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: video from the “Day of Ecumenism”(in German).

The church where the “Day of Ecumenism” took place in Trier, Germany,  was built by Saint Constantine the Great  (306–337 AD) at the beginning of the 4th century. It is now used by Protestants.


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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More Ecumenism: Muslim Call to Prayer in a (Roman Catholic?) church.

At an ecumenical prayer service in a (Roman Catholic?) church the Imam intoned the “Azan” (Islamic call to prayer) surrounded by Rabbis, Protestant pastors and Roman Catholic clergy. This happened recently but it does not specify where.

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 Ireland.

Papism and Orthodoxy…

[ Periodically the Roman Catholic Church has what is known as an “Eucharistic Congress.” This occurs somewhere internationally as does their “World Youth Day.” This convention is designed to instill greater respect for and worthy reception of the “Blessed Sacrament” i.e., Roman Catholic Communion. The next one will occur in Ireland and Metropolitan Hilarion Alfeyev of the Moscow Patriarchate will give the sermon.” ]
Roman Catholic IEC 2012* launches Ecumenical Programme.
IEC 2012 launched the Ecumenical Programme, a unique element of the 50th International Eucharistic Congress which takes place in June 2012. 
At the start of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (18th-25 January) the organising committee of the 50th International Eucharistic Congress launched the ecumenical programme of the Congress. The ecumenical programme will take place on the first day of the Congress, Monday 11th June. 
The Congress will celebrate and reflect on the relationship of Communion into which Christians are drawn through baptism.
Most Rev. Michael Jackson, Church of Ireland Archbishop of Dublin will celebrate a Liturgy of Word and Water. Metropolitan Hilarion Alfeyev of the Russian Orthodox Church will preach the homily. Brother Alois Löser, Prior of Taizé, will give a catechesis on Baptism. 
Speaking at the launch of the ecumenical programme, Father Kevin Doran, Secretary General in IEC2012 said: “These concrete expressions of our communion can help to place more focus on the unity which we already have as Christians”. 
The above-linked document on the ecumenical programme for this year’s International Eucharistic Congress notes that the level of ecumenical involvement in it is unique compared to those of previous International Eucharistic Congresses:
While previous Congresses have sometimes included an ecumenical workshop or prayer, the extensive involvement of Christians of other traditions in so many elements of this Congress (preparation of pastoral resources; Congress week programme; youth programme) is quite unique…
Fr. Doran expressed his hope that “these concrete expressions of our communion can help to place more focus on the unity which we already have as Christians”.

The document further notes that the “Liturgy of Word and Water” to be celebrated by the Anglican Archbishop of Dublin will be the International Eucharistic Congress’ principal liturgy on its first full day (June 11). A number of Protestants will also make presentations in the course of the Congress.

*International Eucharistic Congress

Ecumenism in Spain (photo).


By way of Accion Liturgica, which in turn came from LexOrandi.es, 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.



Celebrating Assisi in Arras, France with the Koran on the Altar…

Icons, a prayerbook – and the Koran in the center of the altar…

In the Roman Catholic Church of the Holy Savior (Saint-Sauveur), in the Diocese of Arras (Pas-de-Calais, France), an “Interreligious prayer vigil” was held on October 26, 2011, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the first Assisi interreligious meeting.

Attending were the Roman Catholic priest, an Orthodox priest, an imam, a Lutheran pastor and a rabbi:

The procession of the “interreligious gifts”…

Voodoo and Santeria at Assisi!!!

From the Associated Press report:

“Standing on the altar of St. Mary of the Angels basilica, Wande Abimbola of Nigeria, representing Africa’s traditional Yoruba religion, sang and shook a percussion instrument as he told the delegates that peace can only come with greater respect for indigenous religions.”

Assisi, 2011. (1)

Assisi, 2011.


Assisi, 2011. (2)

Assisi, 2011.


Assisi, 2011. (3)

Assisi, 2011.

“We must always remember that our own religion, along with the religions practiced by other people, are valid and precious in the eyes of the Almighty, who created all of us with such plural and different ways of life and belief systems,” he said.”



And also here is the link to another video of Wände Abimbola as he adressed the pope and patriarch and began to chant hymns to one of his gods, Olokun, as he shook a rattle in the god’s honor. The pope and patriarch smiled approvingly.: http://gloria.tv/

The Synod of the “Orthodox” Bishops of France, have stated their satisfaction concerning the “spirit of Assisi”!!!

 The Synod of Orthodox Bishops of France, expressed their satisfaction with the most outrageous Ecumenistic prayer in history.

Paris, October 24, 2011 – With an announcement the Synod of the Orthodox Bishops of France, made a short tribute to the 25th anniversary of the Assisi after 27/10/1986.

The Presidency of the Conference of the Orthodox Bishops of France is under the Metropolitan of France Emmanuel. The Synod welcomes the “spirit of Assisi” and hopes that this will be in our times. The Orthodox bishops of the various local Churches, stressed the importance of dialogue, especially interreligious and feel that it promotes mutual understanding, peace, progress and mutual respect.

The press release states: “Now, during the global crisis, more than ever it is a necessity, not only to overcome the historical wounds, but to work together for peace and to overcome the tensions created from these crises.”

The Synod of the “Orthodox” Bishops of France, having welcomed the “spirit of Assisi”, decided to participate in interfaith “religious meetings for peace”, which are to be held in Paris on October 27 by the Roman Catholics, and the  ecumenical community of St. “Giles.

Source: aktines