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Fourth Meeting of the Heads of the Oriental Orthodox Churches in the Middle East
Common Declaration
Veröffentlicht am:  17. März 2001
Veröffentlicht durch: Pope Shenouda III, Patriarch Zakka I Iwas, Catholicos Aram I
St. Mark Center of the Coptic Orthodox Church, Cairo, Egypt. "We have come again together as a fellowship of the Oriental Orthodox Churches in the Middle East, to pray together, to re-affirm our unity in faith and our firm attachment to the first three Ecumenical Councils of Nicea (325), Constantinople (381) and Ephesus (431), as well as to the teachings of our church fathers."
Fourth Meeting of the Heads of the Oriental Orthodox Churches in the Middle East [pdf, 186.16 kb]
http://www.suryoyo.uni-goettingen.de/library/5meeting-orientalchurchs.htm

Common Declaration
Veröffentlicht am:  27. September 2001
Veröffentlicht durch: Pope John Paul II and Catholicos Karekin II
For the first time in the history of the Roman Catholic and Armenian Apostolic Churches, a Bishop of Rome visited Armenia. This historical and ground-breaking meeting between the two lungs of Christianity took place on Tuesday when HH Pope John-Paul II started a three-day pilgrimage to Holy Etchmiadzin in September 2001.
http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/john_paul_ii/speeches/2001/september/documents/hf_jp-ii_spe_20010927_decl-jp-ii-karekin-ii_en.html

Joint Communique
Veröffentlicht am:  9. November 2000
Veröffentlicht durch: Pope John Paul II and Catholicos Karekin II
Joint Communique of Pope John Paul II and Catholicos Karekin II on the occasion of the Jubilee of the Year 2000 and on the threshold of the 1700th anniversary of the proclamation of Christianity as the state religion of Armenia.
http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/john_paul_ii/speeches/2000/oct-dec/documents/hf_jp-ii_spe_20001109_john-paul-ii-karekin-ii_en.html

Common Declaration
Veröffentlicht am:  25. Januar 1997
Veröffentlicht durch: Pope John Paul II and Catholicos Aram I Keshishian of Cilicia
At the end of their meeting on Saturday, 25 January, 1997 Pope John Paul II and Catholicos Aram I Keshishian signed a Common Declaration. The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity "recalls the urgent need for full communion between Christians, for the sake of carrying out their essential mission which is first and foremost the witness to Christ who died and rose for humanity's salvation", they said in their joint statement, which was written in French.
http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/pontifical_councils/chrstuni/anc-orient-ch-docs/rc_pc_christuni_doc_19970125_jp-ii-aram-i_en.html

Common Declaration
Veröffentlicht am:  13. Dezember 1996
Veröffentlicht durch: Pope John Paul II and Supreme Catholicos Karekin I of all Armenians
The Armenians are considered non-Chalcedonian. The extent of their divergence from orthodox Christology, if any at all, was resolved by the Common Statement of Pope John Paul II and Armenian Catholicos (Patriarch) Karekin I during the latter's visit to Rome in December, 1996.
http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/pontifical_councils/chrstuni/anc-orient-ch-docs/rc_pc_christuni_doc_19961213_jp-ii-karekin-i_en.html

Joint Declaration
Veröffentlicht am:  12. Mai 1970
Veröffentlicht durch: Pope Paul VI and Supreme Catholicos-Patriarch Vasken I of all Armenians
For various reasons the Armenian Apostolic Church refused to accept the Council of Calcedonia which decreed the two natures in the person of Jesus Christ. But in the common declaration signed by Pope Paul VI and Vasken I (1967) both Churches recognise the same Christology, although expressed in different terms.
http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/pontifical_councils/chrstuni/anc-orient-ch-docs/rc_pc_christuni_doc_19700512_joint-decl_en.html

Common Declaration
Veröffentlicht am:  23. Juni 1984
Veröffentlicht durch: Pope John Paul II and Patriarch Mar Ignatius Zakka I Iwas
In their Common Declaration (June 1984), Pope John Paul II and Patriarch Ignatius Zakka I Iwas considered the two churches so close that they even envisaged cooperation in pastoral care, including some sacramental sharing. The historic nature of this declaration goes without saying. It is the first time in modern history that the Catholic Church and a church separated from it have agreed mutually to allow some forms of sacramental sharing. The same declaration also envisages cooperation in the formation and education of clergy.
http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/pontifical_councils/chrstuni/anc-orient-ch-docs/rc_pc_christuni_doc_19840623_jp-ii-zakka-i_en.html

Common Declaration
Veröffentlicht am:  27. Oktober 1971
Veröffentlicht durch: Pope Paul VI and Patriarch Mar Ignatius Yacoub III
During the reign of Patriarch Mar Yacoub III an attempt was made to narrow down the differences in explaining Christology between the Syriac Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church. This resulted in a joint declaration issued in Vatican on 27 October, 1971 signed by Patriarch Ya`qub and Pope Paul Vl.
http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/pontifical_councils/chrstuni/anc-orient-ch-docs/rc_pc_christuni_doc_19711025_syrian-church_en.html

Common Declaration
Veröffentlicht am:  10. Mai 1973
Veröffentlicht durch: Pope Paul VI and the Pope of Alexandria Shenouda III
In May 1973, His Holiness Pope Shenouda III paid a cordial visit to His Holiness, the late Pope Paul VI in Rome. This was the first meeting between an Alexandrine and Roman Pontiff since the time of the great schism of 451 AD. Both Popes signed a common Declaration, containing, amongst other things, a confession of common Faith in the mystery of the Word Incarnate.
http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/pontifical_councils/chrstuni/anc-orient-ch-docs/rc_pc_christuni_doc_19730510_copti_en.html

Guidelines for Admission to the Eucharist between the Chaldean Church and the Assyrian Church of the East
Veröffentlicht am:  20. Juli 2001
Veröffentlicht durch: Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity
Given the great distress of many Chaldean and Assyrian faithful, in their motherland and in the diaspora, impeding for many of them a normal sacramental life according to their own tradition, and in the ecumenical context of the bilateral dialogue between the Catholic Church and the Assyrian Church of the East, the request has been made to provide for admission to the Eucharist between the Chaldean Church and the Assyrian Church of the East. (...)
http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/pontifical_councils/chrstuni/documents/rc_pc_chrstuni_doc_20011025_chiesa-caldea-assira_en.html

Common Christological Declaration between the Catholic Church and the Assyrian Church of the East
Veröffentlicht am:  11. November 1994
Veröffentlicht durch: Pope John Paul II. and Catholicos-Patriarch Mar Dinkha IV
The Holy Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East - its precise name - is one of the most ancient Eastern Churches. Its origins go back to the preaching of St Thomas the Apostle and his disciples Addai and Mari in the first century. With a history marked by great missionary zeal, this Church of the Eastern Syriac language extended from the territories identified with ancient Mesopotamia all the way to India (where it brought Christianity to the Malabar Coast), Tibet, Mongolia and Manchuria.
http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/pontifical_councils/chrstuni/documents/rc_pc_chrstuni_doc_11111994_assyrian-church_en.html



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