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1798, Mar 11881, Jun 8
the Ecumenical Patriarch for the Church of Constantinople in the periods 1835-1840 and 1867-1871. He was especially ethical and devout, but persistent to his ideas. He published canonical provisions concerning wedding (matchmaking, dowry), the education of the monks and dogmatic differences with the Catholic Church and the Protestants, he forbid the burial inside churches and he condemned the translation of the Bible in a simpler form of the Greek language. In the 19th of December in 1839 he published a Patriarchal and Synodic newsletter against Theophilos Kairis and his teaching.
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Ecumenical Patriarchs of Constantinople:
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