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A wound called orthodoxy


Pope Wojtyla said that Christianity has two lungs and that, without the Orthodox one, it would not exist. But Orthodox Christians, explains Paolo Rumiz in this interview, were first persecuted and then removed from the collective memory of the West. Everything started with the destruction of the Turkish empire, when a nationalistic mentality became predominant.

Pope Wojtyla said that Christianity has two lungs and that, without the Orthodox one, it would not exist. But Orthodox Christians, explains Paolo Rumiz in this interview, were first persecuted and then removed from the collective memory of the West. Everything started with the destruction of the Turkish empire, when a nationalistic mentality became predominant.

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