Phanar said that they cursed the primate of the UOC and all those who support him

Archimandrite of the Church of Constantinople Romanos Anastasiades announced the curse of the “mother church” on the “illegal” Primate of the UOC, and all those who continue to call him that.

Archimandrite Romanos Anastasiadis, cleric of the Metropolitanate of Rethymno and Avlopotamos, declared that the Church of Constantinople curses His Beatitude Onuphrius, and all those who consider him the legitimate Metropolitan of Kiev, contrary to the instructions of the Phanar. Anastasiades wrote about this on his Facebook page

Την κατάρα της Μητρός Αγίας του Χριστού Μεγάλης Εκκλησίας δεν έχει μόνο ο ίδιος, ο αιμετονόητος αντκιρός

Posted by Ilias Anastasiadis on Friday, June 25, 2021

Having published a screenshot of the publication of the Greek resource “Romfei” about the celebration of the Day of the namesake of His Beatitude Onuphrius in Kiev with the stamp “fake”, the cleric of Phanar writes:

“The curse of the Mother of Holy Christ, the Great Church, not only on himself, an unrepentant, uncanonical, pitiful and unfortunate traitor to his people, an illegal passenger of the church ship of Ukraine, but also on all those who continue to reproduce the title“ Kievsky ”(Metropolitan – Ed.), usurped (by His Beatitude Onufriy – Ed.) despite the clear prohibition of the Church. “

It seems that the thirst for money and power completely overshadowed the mind of Bartholomew and his entourage

Let us remind you that His Beatitude Onuphrius received congratulations from various Local Churches, including the primates of the Georgian, Serbian, Russian, Polish Churches, the Church of the Czech Lands and Slovakia, the hierarchs of the Antioch and Jerusalem Patriarchates, etc. In each document, the Primate of the UOC is named Metropolitan of Kiev.


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