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GREEK CHURCH’S SYNODAL COMMISSIONS ON UKRAINE PROPOSE RECOGNIZING UKRAINIAN SCHISMATICS, GREEK MEDIA REPORTS The Church of Greece has not made any official statements or decisions concerning the ongoing Ukrainian Church crisis. In January, the Holy Synod resolved to pass the issue on to the broader Council of Bishops, consisting of all hierarchs of the Greek Church, and in March, it created two commissions, one on dogmatic and canonical issues, the other on inter-Orthodoxy and inter-Christian relations, to study the issue more in-depth and pass on their recommendations to the entire episcopate of the Church. And, according to a report published on the Greek outlet vimaorthodoxias.gr today, the commissions have resolved to propose that the Greek Church officially recognize the so-called “Orthodox Church of Ukraine” (OCU) as a canonical and autocephalous Church. According to the report, the two committees met together on May 23, and the resulting proposal is now in the hands of His Eminence Metropolitan Damaskinos of Didymoteixon and Orestias, the head of the committee on canonical issues, who will deliver it to the Holy Synod. The arguments raised in the letters of His Beatitude Archbishop Anastasios of Albania to Patriarch Bartholomew were not discussed. Pro-Phanariots claim that the 1850 tomos of autocephaly to the Church of Greece and the current constitution of Greece require the Church of Greece to accept the decisions of the Patriarchate of Constantinople without question. However, neither documents stipulate such conditions, vimaorthodoxias states. One committee member reportedly threatened that Constantinople would seize the “New Lands” if the Church of Greece does not recognize the OCU, prompting another member to exclaim: “Do you not understand that we are slaves to the Phanar Church?” The New Lands consist of a number of metropolises of the Patriarchate of Constantinople that are de facto administered as part of the Church of Greece. The committee members quashed all arguments brought forth and agreed to send a positive proposal to the Church hierarchy. His Beatitude Archbishop Ieronymos reportedly agreed with the stance of Pat. Bartholomew at their recent meeting in Athens. Just before meeting with Pat. Bartholomew, Abp. Ieronymos met with His Beatitude Archbishop Chrysostomos of Cyprus, who stressed that any unilateral actions from any of the Churches would be a mistake and would only worsen the divide in the Church today. http://orthochristian.com/121658.html?fbclid=IwAR0oY16VoQkbvQcSKD2bJVSa7VatRitVIVFrVSyp9ZCpsEST6H4rF_L2HNw
PETER MAYHEW PASSES AWAY LUCASFILM REMEMBERS THE ACTOR WHO BROUGHT CHEWBACCA TO LIFE. Chewbacca. The name alone conjures feelings of honesty, loyalty, and strength. The best friend you could ever have or want. That’s all thanks to Peter Mayhew, the man behind the “walking carpet.” With a tilt of his head, a knowing look, or a warm hug, he gave Chewbacca a soul and captured our hearts. And we are heartbroken to learn that he is gone. Peter passed away at his home in North Texas on April 30, with his family by his side. He was 74. Peter played Chewbacca, or “Chewie,” a towering, hairy Wookiee, in every Star Wars film from 1977’s Star Wars: A New Hope to 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Standing 7 feet 3 inches tall, Mayhew’s Chewbacca was an imposing sight, and through body language alone, he could convey anger, curiosity, and delight. Alongside Harrison Ford’s Han Solo, one of film’s most iconic duos was born. “Chewie transformed me,” Peter once said of acting in the costume. “The attitude was different. The walk was different. Do the scenes, come back, take the mask off, Peter was back.” “We are deeply saddened today by the news of Peter Mayhew’s passing,” said Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy. “Since 1976, Peter’s iconic portrayal of the loyal, lovable Chewbacca has been absolutely integral to the character’s success, and to the Star Wars saga itself. When I first met Peter during The Force Awakens, I was immediately impressed by his kind and gentle nature. Peter was brilliantly able to express his personality through his skillful use of gesture, posture, and eyes. We all love Chewie, and have Peter to thank for that enduring memory.” Fans have long adored Chewie, and so did Peter; he consulted with the creators of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series when the character made an appearance, and mentored his successor, Joonas Suotamo, upon retiring from the role. Chewie made us laugh, he made us cry, he made us cheer. We love him. Thank you, Peter. https://www.starwars.com/news/peter-mayhew?cmp=smc|2286019598