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On Ecumenism

Sixteenth Convocation for Orthodox Awareness: “The Dialogue With the Vatican and Expressions of Opposition to Papism” (Sunday of Orthodoxy, March 3/16, 2008) ( Play All, 120′ ; Play All High Quality)

Introduction (27′ 57″, 76.1 MB; High Quality, 151 MB)

Contents:

- Entrance of His Grace, Bishop Cyprian of Oreoi, “Eis pollá éte, Déspota”

- Byzantine Choir:

“To thee, O Guardian Leader,” Plagal of the Fourth Tone, Kontakion

“Thine immaculate Icon,” Second Tone, Apolytikion

“Servants of the Trinity,” Fourth Tone, Apolytikion of the Three New Holy Hierarchs

• Verses from the Great Doxology, Plagal of the Fourth Tone, larghetto, by Iakovos the Protopsaltes

- Presenter: Opening remarks of the Sixteenth Convocation

- Byzantine Choir:

“O joyous Light...,” Vesperal Thanksgiving Hymn, Second Tone. Abridged arrangement by Socrates Papadopoulos.

• Verses from the Polyeleos "O ye servants, praise the Lord..."Plagal of the First Tone, by Petros the Peloponnesian, Chanter of the Great Church of Christ.

- Presenter: Introduction to the Sixteenth Convocation

Part I of the presentation, on the subject: “The Dialogue With the Vatican and Expressions of Opposition to Papism” by His Grace, Bishop Klemes of Gardikion (28′ 40″, 78 MB; High Quality, 155 MB)

Documentary entitled: “The Phanar and the Vatican: ‘Towards a Final Amalgamation?’” (18′ 36″, 42.3 MB) (High Quality, 86.2 MB)

Part II of the presentation (31′ 56″, 85.1 MB; High Quality, 164 MB)

Conclusion (12′ 49″, 32.8 MB; High Quality, 69.7 MB)

Contents:

- Presenter: Epilogue to the Sixteenth Convocation

- His Grace, Bishop Cyprian of Oreoi, Acting President of the Holy Synod: Concluding address

- Byzantine Choir:

“Ton Despóten,”, Second Tone

“What God is Great as our God,”, Grave Tone

- “Through the prayers....”

Fifteenth Convocation for Orthodox Awareness: “The Condemnation of the Heresy of Papism by the Orthodox Church” (Sunday of Orthodoxy, 12/25 February 2007) ( Play All, 133′ 15″)

- See all of the texts (presenter and the speakers) of the Fifteenth Convocation (pdf, 596 KB) (Russian pdf, 586 KB)

Introduction (24′ 05″, 49.4 MB)

Contents:

- Entrance of His Eminence, Metropolitan Cyprian of Oropos and Fili, “Eis pollá éte, Déspota”

- Byzantine Choir:

“To thee, O Guardian Leader,” Plagal of the Fourth Tone, Kontakion

“Thine immaculate Icon,” Second Tone, Apolytikion

“Servants of the Trinity,” Fourth Tone, Apolytikion of the Three New Holy Hierarchs

• Verses from the Great Doxology, Third Tone, larghetto , by Theodoros of Phokis

- Presenter: Opening remarks of the Fifteenth Convocation

- Byzantine Choir: “Thy Grace hath shone forth, O Lord,” Idiomelon from the Vespers Service of Cheesefare Sunday, Fourth Tone; melody by Socrates Papadopoulos

- Presenter: Introduction to the Fifteenth Convocation

Part I of the presentation, on the subject: “The Condemnation of the Heresy of Papism by the Orthodox Church” (35′ 14″, 68.8 MB)

Documentary entitled: “The Ecumenists Recognize Heretical Papism as a Church” (26′ 37″, 63.1 MB) (High Quality, 132 MB)

Part II of the presentation (41′ 40″, 81.5 MB)

Conclusion (7′ 07″, 14.6 MB)

Contents:

- Presenter: Epilogue to the Fifteenth Convocation

- Byzantine Choir:

“Ton Despóten,”, Second Tone

“What God is Great as our God,”, Grave Tone

- “Through the prayers....”

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Fourteenth Convocation for Orthodox Awareness: «Papocentric Globalism and the “Invisible Unity” of the Church» (Sunday of Orthodoxy, 27 February/12 March 2006) ( Play All, English Version, 131′ 27″) ( Play All, RussianVersion, 131′ 27″)

-See all of the texts (presenter and the speakers) of the Fourteenth Convocation (pdf, 596 KB) (Russian pdf, 586 KB)

- Note: a DVD in three languages (Greek, English and Russian - language and subtitles) has been published. It can be ordered at the Holy Monastery of Sts. Cyprian and Justina

Program:

Introduction (24′ 09″, 83.9 MB) (Russian version)

- Entrance of His Eminence, Metropolitan Cyprian of Oropos and Fili, “Eis pollá éte, Déspota”

- Byzantine Choir:

“To thee, O Guardian Leader,” Plagal of the Fourth Tone, Kontakion.

