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  Patriarch Ignatius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ignatius (Игнатий in Russian) (1540 - 1620), a cleric of Greek descent, was the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia in 1605-1606.
Ignatius came to Russia in 1595 as a member of an ecclesiastic mission, sent by the Patriarch of Constantinople.
Ignatius is now considered a pseudo-patriarch by the Russian Orthodox Church and his name is omitted from the official list of the Russian patriarchs of Moscow and All Russia.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Patriarch_Ignatius   (260 words)

  
 Patriarch Mor Elias III Shakir (1867-1932)
Patriarch Mor Elias III at Bethlehem in 1924.
Mor Elias III was the last Patriarch to reign at the Kurkmo Dayro (Deir Za`faran) in Mardin, the seat of the Patriarchate for most of the second millenium.
Mor Elias III is the only Patriarch of Antioch whose remains are interred in Malankara and his tomb stands as a towering symbol of the sacrifices made by the Syriac fathers to nurture the church in Malankara.
sor.cua.edu /Personage/PElias3/index.html   (1185 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Ignatius of Constantinople
At the suggestion of the latter, Michael sought the assistance of Ignatius in an effort to force Theodora to enter a convent, in the hope of securing for himself an undivided authority and a free rein for his profligacy.
This refusal to participate in his iniquitous schemes, added to a courageous rebuke, which Ignatius had administered to Bardas for having repudiated his wife and maintained incestuous intercourse with his daughter-in-law, determined the Cæsar to bring about the disgrace of the patriarch.
Ignatius lived ten years after his restoration, in the peaceful exercises of the duties of his office.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/07647a.htm   (1153 words)

  
 Western Christianity
Historians identify three incidents which mark the separation between the two churches: the Photian schism (863-7), the mutual anathematizing of the two churches in 1054, and the sack of Constantinople in 1204 during the fourth crusade.
A Latin patriarch was appointed to rule over Constantinople and the Greek church was placed under the authority of the Pope.
Their founder, Ignatius of Loyola (1491-1556), was a soldier who, while recovering from battle wounds, was inspired by a work on the life of Christ to entirely devote himself to the church.
philtar.ucsm.ac.uk /encyclopedia/christ/west/westessay.html   (2127 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Photius of Constantinople
It is certain that the future patriarch belonged to one of the great families of Constantinople; the Patriarch Tarasius (784-806), in whose time the seventh general council (Second of Nicæa, 787) was held, was either elder brother or uncle of his father (Photius: Ep.
Nicholas, then, having heard both sides, decided for Ignatius, and answered the letters of Michael and Photius by insisting that Ignatius must be restored, that the usurpation of his see must cease (ibid, I, 511-16, 516-19).
That Ignatius was the rightful patriarch as long as he lived, and Photius an intruder, cannot be denied by any one who does not conceive the Church as merely the slave of a civil government.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/12043b.htm   (3846 words)

  
 Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia & New Zealand - Patriarch Ignatius
His Beatitude Patriarch Ignatius IV Hazim, celebrated a vespers service on 19th December, in Al Mariamieh Cathedral, and a Divine Liturgy on 20th December, with the participation of their Eminences the Syrian and Lebanese Metropolitans, and members of the Holy Synod, present in Damascus for their monthly meeting.
The Divine Liturgy was attended By His Holiness Zakka I (Iwass), Patriarch of the Syrian Orthodox Church, by Mgr Battikha, representative of His Beatitude Gregorius III, Patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church, and by the Apostolic Delegate representing the Roman Patriarch of the West.
Ignatius rejoiced to be suffering for his Lord, and prayed to God that the wild beasts should be the tomb for his body, and that none should hinder his death.
www.antiochian.org.au /content/view/3/1   (852 words)

  
 Ignatius IV (Hazim) of Antioch - OrthodoxWiki
Ignatius was born in 1921 in the village of Mhardey near Hama in Syria.
On July 2, 1979, under the name of Ignatius IV, he became the Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch, the third ranking hierarch of the Orthodox Church after the Patriarchs of Constantinople and Alexandria.
As patriarch he has sought to give a new dynamism to the Holy Synod and seen it name bishops who are close to the people and who are motivated to develop the Church's ecclesial and spiritual life, detached from political factions.
orthodoxwiki.org /Ignatius_IV_(Hazim)_of_Antioch   (509 words)

