TOMOS OF AUTOCEPHALY

THE UKRAINIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH-UAOCS

PATERNALLY AFFILIATED WITH THE ECUMENICAL PATRIARCHATE OF CONSTANTINOPLE

 

ON NOVEMBER 13, 1924.

 

GRANTED BY

HIS HOLINESS GREGORIOS VII +++

 

A Tomos of Autocephaly (Autonomy) was issued by the Ecumenical Patriarch GREGORIOS VII + of the Orthodox Church of Poland, which was directed by Metropolitan + DIONISIJ (Valedynsky). Due to political circumstances (and territorial partition) between the first and second world wars, most of the old Metropolitanato of Kiev was located in Poland. In this, the previous transfer Tomes of the Church of Kiev to Moscow's jurisdiction (1685) was declared Canonical and Independênte Metropolitanato Kiev (Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church) has been fully restored.
 
 
PATRIARCHAL AND SYNODICALLY CANONICAL TOMES
 
The Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, November 13 1924, concerning the Declaration of the Orthodox Church in Poland as a church Autocephalic.
 
+ GREGORIOS VII, by the grace of God Archbishop of Constantinople-new Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch the Holy Orthodox Church in the Polish State God-Protected with a standalone system and administration and proving its firmness in the faith, zealousness for charities requested our
 
Apostolic and Holy See Ecumenical patriarchal to bless and confirm its autocephalous administrative system, whereas in the new circumstances of political life, just such a system can satisfy and ensure your needs.
By examining this request with love, taking into account the instructions of the sacred canons, who established the system of Church Affairs should correspond with the forms and Community policies (IV Ecumenical Council, canon 17, SAW an Ecumenical Council, canon 38), as well as the reasoning of Photius: "it is acceptable that the laws concerning the Affairs of the Church and especially the parish Affairs should correspond with political and administrative changes" under another view, bowing before the canonical bond requirements, which require our concern to see Holy Orthodox churches the Ecumenical, who are in need; Considering also the fact that is not disputed by the story (because it is recorded that the first separation of our Cathedral of Kyivan Metropolia and Orthodox Metropolia of Lithuania and Poland, according to him, as well as their incorporation in the Church of Saint Muscovite was performed contrary to Canon law, but also everything that was agreed in relation to Church full autonomy of the Metropolitan of Kiev, which at the time had the title of Exarch of the Ecumenical Cathedral) We and our Holy Metropolitans, our beloved brethren and coworkers in Espírito Santo, considered our obligation to listen to the request presented by Santa Orthodox Church in Poland and give our blessing and approval for its autocephalous and independent administration.
 
As a result of this decision, following the guidance of the Holy Spirit, we decide: recognize a autocephalic Administration for the Orthodox Church in Poland and give our blessing to this, so as of today can be governed as a spiritual sister and decided your business and independent, so autocephalic, according to regulations and unlimited rights of other Autocephalic Orthodox churches of Santo Recognizing as their supreme authority of the Church, the Holy Synod, composed of Canonical Orthodox bishops, in Poland, at all times, whose President will be the blessed of
 
Warsaw and all Poland. To preserve and maintain canonically United with our Holy Ecumenical Apostolic See patriarchal, as well as all other Orthodox churches of Autocephalic, we can mention here the obligations that will have each of Warsaw and all Poland's: IE. report, in accordance with the regulations of the Holy Orthodox Church, his election and by a letter of enthronization enthronization, our great Christian Church, as well as all other Orthodox sister churches autocephalous: keep everything related to a firm maintenance of Orthodox faith and piety, as well as all that is commanded by the Holy canons and regulations of the Orthodox Church; to celebrate also in accordance with the regulations in the diptychs the name of the Ecumenical Patriarch and other Patriarchs as well as the hierarchs of other churches Autocephalic. Furthermore, we decree that sister Autocephalous Orthodox Church in Poland should get his Holy Myrh (oil) of our great Christian Church. We recommend that, at this point, that in matters of Church order and in matters of more general nature, which are in addition to the jurisdictional limits of each autocephalous church, acting individually, the Metropolitan of Warsaw and blessed Poland AII to apply to our Holy patriarchal see ecumenical, through whose mediation with each Union Church, "just teaching the word of truth" and request opinions of authority and helping her sister-churches.
Having carefully reviewed and considered all that canonical the Holy Synod meetings in the sixth and eleventh of November 1924, ordered, after approval of the Synod, this Synodic and patriarchal Tomes, with precision and unalteredly copied, as recorded in the Codex of our great Christian Church, the blessed + DIONISIJ, our beloved brother and co-worker in Christ, Metropolitan of Warsaw and all Poland, and President of the Holy Synod of the Orthodox Church Autocephalica , Poland.
 
