Kalinik I of Pec

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His Holines Kalinik or Calinicus I ('''Калиник I патријарх пећки''') was Patriarch of Pec from 1693 to 1710.
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His Holines '''Kalinik I of Pec''' or Calinicus I ('''Калиник I патријарх пећки''') was Patriarch of Pec from 1693 to 1710.
  
He was first patriarch of Pec who was Greek. Kalinik became patriarch in spring 1693, with he;lp of hs cousin Alexandros Maurocordates who was high Turkish oficcial. Kalinik also was first patriarch who was not elected by Synod. That was the reason why almost all serbian hiierarch were refusing to recognised him as Patriarch for many years. Last who recognise him was Metropolitan of Cetinje Danilo Petrović Njegoš. Altough Calinicus Kalinik was phanriot hr remaind in good memory in history of Serbian church. Kalinik granted autonomy to Metropolitanate of Karlovci in ''Synodical letter'' from [[May 18]] 1710.  
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He was the first [[patriarch]] of Pec who was Greek. Kalinik became patriarch in the spring of 1693 with help of his cousin Alexandros Maurocordates, who was a high Turkish official. Kalinik also was the first patriarch who was not elected by the [[Holy Synod|Synod]], which has been the reason why almost all Serbian [[hierarch]]s have for many years refused to recognised him as a patriarch. The last hierarch to recognize him was Metropolitan of Cetinje Danilo Petrović Njegoš. Although Calinicus Kalinik was a phanriot he has maintained a good reputation in the history of Serbian church. Kalinik granted autonomy to Metropolitanate of Karlovci in the ''Synodical letter'' of [[May 18]], 1710.  
  
As Patriarch Kalinik was very succesfull in struggling with Roman proselytism. Thais was reason of hetriot wich Bosnian franciscans and Roman chatolic Archbishop of Bar felt for him. Patriarch Kalinik suffered a lot from Turks . Patriarch Kalinik died [[August 16]], 1710 in Temišvar.
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As patriarch, Kalinik was very successful in his struggles with Roman proselytism. This was reason for the hatred that Bosnian Franciscans and the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Bar felt for him. Patr. Kalinik suffered a lot under the Turks. He died on [[August 16]], 1710 in Temišvar.
 
   
 
   
 
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His Holines Kalinik I of Pec or Calinicus I (Калиник I патријарх пећки) was Patriarch of Pec from 1693 to 1710.

He was the first patriarch of Pec who was Greek. Kalinik became patriarch in the spring of 1693 with help of his cousin Alexandros Maurocordates, who was a high Turkish official. Kalinik also was the first patriarch who was not elected by the Synod, which has been the reason why almost all Serbian hierarchs have for many years refused to recognised him as a patriarch. The last hierarch to recognize him was Metropolitan of Cetinje Danilo Petrović Njegoš. Although Calinicus Kalinik was a phanriot he has maintained a good reputation in the history of Serbian church. Kalinik granted autonomy to Metropolitanate of Karlovci in the Synodical letter of May 18, 1710.

As patriarch, Kalinik was very successful in his struggles with Roman proselytism. This was reason for the hatred that Bosnian Franciscans and the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Bar felt for him. Patr. Kalinik suffered a lot under the Turks. He died on August 16, 1710 in Temišvar.

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Kalinik I of Pec
Preceded by:
Arsenije III
Patriarch of Serbia
1693-1710
Succeeded by:
Atanasije I
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