Ecumenistic soccer.

Interfaith worship place for Euro 2012

Poland – Photos of interfaith worship space created for the needs of players of different ethnic groups of the European Championship Euro 2012. (gazeta)

The Interfaith worship place.


A Catholic.


A Hebrew.


A Muslim.


The “Orthodox” of course…


And the team…

Germany: photographs from the “Day of Ecumenism”.

“Orthodox” Metropolitan Augustine of Germany of the Ecumenical Patriarchate.

It has been reported by various sources that “Orthodox” Metropolitan Augustine of Germany of the Ecumenical Patriarchate has violated the holy cannons of the Orthodox Church by receiving “holy water” from a Roman Catholic bishop as well as taking part in non-Orthodox liturgical services during an ecumenical event held on May 5, 2012, at Trier, Germany.

The event was attended by Orthodox Churches, of Monophysites, of Nestorians, of Roman Catholics, of Anglicans and of several other Protestant denominations. The presence of female  “priestesses” was also very much visible.

The Day of Ecumenism (May 5) was established in Germany in 2003 to bring together divided German Christians of various denominations and churches who believe in the Holy Trinity to symbolically celebrate their mutual cooperation. This year thousands of pilgrims gathered in Trier to venerate an alleged robe of Christ. When the various Christian representatives gathered at the Basilica of Constantine they dipped their hand in water and symbolically baptized each other on the forehead with an open hand, saying: “You are baptized in the Name of the Triune God!”


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Patriarch Theophilos of Jerusalem awards female Lutheran “bishop” (photo).

Patriarch Theophilos of Jerusalem

On Monday, March 6 /19, 2012, Patriarch Theophilos of Jerusalem awarded the female Lutheran “bishop”  Helga Haugland Byfugien, from Norway, a Mother of Pearl priest’s cross made in Bethlehem.

Ecumenism holds mighty as it seems.


Ecumenism in Spain (photo).


By way of Accion Liturgica, which in turn came from, comes word of the celebration of the Hispano-Mozarabic rite by the Archbishop of Toledo, D. Braulio Rodríguez Plaza, in the presence of Eastern “Orthodox” Metropolitan Policarpos Stavrópoulos (Ecumenical Patriarchate), celebrated on the feast of St. Ildefonso of Toledo and coinciding with the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.