May God strengthen for ages, by the grace and merits of the first great and Supreme Pastor, Christ our God, the Autocephalous Sister-Church in Poland, so Fortunately organized, he can lift and increase everything for the glory of your holy name, for the benefit of his flock
 
pious and to the joy of all the Autocephalous Orthodox Churches.
PATRIARCHTE OF CONSTANTINOPLE
Saint Andrew the Apostle (Founder)
Stachus the Apostle 38-54
Onesimus of Constantinople 54-68
Polycarpus I of Constantinople 69-89
Plutarch of Constantinople 89-105
Sedecion of Constantinople 105-114
Diogenes of Constantinople 114-129
Eleutherius of Constantinople 129-136
Felix of Constantinople 136-141
Polycarpus II from Constantinople 141-144
Athendodorus of Constantinople 144-148
Euzois from Constantinople 148-154
Laurence of Constantinople 154-166
Alipio of Constantinople 166-169
Pertinax of Constantinople 169-187
Olympians of Constantinople 187-198
Mark I of Constantinople (or Marcus I) 198-211
Philadelphus of Constantinople 211-217
Ciriacus I of Constantinople 217-230
Castinus of Constantinople 230-237
Eugenio I of Constantinople 237-242
Titus of Constantinople 242-272
Dometius of Constantinople 272-284
Rufino I of Constantinople 284-293
Probus of Constantinople 293-306
Metrophanes of Constantinople 306-314
Alexandre of Constantinople 314-337
Bishops and Archbishops of Constantinople including 325 / 331-381
Paul I of Constantinople 337-339
Eusebius of Nicomedia 339-341
Paul I of Constantinople restored 341-342
Macedonian I of Constantinople 342-346
Paul I of Constantinople restored 346-351
Macedonian I of Constantinople restored 351-360
Eudoxus of Antioch 360-370
Demophilus of Constantinople 370-379
Evgenius of Constantinople 370 or 379
Maximum of Constantinople 380
Gregory I of Constantinople Nazianzo, the Theologian 379-381
Patriarchs of Constantinople (since 381)
Nectar of Constantinople 381-397
John Chrysostom of Constantinople I 398-404
Arsacius of Tarso 404-405
Atticus of Constantinople 406-425
Sisinnius I of Constantinople 426-427
Nestor of Constantinople 428-431
Maximian of Constantinople 431-434
Proclus of Constantinople 434-446
Flavian of Constantinople 0r (Phlabianus) 446-449
Anatolian of Constantinople 449-458
Gennadius I of Constantinople 458-471
Acacia of Constantinople 471-488
Fravitta of Constantinople or (Phrabitas) 488-489
Euphemius of Constantinople 489-495
Macedonius II of Constantinople 495-511
Timothy I of Constantinople or (Timothy I) 511-518
Cappadocia John II of Constantinople 518-520
Epiphanius of Constantinople 520-535
Anthimus I of Constantinople 535-536
Men of Constantinople 536-552
Eutychius of Constantinople 552-565, 577-582
John III Scholastic of Constantinople 565-577
João IV Nesteutes of Constantinople 582-595
Cyrillic of Constantinople or Kyriakos (Greek) 596-606
Thomas I of Constantinople 607-610
Sérgio I of Constantinople 610-638
Pyrrho of Constantinople 638-641
Paul II of Constantinople 641-653
Peter of Constantinople 654-666
Thomas II of Constantinople 667-669
John V of Constantinople 669-675
Constantine I of Constantinople 675-677
