Date of Consecration:

June 22, 1986

Name Day:

October 23



The Black Sea in Crisis

Communion and Otherness

Ecological Asceticism: A Cultural Revolution

Ethics versus Ethos: An Orthodox Approach to the Relation between Ecology and Ethics

One Single Source: An Orthodox Response to the Clarification on the Filioque

Orthodoxy and Ecological Problems: A Theological Approach

The Self-Understanding of the Orthodox and Their Participation in the Ecumenical Movement

Speeches of Pope John Paul II and Metropolitan John of Pergamon



Metropolitan John of Pergamon, representing the Ecumenical Patriarchate. Formerly Professor of Theology at Glasgow University and Kings College, London, he is a key figure in major ecumenical dialogues between the Orthodox Church and the other main Christian traditions. He is a leading theologian in the area of 'Orthodoxy and Ecology' and he has played a central role in making the Orthodox Church one of the most active religious communities involved with development and environmental issues.