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His All-Holiness '''Anthimus VII (Tsatsos) of Constantinople''' was Patriarch of Constantinople during two years of the last decade of the nineteenth century, 1895 and 1896. He was a theologian and orator who was most remembered as a critic of the Roman Pope Leo XIII's encyclical of June 1894.   
 
His All-Holiness '''Anthimus VII (Tsatsos) of Constantinople''' was Patriarch of Constantinople during two years of the last decade of the nineteenth century, 1895 and 1896. He was a theologian and orator who was most remembered as a critic of the Roman Pope Leo XIII's encyclical of June 1894.   
  
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Little is known of his life. Patr. Anthimus was born about the year 1835, possibly in Ioannina, Greece.  
 
Little is known of his life. Patr. Anthimus was born about the year 1835, possibly in Ioannina, Greece.  
  
After Pope Leo XIII's encyclical ''Praeclara Gratulationis Publicae'' was promulgated on [[June 20]], 1894, Patr. Anthimus issued a critique refuting the proposed grounds for the reunion of the Orthodox and Roman churches. While he cited the traditional Eastern arguments against Western corruption of early Christian doctrine, Patr. Anthimus added new charges that were occasioned by the teachings formulated by the Roman Church during the nineteenth century. Patr. Anthimus accused the Roman Church of introducing new approaches to Christian faith, such as, the pronouncement by Pope Pius IX in 1854 of the dogma of the Immaculate Conception of the [[Theotokos|Virgin Mary]] wherein she was exempt from original [[sin]] and the decree of the Vatican Council of 1869–70 on papal infallibility.
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After Pope Leo XIII's encyclical ''Praeclara Gratulationis Publicae'' was promulgated on [[June 20]], 1894, Patriarch Anthimus issued a critique refuting the proposed grounds for the reunion of the Orthodox and Roman churches. While he cited the traditional Eastern arguments against Western corruption of early Christian doctrine, Patriarch Anthimus added new charges that were occasioned by the teachings formulated by the Roman Church during the nineteenth century. Patriarch Anthimus accused the Roman Church of introducing new approaches to Christian faith, such as, the pronouncement by Pope Pius IX in 1854 of the dogma of the Immaculate Conception of the [[Theotokos|Virgin Mary]] wherein she was exempt from original [[sin]], and the decree of the Vatican Council of 1869–70 on papal infallibility.
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Patriarch Anthimus reposed during December 1913 after he was succeeded by [[Constantine V (Valiadis) of Constantinople|Constantine V]] as patriarch and had retired to Halki.
  
Patr. Anthimus reposed during December 1913 after he was succeeded by [[CConstantine V (Valiadis) of Constantinople|Constantine V]] as patriarch and had retired to Halki.
 
  
 
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==Sources==
 
==Sources==
*[[Wikipedia: Ecumenical_Patriarch_Anthimus_VII_of_Constantinople]]
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* [http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/27338/Anthimus-VII-Tsatsos  Britannica: Anthimus VII Tsatsos].
*[http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/27338/Anthimus-VII-Tsatsos  Britannica: Anthimus VII Tsatsos]
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* [[w:Patriarch Anthimus VII of Constantinople|Patriarch Anthimus VII of Constantinople]]. Wikipedia.
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* {{el icon}} [http://el.wikipedia.org/wiki/%CE%A0%CE%B1%CF%84%CF%81%CE%B9%CE%AC%CF%81%CF%87%CE%B7%CF%82_%CE%86%CE%BD%CE%B8%CE%B9%CE%BC%CE%BF%CF%82_%CE%96%CE%84 Πατριάρχης Άνθιμος Ζ΄]. Greek Wikipedia.
  
 
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==External link==
 
*[[Wikipedia: Praeclara_Gratulationis_Publicae]]
 
*[[Wikipedia: Praeclara_Gratulationis_Publicae]]
  
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Anthimus VII (Tsatsos) of Constantinople.

His All-Holiness Anthimus VII (Tsatsos) of Constantinople was Patriarch of Constantinople during two years of the last decade of the nineteenth century, 1895 and 1896. He was a theologian and orator who was most remembered as a critic of the Roman Pope Leo XIII's encyclical of June 1894.

Life

Little is known of his life. Patr. Anthimus was born about the year 1835, possibly in Ioannina, Greece.

After Pope Leo XIII's encyclical Praeclara Gratulationis Publicae was promulgated on June 20, 1894, Patriarch Anthimus issued a critique refuting the proposed grounds for the reunion of the Orthodox and Roman churches. While he cited the traditional Eastern arguments against Western corruption of early Christian doctrine, Patriarch Anthimus added new charges that were occasioned by the teachings formulated by the Roman Church during the nineteenth century. Patriarch Anthimus accused the Roman Church of introducing new approaches to Christian faith, such as, the pronouncement by Pope Pius IX in 1854 of the dogma of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary wherein she was exempt from original sin, and the decree of the Vatican Council of 1869–70 on papal infallibility.

Patriarch Anthimus reposed during December 1913 after he was succeeded by Constantine V as patriarch and had retired to Halki.


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Anthimus VII (Tsatsos) of Constantinople


Preceded by:
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Metropolitan of Paramythia
1869-1877
Succeeded by:
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Preceded by:
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Metropolitan of Aenos (Thrace)
1877-1888
Succeeded by:
?


Preceded by:
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Metropolitan of Anchialos
1888
Succeeded by:
?


Preceded by:
Gregorios
(1893)
Metropolitan of Korytsa (Korca)
1893-1894
Succeeded by:
Chrysanthus
(1894-1895)


Preceded by:
?
Metropolitan of Leros and Kalymnos
1894-1895
Succeeded by:
?


Preceded by:
Neophytus VIII
Patriarch of Constantinople
1895-1896
Succeeded by:
Constantine V (Valiadis)
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