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Holy Synod for the American Diaspora of True Orthodox Christians

By nature of holding to the same faith and canonical tradition all Orthodox bodies are de facto in full communion. However, in light of the modern-day Orthodox ecclesiastical crisis resulting often in political and canonical divisions of mutual rejection, our aim is towards traditional Orthodox unity from a true canonical, spiritual and theological point of view. The idea of an agreement of ecclesiastical relations between Orthodox jurisdictions of the same stand is very edifying and most Christ-like. It is for this reason that we have established this Holy Synod many years ago. The undersigned members of the Holy Synod for the American Diaspora of True Orthodox Christians desire to work for the repair of the fragmentation that has occurred within the Christian church at large and in particular the Eastern Orthodox Church.

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