“Thine immaculate Icon,” Second Tone, Apolytikion .

“Servants of the Trinity,” Plagal of the Fourth Tone, Apolytikion of the Three New hierarchs.

• Verses from the Great Doxology, Grave Tone, tetraphonos, by Kyriakos Kalogeros.

- Presenter: Opening remarks of the Fourteenth Convocation.

- Byzantine Choir: “Turn not away,”, Great Prokeimenon, Plagial of the Fourth Tone

"Speechless be the lips,", Fourth Tone, triphonos, Megalynarion of the Canon of Supplication to the Most Holy Theotokos and selection of the kratema, Third Tone, by George Tsatsaronis, Head Maestro of the Church of Constantinople

- Presenter: Introduction to the Fourteenth Convocation

Part I of the presentation, on the subject: “Papocentric Globalism and the Anti-Patristic Models of the Orthodox Ecumenists” (35′ 14″, 69.1 MB) (Russian version)

Documentary entitled: “Papocentric Globalism and the Alienation of the Orthodox Ecumenists” (23′ 10″, 62.6 MB) (High Quality, 114 MB) (Russian version: Low quality, High Quality)

Part II of the presentation, on the subject: “The Ecumenist Heresy of the "Invisible Unity" of the Church” (41′ 41″, 109 MB) (Russian version)

Conclusion (7′ 11″, 16.3 MB) (Russian version)

- Presenter: Epilogue to the Fourteenth Convocation

- Byzantine Choir:

“Ton Despóten,”, Second Tone

“What God is Great as our God,”, Grave Tone

- “Through the prayers....”



Eighth Convocation for Orthodox Awareness: «The Ecumenical Movement and Orthodox Anti-Ecumenism - A Century of Critical Confrontation» (Sunday of Orthodoxy, 6/19 March 2000) ( Play All, English Version, 2h 31′)

- for a Greek version, see Βιντεοταινίες-Σειρά Α΄:Ενημέρωσις περί Οικουμενισμού

- Video (VHS) of the presentation in any of the two available languages (Greek and English) can be ordered at the Holy Monastery of Sts. Cyprian and Justina. A publication of a DVD of the presentation in three languages (Greek, English and Russian) will follow.

Program:

Introduction (17′ 26″, 35.7 MB)

- Entrance of His Eminence, Metropolitan Cyprian of Oropos and Fili, “Eis pollá éte, Déspota”

- Byzantine Choir:

“To thee, O Guardian Leader,” Plagal of the Fourth Tone, Kontakion.

“Thine immaculate Icon,” Second Tone, Apolytikion .

- Presenter: Opening remarks of the Eighth Convocation.

- Byzantine Choir:

Apolytikion of St. Basil the Great.

• Verses from the Great Doxology (larghetto) by Elder Dositheos of Katounakia, First Tone.

- Presenter: Introduction to the Eighth Convocation

Part I of the presentation (37′ 49″, 77.6 MB)

Documentary entitled: “Relations between orthodox Ecumenists and the Papacy on the Threshold of the New Millenium” (36′ 10″, 74.2 MB) (High Quality, 178 MB)

Part II of the presentation (41′ 50″, 85.5 MB)

Conclusion (17′ 22″, 35.6 MB)

- Presenter: Epilogue to the Eighth Convocation

- Epilogue to the Eighth Convocation by the Most Rev. Metropolitan Cyprian of Oropos and Fili

“Ton Despóten,”, Second Tone

“What God is Great as our God,”, Grave Tone

- “Through the prayers....”



Seventh Convocation for Orthodox Awareness: «The Dramatic Crisis in the Ecumenical Movement and the Awakening of Orthodox Anti-Ecumenism» (Sunday of Orthodoxy, 28 February/13 March 1999) ( Play All, English Version, 2h 17′)

- for a Greek version, see Βιντεοταινίες-Σειρά Α΄:Ενημέρωσις περί Οικουμενισμού

- Video (VHS) of the presentation in any of the two available languages (Greek and English) can be ordered at the Holy Monastery of Sts. Cyprian and Justina. A publication of a DVD of the presentation in three languages (Greek, English and Russian) will follow.

Program:

Introduction (15′ 16″, 31.3 MB)

- Entrance of His Eminence, Metropolitan Cyprian of Oropos and Fili, “Eis pollá éte, Déspota”

- Byzantine Choir:

“To thee, O Guardian Leader,” Plagal of the Fourth Tone, Kontakion.

“Thine immaculate Icon,” Second Tone, Apolytikion .