  
 Biography of His Beatitude, Patriarch Ignatius IV
Ignatius IV Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch and all the East
As Patriarch he has given a new dynamism to the Holy Synod and seen it name Bishops who are close to the people and who are motivated to develop the Church's ecclesial and spiritual life, detached from political factions.
Above all, the Patriarch has sought and still seeks pastors who are as dedicated to their spiritual calling as he is himself.
www.balamandmonastery.org.lb /ignatios.htm   (713 words)

  
 Ignatius Zakka I Iwas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
On 17 November 1963, Zakka Iwas was ordained, by Patriarch Ya`qub, as Metropolitan of Mosul.
Following the death of Patriarch Ya`qub III in 1980, Zakka Iwas was elected by the synod of the church to be the 122nd Syriac Patriarch of Antioch.
He was enthroned as patriarch on 14 September, the feast of the Cross, by Basileus Paulose II, Catholicos of the East, in the patriarchal cathedral in Damascus.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ignatius_Zakka_I_Iwas   (467 words)

  
 Church of Antioch - OrthodoxWiki
John of Damascus Patriarchal Institute of Theology (Tripoli, Lebanon) was established by the patriarchate in 1970, and in 1988 it was fully incorporated into the University of Balamand.
The current patriarch is His Beatitude Patriarch Ignatius IV (Hazim) of Antioch and all the East, elected in 1979.
Patriarch Ignatius has also overseen participation in a bilateral commission with the Melkite Greek Catholic Church, which is exploring ways of healing the 18th century schism between the Melkite Catholics and the Antiochian Orthodox.
orthodoxwiki.org /Church_of_Antioch   (1939 words)

  
 Patriarch Mor Pathros IV
Patriarch Mor Pathros IV The Patriarch of Antioch and all the East (1872-'94)
It was during the Patriarch's stay at Constantinople, the letter from Pulikottil Mor Dionysius and Edavazikkal Philipose Kassisso from India reached the patriarchate seeking urgent help of the Holy father.
On this repeated request, in April the Patriarch sailed to India via; Egypt and reached Bombay towards the end of May. Mor Dionysius met His Holiness the Patriarch, the supreme head of the Syrian Church and the Jerusalem Metropolitan Mor Gregorios, at Pune.
syriacchristianity.org /bio/MorPathrosIV.htm   (1817 words)

  
 Circle of Prayer - The Church in Crisis - A History of the General Councils 325 to 1870 - Chapter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ignatius, a man of seventy at the time of the council, was the youngest son of the emperor Michael I, dethroned in 813 by Leo the Armenian.
It was this offence, and a refusal to force the empress-mother and her daughters into a convent, that was punished when, in November 858, Ignatius was summarily arrested and deported, and the announcement was made that he had returned to the monastic life.
The last act of the legates was to warn the restored Ignatius, under the most serious penalties, that he must do nothing of the kind, and to hand him a letter from the pope, which, in anticipation of this precise situation, had been sent with them.
www.circleofprayer.com /church-crisis9.html   (6372 words)

  
 Patriarch Mor Aphrem I Barsoum (1887-1957)
Patriarch Ignatius Aphram I Barsoum, The History of Syriac Literature and Sciences.
Patriarch Mor Ignatios Aphrem I Barsoum was born on June 15, 1887, in Mosul, Iraq.
In the aftermath of the collapse of the Ottoman Empire and the political situation in the new state of Turkey, where Deir al-Za`faran, the seat of the Patriarchate, was located, Mor Aphrem was forced to relocate the Patriarchate to Homs in Syria.
sor.cua.edu /Personage/PAphrem1/index.html   (914 words)

  
 Press  reports   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Patriarch lauded the contribution of Mor Yulios, Yakob Mor Yulios and Benyamin Mor Osthatheos.
The Patriarch in the end, addressing the mammoth gathering, said the relationship with the Syrian Orthodox Church in India and the Patriarchate of Antioch which started in the early Christian century was conformed in the council of Nicea in AD 325.
The Patriarch, in his address, said the relationship with the Syrian Orthodox Church in India and the Patriarchate of Antioch which started in the first Christian century was conformed in the council of Nicea in AD 325.
syriacchristianity.com /visit2004/Press.htm   (6944 words)

  
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The patriarch of Constantinople was forced out, for standing by the tradition, and in his place a married layman was installed--an unheard-of novelty.
Photius, who was now promoted to be patriarch, has a high place in the history of culture as a miraculously learned man, a scholar, one of the great bibliophiles, through whose works a great deal of the bygone classical antiquity has been preserved.
The remnants of anti-Photians, at Constantinople and elsewhere, were now told by the pope that he was their lawful patriarch, and that they were not to oppose him in the name of the council of 869, for the former things had passed away.
library.catholic.org /humanity/humanity33.txt   (5693 words)

