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Patriarch Maximos IV Saygh.
Bird, Thomas E.
|Series||The men who make the Council : -- no. 6|
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The presence of Maximos IV Sayegh () at Vatican Council II was visibly felt on several occasions. Supported by his very active collaborators, Maximos IV spoke in the same fashion as his predecessor Gregory II Yousof. Patriarch Athenagoras I saw him as the spokesman of . He succeeded Demetrius I Qadi as patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church on December 8, He also served as the spiritual protector of international ecumenical Military and Hospitaller Order of St. Lazarus of Jerusalem. Patriarch Cyril died on September 8, , and was succeeded by Maximos IV Sayegh.
At the Second Vatican Council, Melkite Patriarch Maximos IV Sayegh spoke forcefully against the latinization of the Eastern Catholic churches, and urged a greater receptivity to the eastern Christian traditions, especially in the area of ecclesiology. Today the Melkite bishops, including Patriarch Maximos IV, support the idea that, in the event. At the Second Vatican Council, Melkite Patriarch Maximos IV Sayegh spoke forcefully against the latinization of the Eastern Catholic churches, and urged a greater receptivity to the eastern Christian traditions, especially in the area of ecclesiology. From the book "The Eastern Christian Churches" by Fr. Ronald Roberson.
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Maximos IV Sayegh (or Saïgh) (Ap – November 5, ) was Patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church from until his death in One of the fathers of Second Vatican Council, the outspoken patriarch stirred the Council by urging reconciliation between the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches.
Maximos IV Sayegh, patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church in –; See also. Patriarch (disambiguation) Maximus (disambiguation) This disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name.
If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the. In Novemberthe Holy Synod at Ain Traz in Lebanon elected him successor to Patriarch Maximos IV Sayegh, whose reign had lasted 20 years. Pastoral duties took Maximos to flourishing diaspora.
Maximos IV Sayegh SMSP, também Maximos IV Saigh., (* 10 de abril em Aleppo, Império Otomano ; † 5. Novembroem Beirute, Líbano) era Patriarca de Antioquia e todo o Oriente, de Alexandria e Jerusalém do melquita Igreja Católica Grega. Vida Sayegh foi ordenado sacerdote em 17 de setembro de At that time, the then Patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church, Maximos IV Sayegh, also spoke against Israel and his stance had an effect on the final document.
Here's an excerpt, first, from Jesuit John O'Malley's book, What Happened at Vatican II, and after that, a quote from the into to Maximos's documents for Vatican II. The Divine and Holy Gospel Book, Alleluia Press, Allendale, (N.J.), Let us all echo the remarks of our Patriarch Maximos IV Sayegh of Antioch at Vatican II: "We must not allow the adaptation of the liturgy to become an obsession.
The liturgy, like the inspired writings, has a permanent value apart from the circumstances giving rise to it. When Patriarch Cyril IX died inthe Synod of Bishops of the Melkite Church elected Maximos Sayegh as Patriarch of Antioch. Starting inPatriarch Maximos convened annual synods of his bishops.
He returned to the USA inmaking the first visit to the New World by a Melkite Patriarch. Maximos IV died in at the age of Maximos IV, fully conscious of being an Eastern patriarch and not some curial dependent, responded with dignity and courtesy, but with great firmness and unambiguous clarity, that the liturgical languages of the Byzantine Church were none of His Eminence's business.
It is of such stuff that leaders are made. And prophets too. Maximos IV, l'Orient conteste l'Occident by Emilios Inglessis (Book) Discorsi di Massimo IV al Concilio.
Discorsi e note del patriarca Maximos IV Sayegh Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarch of Antioch. Maximos IV. Sayegh syrischer Geistlicher, Patriarch von Antiochia.
MAXIMOS IV SAYEGH Greek Catholic patriarch, cardinal; b. Alep (Syria), Ap d. Beirut, Nov. 5, Maximos studied first at the Episcopal College, then at the College de Terre Sainte des Pères Franciscains in his native town.
Inhe entered into Seminaire Sainte-Anne de Jerusalem, directed by the White Fathers. There he completed his secondary education and philosophical and. Patriarch Maximos IV Saygh: Critical Portarits; Men Who Make the Council Series #6 Paperback – See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback, "Please retry" Manufacturer: Univ. Notre Dame. Maximos IV Sayegh (or Saïgh) (Ap – November 5, ) was Patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church from until his death in One of the fathers of Second Vatican Council, the outspoken patriarch stirred the Council by urging reconciliation between the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches.
Massimo Sayegh was born on Ap in Aleppo. He was ordained a. Maximos IV Sayegh was Patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church from until his death in He was born on Ap and died on November 5, This photograph originates from the International Magazine Services photo archive.
Judaism. You can read all the documents of The Melkite Greek Church at the council, with an intro by Robert F. Taft SJ, at this page - Discourses and Memoranda of Patriarch Maximos IV and of the Hierarchs of His Church at the Second Vatican Council - it's pretty interesting.
In this engaging book, Fr. Murphy chronicles the participation, influence, and lasting impact of l'enfant terrible, Melkite Patriarch Maximos IV Sayegh, at the Second Vatican Council.
Murphy was aided in his extensive research “by my fortunate access to primary sources and personalities at the Council who shared generously of their. "The Eastern Churches and Catholic Unity," edited by Maximos IV Sayegh, the Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarch of Antioch.
These are a series of essays revealing concerns of the Melkite Church (an Eastern Catholic Church in union with the Pope of Rome) on the eve of Vatican II.
Maximos V Hakim (Arabic: ماكسيموس الخامس حكيم ;in Tanta, Egypt – JBeirut, Lebanon) was elected Patriarch of Antioch and All the East, and Alexandria and Jerusalem of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church in and served until He guided the church through turbulent changes in the Middle East and rapid expansion in the Western hemisphere.
On NovemH.B. cardinal Maximos IV Sayegh, who distinguished himself by the enthusiasm and the content of his doctrinal intervention at the various sessions of the Vatican Council, was succeeded by the present Patriarch H.B. Maximos V, a man of broad outlook, whose sharp intellect is combined with great energy and strength of mind.
Maximos IV, Patriarch of Antioch, Sources found: The Eastern churches and Catholic unity, t.p. (Maximos IV Sayegh, Patriarch of Antioch and. patriarch (Maximos IV Sayegh), reported as having played an im portant part in the proceedings of the Council.
This second book further demonstrates the way in which the attitude of the Easterners is reflected in other parts of the Roman communion. Having studied both works, the reader will find himself compelled to the conclusion.Patriarch Maximos V Hakim coat of arms.
Patriarch Maximos V Hakim coat of arms (previous variant) Patriarch Maximos IV Sayegh coat of arms () Eparchies. Eparchy of Saida coat of arms. Eparchy of Homs coat of arms.
Archeparchy of Beirut coat of arms. Melkite Greek Catholic Council of Lebanon.Maximos V () was elected Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarch in and served until He guided the church through tubulent changes in the Middle East and rapid expansion in the Western hemisphere. He was born George Selim Hakim at Tanta, Egypt to parents who were originally from Aleppo.
He was educated locally and at Le College de la Sainte Famille (High School .