Primacy in the Church from Vatican I to Vatican II: An Orthodox Perspective (Orthodox Christian Studies)

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In this timely and comprehensive work, Maximos Vgenopoulos analyzes the response of major Orthodox thinkers to the Catholic understanding of the primacy of the pope over the last two centuries. Here Vgenopoulos brings together writings by Greek and Russian Orthodox theologians and systematically compares them to demonstrate the emergence of a concordance between the canons of the Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church. Primacy in the Church from Vatican I to Vatican II is an invaluable resource on the official dialogue taking place between the Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church today. This important book will be of broad interest to historians, theologians, seminarians, and all those interested in Orthodox-Catholic relations.

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"This is a very valuable book with particular relevance for the current discussions on the subject of primacy in the Church. It contains careful and original research in historical sources not studied before, which are placed in the theological perspective of eucharistic ecclesiology. This book constitutes a significant contribution to the ongoing official theological dialogue between the Roman Catholic and the Orthodox Churches. We warmly recommend it for reading by all those interested in ecclesiology." -Metropolitan John (Zizioulas) of Pergamon

"Vgenopoulos gives us an informative and fair analysis of the Orthodox understanding of primacy emerging from Vatican I and II. One of the strengths of the book is that he accesses Greek-language sources that are not available to an English-speaking audience, and which are necessary for a fuller account of Orthodox reactions to Catholic notions of primacy. This book is an important contribution to a timely issue."
--Aristotle Papanikolaou, Fordham University
"A fine theological study of the concept and practice of primacy of the bishop of Rome--one of the thorniest issues in the history of relations between the Western and Eastern Churches. Fr. Maximos has clearly mastered the subject and produced a significant contribution to the field of ecclesiology, providing a fresh approach from an Orthodox Christian perspective, particularly as this has been shaped over the last century by prominent Orthodox (both Greek and Russian) theologians."
--Rev. Dr. John Chryssavgis, Archdeacon of the Ecumenical Throne, and author of Light through Darkness: The Orthodox Tradition
"Archdeacon Maximos Vgenopoulos is from his daily ministry familiar with the intense ecumenical relations between Rome and Constantinople. This book takes up the central point of the controversy and outlines fundamental principles of ecclesiology, many of which are unknown to theologians on both sides. This book opens up new horizons for the dialogue and is a precious contribution for a better and deeper mutual understanding in order to move step by step from controversy to communion. I congratulate him on this excellent and valuable scholarship."
--Walter Cardinal Kasper, Formerly President of the Pontifical Council for Christian Unity, Vatican City

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The Very Reverend Maximos Vgenopoulos is currently the Grand Archdeacon of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople.

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