Theodore I of Constantinople 677-679
George I of Constantinople 679-686
Paul III of Constantinople 687-693
Callinicus I of Constantinople 693-705
Cyrus of Constantinople 705-711
John VI of Constantinople 712-715
Germanus I or (Germanius) of Constantinople 715-730
Anastasius of Constantinople 730-754
Constantine II of Constantinople 754-766
Nicetas of Constantinople 766-780
Paul IV of Constantinople 780-784
St. Tarasius of Constantinople 784-806
Nicephorus of Constantinople 806-815
Theodotus I of Cassiteras 815-821
Anthony I of Constantinople 821-836
John Grammaticus VII of Constantinople 836-843
Methodius of Constantinople 843-847
Ignatius of Constantinople 847- 25 December 858,
867-23 out 877
Photius I (the Great) of Constantinople December 25 858 - 867,
877-886
Stephen I of Constantinople or (Stephan) 886-893
Anthony II Kauleas of Constantinople 893-901
Nicholas I of Constantinople Mysticus 901-907, 912-925
Euthymius I Syncellus of Constantinople 907-912
Stephan II or (Stephanus) from Amasea 925-928
Tryphon of Constantinople 928-931
Theophylactus from Constantinople 933-956
Polyeuctus of Constantinople 956-970
Basil I Skamandrenus of Constantinople 970-974
Anthony III Studites of Constantinople 974-980
Nicholas II Chrysoberges of Constantinople 984-996
Sisinnius II of Constantinople 996-998
Sérgio II of Constantinople 999-1019
Eustáquio of Constantinople 1019-1025
Aleixo I of Constantinople Studites 1025-1043
Michael I Cerulean of Constantinople 1043-1058
Constantine III Lichoudas of Constantinople 1059-1063
John VIII Xiphilinus of Constantinople 1064-1075
Cosme I of Constantinople 1075-1081
Eustáquio Garidas of Constantinople 1081-1084
Nicholas Grammaticus III of Constantinople 1084-1111
John IX Agapetus of Constantinople 1111-1134
Leo of Constantinople (Leon Styppes) 1134-1143
Michael II Kurkuas of Constantinople 1143-1146
Cosme II Atticus of Constantinople 1146-1147
Nicolau IV Muzalon of Constantinople 1147-1151
Theodotus II of Constantinople 1151-1153
Neophytus I of Constantinople 1153
Constantine V Chliarenus of Constantinople 1154-1156
Lucas Chrysoberges of Constantinople 1156-1169
Michael III (of Anchialus) of Constantinople 1170-1177
Chariton of Constantinople 1177-1178
Theodosius I Bursaries of Constantinople 1179-1183
Basilio II Carnaterus of Constantinople 1183-1186
Nicetas II Muntanes of Constantinople 1186-1189
Leontius of Constantinople (Leon Theotokites) 1189-1190
Dositeu of Constantinople 1190-1191
George II Xiphilinus of Constantinople 1191-1198
John X Camaterus of Constantinople 1198-1206
Michael IV Autoreianus of Constantinople 1207-1213
Theodore II Eirenicus of Constantinople 1213-1215
Maximus II of Constantinople 1215
Manuel I of Constantinople Charitopoulos 1215-1222
Germanus II (or Germanius) of Constantinople 1222-1240
Methodius II of Constantinople 1240
vacancy 1240-1244
Manuel II of Constantinople 1244-1255
Arsenic Autoreianus of Constantinople 1255-1259, 1261-1267
Nicephorus II of Constantinople 1260-1261
Germanus III or (Germanius) Constantinople 1267
Joseph I of Constantinople Galesiotes 1267-1275