  
 Lives of the Saints: Saint Ignatius of Constantinople   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The unnatural and ungrateful son relished this advice, that he might be more at liberty to follow his vicious inclinations, sent for the patriarch, and ordered him to cut off the hair of his mother and three sisters as a mark of their engaging in a monastic life.
Photius continued to protect him, and being nominated patriarch by Bardas was ordained bishop in six days: on the first, he was made a monk; on the second, reader; on the third, subdeacon; on the fourth, deacon; on the fifth, priest; and on the sixth, which was Christmas-day, patriarch.
On Whit-Sunday, Ignatius saw his house on a sudden encompassed with soldiers; and made his escape only by putting on the poor secular clothes of a slave, and carrying a great pole upon his shoulders, to which two baskets were hung.
www.catholic-forum.com /Saints/sti38001.htm   (2964 words)

  
 Patriarch Photius I of Constantinople
The dissension between the patriarch Ignatius and Bardas, the uncle of the youthful Emperor Michael III, concerning Bardas' relationship with his niece, brought promotion to Photius.
Ignatius was arrested and imprisoned (858), and upon refusing to resign his office was deposed, while Photius was inducted into the priesthood within six days, and was installed as patriarch in his place.
The legates of Pope John VIII attended, prepared to acknowledge Photius as legitimate patriarch, a concession for which John was much censured by Latin opinion.
www.mlahanas.de /Greeks/Medieval/Patriarch/PhotiusI.html   (811 words)

  
 Simeon of Qal`a Rumaita, Patriarch Philoxenus Nemrod and Bar `Ebroyo
Patriarch Ignatius Ephrem I Barsaum, on the other hand, was well aware of the true nature of the relationship between Simeon, Jacob and Philoxenus Nemrod, as we may see from the section devoted to Simeon’s family, the Bet Tuma Madnhoyo, in his work on the history of Tur
Besides the awkward syntax and the problem of Ignatius IV having two brothers called Simeon, Kawerau’s interpretation involves the problem that it is difficult to see how the patriarch’s refusal to ordain his own nephew should have given rise to "much strife".
Ebroyo’s] consent, (the Patriarch) deposed Faraj from Melitene and consecrated Nemrod as the Metropolitan of Melitene in the Monastery of Gawikat on Sunday 1st Teshrin I 1585 A.Gr.
syrcom.cua.edu /Hugoye/Vol4No1/HV4N1Takahashi.html   (12145 words)

  
 History of the Syriac Orthodox Church
The seat of the Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch moved to different monasteries including Qartmin, Qenneshrin (Chalkis, near Aleppo), Malatya, and Amid (Diyarbakir), and finally settled in 1293 in Dayro d-Mor Hananyo (also known as Kurkmo Dayro in Syriac and Deir Zafaran in Arabic) in Mardin.
The chronological spiral on the Patriarchal throne at Dayro d-Mor Hananyo.
Ignatius Abdul Masih II Abdul Masih was deposed in 1905.
www.phoenicia.org /syriacs.html   (1844 words)

  
 hakim
It has been some two weeks since Patriarch Ignatius IV had visited San Francisco, but the buzz about his presence and the unity among all Eastern Orthodox Christians in the Bay Area is still felt strongly among the people.
The Holy Synod is the Patriarch's governing council who are Metropolitans (similar to Catholic Cardinals), they hold a type of spiritual court that select other Metropolitans for "widowed archdiocese" replacing Archbishops who have passed on into eternal life.
As the Patriarch finishes his monologue all 500 plus people at the banquet stand in cheer, praise and a sense of brotherhood for the father of the Church of Antioch all waiting to try and receive a blessing from him.
www.al-bushra.org /e-church/hakim.htm   (1199 words)

  
 Press  reports   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Patriarch of Antioch and all the East arrives in Kerala
H.H. the Patriarch of the Antioch and all the East
The ritual, described as ‘‘a great mystery’’ in theological circles and among the Fathers of Churches, was led by Patriarch of Antioch Mar Ignatius Zakka I. The five-hour-long ritual was also a proclamation by the Syrian Jacobite Church reaffirming its faith on the tradition of Antioch.
syriacchristianity.com /visit2004/Press_1.htm   (5537 words)

