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Constantinople moves toward autonomy for Ukrainian Orthodox Church

September 07, 2018

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CWN Editor's Note: The Orthodox Patriarch of Constantinople has appointed two prelates as “exarchs” to the Kiev, to prepare for establishment of a self-governing Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Archbishop Daniel of Pamphilon (US) and Bishop Ilarion of Edmonton (Canada) are expect to convene the leading Orthodox prelates of Ukraine, who will in turn elect a patriarch.

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