- Presenter: Opening remarks of the Seventh Convocation.

- Byzantine Choir:

Apolytikion of St. Athanasios the Great.

• Verses from the Great Doxology by George Violakis, Plagal of the First Tone, pentafonos.

- Presenter: Introduction to the Seventh Convocation

Part I of the presentation entitled "Orthodox Resistance and Walling-off" (33′ 09″, 68 MB)

Documentary entitled: “'Dialogue' or 'Recognition'? The Errors of the Dialogue with the Papists and the Resistance of the Orthodox Anti-Ecumenists” (42′ 35″, 87.4 MB) (High Quality, 210 MB)

Part II of the presentation entitled "The Crisis in the Ecumenical Movement" (37′ 53″, 77.8 MB)

Conclusion (7′ 45″, 15.9 MB)

- Presenter: Epilogue to the Seventh Convocation

- Epilogue to the Seventh Convocation by the Most Rev. Metropolitan Cyprian of Oropos and Fili

“Ton Despóten,”, Second Tone

“What God is Great as our God,”, Grave Tone

- “Through the prayers....”



Sixth Convocation for Orthodox Awareness: «The Heresy of Ecumenism and the Patristic Stand of the Orthodox» (Sunday of Orthodoxy, 23 February/8 March 1998) ( Play All, English Version, 110′ 44″) ( Play All, Russian Version, 110′ 49″)

- for a Greek version, see Βιντεοταινίες-Σειρά Α΄:Ενημέρωσις περί Οικουμενισμού

- see the full texts of the Presentation in Section Publications>Books>Series 2. Contributions to a Theology of Anti-Ecumenism, the Book Number 4: The Heresy of Ecumenism and the Patristic Stand of the Orthodox, by Metropolitan Cyprian of Oropos and Fili (pdf, 461 KB)

- Video (VHS) of the presentation in any of the three available languages (Greek, English, Russian) can be ordered at the Holy Monastery of Sts. Cyprian and Justina. A publication of a DVD of the presentation in those three languages will follow.

Program:

Introduction (11′ 23″, 23.3 MB) (Russian Version)

- Entrance of His Eminence, Metropolitan Cyprian of Oropos and Fili, “Eis pollá éte, Déspota”

- Byzantine Choir:

“To thee, O Guardian Leader,” Plagal of the Fourth Tone, Kontakion.

“Thine immaculate Icon,” Second Tone, Apolytikion .

- Presenter: Opening remarks of the Sixth Convocation.

- Byzantine Choir: “O ye, Servants pray the Lord,”,Great Polyeleos by Balasios the Priest, First Tone.

- Presenter: Introduction to the Sixth Convocation

Part I of the presentation, on the subject: “The Lawful Character of Anti-Ecumenism” (35′ 23″, 72.6 MB) (Russian Version)

Documentary entitled: “The Heresy of Ecumenism and the Hope of the West” (30′ 06″, 61.7 MB) (High Quality, 148 MB) (Russian Version: Low Quality, High Quality)

Part II of the presentation, on the subject: “The Sure Boundaries of Anti-Ecumenism” (29′ 16″, 60.1 MB) (Russian Version)

Conclusion (4′ 33″, 9.36 MB) (Russian Version)

- Presenter: Epilogue to the Sixth Convocation

- Byzantine Choir:

“Ton Despóten,”, Second Tone

“What God is Great as our God,”, Grave Tone

- “Through the prayers....”



Third Convocation for Orthodox Awareness: «The Role of the Vatican in the Contemporary Inter-Religious Movement and the Great Fall of the Orthodox Ecumenists» (Sunday of Orthodoxy, 28 February/13 March 1995) ( Play All, English Version, 2h 28′ ) ( Play All, Russian Version, 2h 28′ )

- for a Greek version, see Βιντεοταινίες-Σειρά Α΄:Ενημέρωσις περί Οικουμενισμού

- Video (VHS) of the presentation in any of the three available languages (Greek, English, Russian) can be ordered at the Holy Monastery of Sts. Cyprian and Justina. A publication of a DVD of the presentation in those three languages will follow.

Program:

Introduction (14′ 35″, 30 MB) (Russian Version)

Part I of the presentation (37′ 20″, 70.4 MB) (Russian Version)

Part I of the Documentary (39′ 05″, 80 MB) (High Quality, 192 MB) (Russian Version: Low Quality, High Quality)

Part II of the presentation (21′ 48″, 36.7 MB) (Russian Version)

Part II of the Documentary (31′ 05″, 63.7 MB) (High Quality, 153 MB) (Russian Version: Low Quality, High Quality)

Epilogue to the Third Convocation by the Most Rev. Metropolitan Cyprian of Oropos and Fili (4′ 43″, 9.7 MB) (Russian Version)






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