Greek metropolitan: Synodals of GOC betrayed Christ
The hierarch of Greece accused the Holy Synod of the Greek Church of the fact that the synodals did not publicly condemn Elias Mossialos, who insulted the Mother of God.
The former Metropolitan Ambrosios of Kalavryta (Greek Orthodox Church) said that the bishops of the Greek Orthodox Church betrayed Christ, reports Romfea.
Metropolitan Ambrosios in an address to the Synod of the Greek Orthodox Church writes: “Have you, the high priests of the Church of Greece, unscrupulously abandoned your high mission and turned from representatives of Christ into representatives of Mitsotakis? That is, you have given up the privilege of being a type of Christ and ended up being a type of Mitsotakis?
In his opinion, "the unconditional acceptance and faithful application of the measures of the Mitsotakis government, as a result of which the churches were closed and the parishioners disappeared, is a violation of Christ and a betrayal of our Orthodox faith".
He asks if the evidence of Christ's wrath for the treacherous attitude of the bishops of the GOC towards Him is “the complete destruction by the recent earthquake of the temple in Arkalohori in Crete, which was transformed into the first vaccination centre in Greece?”.
Metropolitan Ambrosios also accused the Holy Synod of the Greek Church of the fact that the Synod did not publicly condemn Elias Mossialos, who insulted the Mother of God.
“If the Holy Synod, as a competent administrative body, and each of you, as the guardian of the faith, did not condemn this terrible insult to the Mother of God, whom Mossialos equates with a harlot, then who else could have done it? So, you are traitors to our Faith?” Bishop Ambrosios wrote.
As reported earlier, the Greek bishop believes that the hierarchs of the Greek Synod who promote the need for vaccination have become representatives of Mitsotakis rather than Christ.