John XI Bekkos of Constantinople 1275-1282
Gregory II Cyprius of Constantinople 1283-1289
Athanasius I of Constantinople 1289-1293, 1303-1309
John XII of Constantinople 1294-1303
Nephon I of Constantinople 1310-1314
John XIII Glykys of Constantinople 1315-1320
Gerasimo I of Constantinople 1320-1321
Jesaias of Constantinople 1323-1334
John XIV Kalekas of Constantinople 1334-1347
Isidore I of Constantinople 1347-1350
Callisto I of Constantinople 1350-1354, 1355-1363
Filoteu Kokkinos of Constantinople 1354-1355, 1364-1376
Macarius of Constantinople 1376-1379, 1390-1391
Nile of Constantinople (Neilus Kerameus) 1379-1388
Anthony IV of Constantinople 1389-1390, 1391-1397
Calisto Xanothopoulos of Constantinople 1397
Matthew I of Constantinople 1397-1410
Euthymius II of Constantinople 1410-1416
Joseph II of Constantinople 1416-1439
Metrophanes II of Constantinople 1440-1443
Gregory III Mammas of Constantinople 1443-1450
Athanasius II of Constantinople 1450-1453
Gennadius II Scholarius of Constantinople 1453-1456, 1458,
1462-1463, 1464
Isidoro II Xanthopoulos of Constantinople 1456-1457
Syropoulos of Constantinople 1463-1464
Joasaph I of Constantinople 1464, 1464-1466
Marcus II Xylokaraves of Constantinople 1466
Simeon I (of Trebizond) of Constantinople 1466, 1471-1474,
1481-1486
Dionysius I of Constantinople 1466-1471, 1489-1491
Raphael I of Constantinople 1475-1476
Maximus III Manasseh of Constantinople 1476-1481
Nephon II of Constantinople 1486-1488,
1497-1498, 1502
Maximus IV of Constantinople 1491-1497
Joachim I of Constantinople 1498-1502, 1504
Pachomius I of Constantinople 1503-1504, 1504-1513
Theoleptus I of Constantinople 1513-1522
Jeremiah I of Constantinople 1522-1545
Joannicus I of Constantinople 1546
Dionysius II of Constantinople 1546-1555
Joasaph II of Constantinople 1555-1565
Metrophanes III of Constantinople 1565-1572, 1579-1580
Jeremiah II Tranos of Constantinople 1572-1579, 1580-1584,
1587-1595
Pachomius II of Constantinople 1584-1585
Theoleptus II of Constantinople 1585-1586
Matthew II of Constantinople 1596, 1598-1602,
1603
Elijah, the Illustrious of Constantinople 1596
Theophanes I Karykes of Constantinople 1597
Meletius I Pegas (Coadjutor) of Constantinople 1597-1598, 1601
Neophytus II of Constantinople 1602-1603, 1607-1612
Raphael II of Constantinople 1603-1607
Timothy II (or Timotheus) of Constantinople 1612-1620
Cyril I of Constantinople Lucaris 1612, 1620-1623,
1623-1630, 1630-1633,
1633-1634, 1634-1635,
1637-1638
Gregory IV (of Amasea) of Constantinople 1623
Anthimus II of Constantinople 1623
Cyril II Kontares of Constantinople 1633, 1635-1636,
1638-1639
Athanasius III Patelaros of Constantinople 1634
Neophytus III (from Nicaea) of Constantinople 1636-1637
Parthenius I of Constantinople 1639-1644
Parthenius II of Constantinople 1644-1646, 1648-1651
Joannicus II of Constantinople 1646-1648, 1651-1652,
1653-1654, 1655-1656
Cyril III of Constantinople 1652-1654
Parthenius III of Constantinople 1656-1657
Gabriel II of Constantinople 1657
Parthenius IV of Constantinople 1657-1662, 1665-1667,
1671, 1675-1676,
1684, 1685
Theophanes II of Constantinople 1659