  
 Ignatius Elias III   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Mor Ignatius Elias III was the 119th legitimate successor to St. Peter in the Holy Patriarchal See of Antioch.
With the demise of Patriarch Abdulla, he was elected to succeed him as the Patriarch on the Apostolic Throne of St.Peter, in the year 1917.
While engaged in this effort, the Patriarch left for his heavenly abode on 13th of February, 1932 at Mor Ignatius Dayro, Manjanikkara, where his mortal remains are interred.
syrianorthodoxarchdiocese.com /elias.html   (170 words)

  
 Split in the Church
In 1906 Patriarch Abdul Messiah II was deposed and Môr Abdullah was enthroned on 15 August 1906.
In 1911 the Patriarch deposed Vattesseril Mar Dionysius and installed Paulose Mor Koorilose as the Malankra Metrapolitan.
Peace returned to the Malankara Church by the accord of 1958, by which Patriarch Ignatius Yacoub III affirmed his acceptance of the Catholicos and the Catholicose party accepted the spiritual authority of the Patriarch.
www.angelfire.com /or3/angamaly/HistorySplit.htm   (585 words)

  
 Catholicate of the East
The bishoprics of the city of Antioch have special importance in the history of Christianity as it was here St. Peter, the chief of the Apostles, established his Apostolic See in AD Antioch and regions east of it were placed under the care of the Bishop/Patriarch of Antioch and all the East.
It therefore, became necessary for the Patriarch to vest authority in an ecclesiastical dignitary to carry on the administration in the Persian region.
The ‘Catholicos of Seleucia/East’ was the deputy of the Patriarch of Antioch with certain privileges including that of consecrating the Bishops on behalf of the Patriarch.
catholicose.org /PauloseII/Catholicate.htm   (3327 words)

  
 St.Gregorios Abdul'Galeel, Syrian Orthodox Metropolitan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
On April 9, 2000, the supreme head of the Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch and all the East, H.H the Patriarch Ignatius Zakka I, through an historical bull, permitted to recite the Quqalya hymns and prayers of the Zadeeqo (saints) at the tomb of Mor Gregorios Abdel`Galeel Bava and beseech his intercession.
When Mor Ignatius Ahatulla was under Portuguese custody in Mylapore, two deacons by name Itty and Kurien, who were on a pilgrimage to the tomb of St.Thomas at Mylapore, came to accidentally meet the imprisoned Patriarch in prison.
The concerned Apostolic bull from the supreme head of the Church, the Patriarch Ignatius Zakka I Iwas was issued on February 7, 2006.
saintgregorios.org /PARAVUR/BriefBiographies.htm   (5833 words)

  
 Photius
6, 891?, patriarch of Constantinople (858-67, 877-86), was long considered the initiator of the schism between the Eastern and Western churches.
When Byzantine emperor Michael III forced the resignation of the patriarch Ignatius in 858, Photius, still a layman, was elevated to the patriarchate after having received the lesser orders in six days.
A reconciliation eventually occurred between Ignatius and Photius, and Photius was restored (878) to the patriarchate after the death of Ignatius.
mb-soft.com /believe/txs/photius.htm   (354 words)

  
 Patriarch Ignatius in America
His Beatitude, IGNATIUS IV, Patriarch of Antioch and all the East arrived at New York's JFK airport on Wednesday, July 7, 1999 at 4:45pm.
He was accompanied by His Eminence, Metropolitan ELIAS of Beirut, Lebanon and Dr. Youssef Hazim, the brother of the Patriarch.
During the convention, the Patriarch will address the entire body of clergy and delegates and the General Assembly on Thursday morning as well as preside over the Divine Liturgy on Sunday, July 25th at the Hotel.
www.balamand.edu.lb /theology/ignatiusiUSnews.htm   (371 words)

  
 ADDRESS TO ECUMENICAL GATHERING
The quest for unity between the Greek Orthodox and the Greek Catholic Patriarchates of Antioch is clearly part of the wider process of reunion between the Catholic Church and the Orthodox Churches.
I wish to thank most sincerely Patriarch Ignatius IV for the positive and effective contribution which the Patriarchate of Antioch and its representatives have constantly made to this process of theological dialogue.
I am likewise grateful to Patriarch Gregory III and his predecessor Patriarch Maximos V for their unfailing contribution to the climate of fraternity and understanding, which is so necessary if the dialogue is to develop well.
www.ewtn.com /library/PAPALDOC/jp2syrec.htm   (1657 words)

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