April 21, 2014

A Conversation With Bishop Hilarion Alfeyev

St. Vladimir’s Seminary recently held a symposium on the state of ecumenical relations between the different Christian communions throughout the world. In attendance was Bp. Hilarion (Alfeyev) of Vienna, a man highly respected at AOI because of his bold and clear testimony to Christ in Europe (see some of his writings on OrthodoxyToday.org). Fr. Chad Hatfield, Chancellor of St. Vladimir’s Seminary, sat down with Bp. Hilarion for a frank discussion on ecumenical relations between Orthodoxy and other Christian communions, as well as tensions between Moscow and Constantinople about the direction some of these discussions are taking.

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    Richard Barrett says:

    I was fortunate enough to be at this event. It was the first major American conference of a group called the Fellowship of Ss. Alban and Sergius, a mostly Oxford, England-based “officially unofficial” Anglican-Orthodox meeting ground.

    My rather rambling thoughts and reflections on the event, as well as some photos, may be found here:

    Sts. Alban and Sergius – Day 1
    Sts. Alban and Sergius Conference – Days 2 and 3
    Sts. Alban and Sergius Conference – Days 2 and 3 (continued)
    Sts. Alban and Sergius Conference – Day 4
    Sts. Alban and Sergius Conference – More pictures

    Richard

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