Dionysius III of Constantinople 1662-1665
Clement of Constantinople 1667
Methodius III of Constantinople 1668-1671
Dionysius Muselimes (the Muslim) of Constantinople 1671-1673, 1676-1679,
1682-1684, 1686,
1687, 1693-1694
Gerasimo II of Constantinople 1673-1674
Athanasius IV of Constantinople 1679
James of Constantinople 1679-1682, 1685-1686,
1687-1688
Callinicus II of Constantinople 1688, 1689-1693,
1694-1702
Neophytus IV of Constantinople 1688
Gabriel III of Constantinople 1702-1707
Neophytus V of Constantinople 1707
Cyprian I of Constantinople 1707-1709, 1713-1714
Athanasius V of Constantinople 1709-1711
Cyril IV of Constantinople 1711-1713
Cosme III of Constantinople 1714-1716
Jeremiah III of Constantinople 1716-1726, 1732-1733
Paisio II of Constantinople 1726-1732, 1740-1743,
1744-1748
Serapheim I of Constantinople 1733-1734
Neophytus VI of Constantinople 1734-1740, 1743-1744
Cyril V of Constantinople 1748-1751, 1752-1757
Callinicus III of Constantinople 1757
Serapheim II of Constantinople 1757-1761
Joannicus III of Constantinople 1761-1763
Samuel I Chatzeres of Constantinople 1763-1768, 1773-1774
Meletius II of Constantinople 1769-1769
Theodosius II of Constantinople 1769-1773
Sophoronius II of Constantinople 1774-1780
Gabriel IV of Constantinople 1780-1785
Procópio I of Constantinople 1785-1789
Neophytus VII of Constantinople 1789-1794, 1798-1801
Gerasimo III of Constantinople 1794-1797
Gregory V of Constantinople 1797-1798, 1806-1808,
1818-1821
Callinicus IV of Constantinople 1801-1806, 1808-1809
Jeremiah IV of Constantinople 1809-1813
Cyril VI of Constantinople 1813-1818
Eugenio II of Constantinople 1821-1822
Anthimus III of Constantinople 1822-1824
Chrysanthus I of Constantinople 1824-1826
Agathangelus I of Constantinople 1826-1830
Constantius I of Constantinople 1830-1834
Constantius II of Constantinople 1834-1835
Gregory VI of Constantinople 1835-1840, 1867-1871
Anthimus IV of Constantinople 1840-1841, 1848-1852
Anthimus V of Constantinople 1841-1842
Germanus IV or (Germanius) of Constantinople 1842-1845, 1852-1853
Meletius III of Constantinople 1845
Anthimus VI of Constantinople 1845-1848, 1853-1855,
1871-1873
Cyril VII of Constantinople 1855-1860
Joachim II of Constantinople 1860-1863, 1873-1878
Sophoronius III of Constantinople 1863-1866
Joaquim III of Constantinople 1878-1884, 1901-1912
Joachim IV of Constantinople 1884-1887
Dionysius V of Constantinople 1887-1891
Neophytus VIII of Constantinople 1891-1894
Anthimus VII of Constantinople 1895-1897
Constantine V of Constantinople 1897-1901
Germanus V ri (Germanius) of Constantinople 1913-1918
vacancy 1918-1921
Meletius IV Metaxakis of Constantinople 1921-1923
Gregory VII of Constantinople 1923-1924
Constantine VI of Constantinople 1924-1925
Basil III of Constantinople 1925-1929
Photius II of Constantinople 1929-1935
Benjamin I of Constantinople 1936-1946
Maximus V of Constantinople 1946-1948
Athenagoras of Constantinople 1948-1972
Demetrius I of Constantinople 1972-1991
Bartholomew I of Constantinople 1991 - present.

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