shrine! March 26, 2020 Opinion: For Now, Just Stay Home March 13, 2020 Mission Accomplished: Greece Needed to Show Confidence and... January 11, 2020 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.