Major Russian Official Declares That The Vatican And The Orthodox Church Must Unite To Fight The Homosexual Agenda And The Antichrist War Against Christianity

By Theodore Shoebat

The Russian ambassador to the Vatican has declared that both the Holy See and the Eastern Orthodox Church must unite to fight the sodomite agenda and the war against Christianity. According to one report from RT:

Russia’s ambassador to the Vatican has praised the current relations between the Roman Catholic and Russian Orthodox Churches, adding that more cooperation is needed to preserve the foundations of Christian civilization.

The situation that has formed in the world by this moment gives us a large field for cooperation, as it threatens the moral and ethical foundations of Christian civilization, which are the same for believers and non-believers,” Ambassador Aleksandr Avdeyev said in an interview with RIA Novosti.

Both churches see this as a serious threat. When the very institution of family and marriage is being destroyed, people start violating the laws of Christian civilization and this cannot leave Catholics and Orthodox Christians without concerns,” he added.

The diplomat also said that the current cooperation between the Russian Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches was deep and beneficial. “This dialogue was greatly improved by the Pope’s statements concerning two issues that had always divided Russian Orthodox Christians and Roman Catholics. First of all, the Pope has stated that proselytism is a sin. It was probably the first such statement in the whole history of the Holy See. Also, he has said that the dialogue and cooperation between Catholics and Orthodox Christians must be based on equality and the principle that everyone must remain who they are.”

Avdeyev noted that the Vatican was interested in the Russian Orthodox Church’s experience in working with the Muslim population in Russia. “Five centuries of such interactions demonstrate that we see the most stable situation in places where Orthodox Christians and Muslims live together. This is the type of experience that the Roman Catholics are lacking,” he said.

The Russian Church is keen to learn more about the Vatican’s educational programs and projects aimed at preserving traditional family values, the diplomat added.

When reporters asked the ambassador about the possibility of an official visit by the Pope to Russia, he replied with a quote from the chair of the Russian Holy Synod’s Department for External Relations, Metropolitan Hilarion: “every day of our lives brings us closer to this event.”

In mid-February last year, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Kirill, and Pope Francis held a first-ever meeting in Havana, Cuba. At the summit the two church leaders signed a declaration calling for protection of Christians in the Middle East and North Africa and for help for refugees from these regions. They also discussed their concerns over a perceived family crisis in modern society and expressed regret that other forms of cohabitation are being placed on the same level as the traditional union between a man and a woman.


  • ChristianAmericanCrusader

    “Both churches see this as a serious threat. When the very institution of family and marriage is being destroyed, people start violating the laws of Christian civilization and this cannot leave Catholics and Orthodox Christians without concerns.”

    God Bless this Russian Ambassador for speaking truth. Absolutely love it to kick start off the New Year. Eventually, when Christendom re-awakens, along with Christ’s return, both the Catholics/Orthodox will unite together in the future to help fight and destroy all evil systems.

    • filomena seiffert


  • Elias

    Let’s pray for the reunification of the 2 churches

  • CTyank

    Good news and something to hope and pray for.

  • Georgeorwell

    Sorry to rain on you parade but Bergoglio, who surrounds himself with the pink mafia, has no intention to fight sodomy. The Russian church has no desire to unify with Rome unless to do so would bring control from Moscow.

  • paulette barrow


  • Higlac


    There is at least one case of a crime by Serbian ORTHODOX against Roman Catholics: it was Serbian soldiers under the vassal Stefan Lazarevich who won the major Battle of Nicopolis on 1396/09/25 for the Turkish Sultan Bayezid I against French, German, Hungarian and other Crusaders under Count Jean “the Fearless” of Nevers.

    Had the Crusaders won instead, perhaps the Ottoman Empire might have collapsed and died off (as it nearly did when 6 years later Timur Lenk defeated Bayezid at Ankara), and all South-Eastern Europe could have been so spared centuries of Moslem occupation and its attendant GENOCIDE of Serbs, Croats, Greeks, Bulgarians and many others…

    As being partially-Orthodox by ancestry and upbringing, it’s important for us to remember that we are NOT innocent victims…

  • Georgeorwell

    I don’t give two sh#ts about the so called “Orthodox” church.

  • Travis McGhee

    Here is my question for Ted and other Catholics in regard to Homosexuality. It seems this website has a string stance against homosexuality, which I have agreed with as a Protestant, but I have recently been in the process of converting to the Catholic church. One of the things I have found troubling is the liberalism that seems to have heavily infiltrated the CC.

    I am involved in different Catholic Facebook discussion groups during my process of conversion and it seems they take a string stance against anyone condemning homosexuality. I was strongly corrected because I made the statement that homosexuality is sin. I had someone who claims to be homosexual and struggles with that sin. I respectfully challenged him as to why he would associate himself with any sin , let alone Homosexuality, if he considers himself a Christian. His response to me was that homosexuality itself isn’t sin only the act is. I continued to challenge that premise and that brought on a private conversation with a group admin about my statements.

    Not wanting to leave the group, as it has been a helpful resource for learning other aspects about the CC. I have seen this very argument being used a lot with those who claim to be homosexuals in the church. The argument has been made that the church (Catechism) says that the temptation of homosexuality is not sin but the act is and those who have such a struggle it is a cross to bare.

    To me this seems to be a twisting of the Catechism as the Catechism doesn’t just challenge such individuals with not committing the act but challenges them with chastity which tue Catechism describes as going beyond just not committing the act but also not allowing yourself to be controlled by such lust or temptations.

    My question for you Ted, and other Catholics, have you seen the same infiltration and how do you reconcile your own strong stance against homosexuality and either what the church (Catechism) teaches or what some advocate it to say? What do you understand the official church position to be and does that differ from tour stance and if so how do your reconcile that?

    I greatly appreciate the influence of this ministry and it is Walid’s influence through his teaching that influenced me to do a two year study into church history, the reformation and the CC. I am great ful for that and appreciate your input on this topic.

  • Стефан Евгений

    That is not correct over 85 % of the Church agrees with The Russian Church.
    The resent Synod proved that ……Only Constantinople and Greece did not show up.

  • Стефан Евгений

    Rob, see my reply to John.

  • Travis McGhee

    I agree with you and that’s the reason for my question. I have been a Protestant for 20 years but have recently started attending mass and have gone to confession. I am planning on joining the CC but I see that liberalism has invaded the church. I am curious how Ted and Walid reconcile there own position with what the church teaches and practices.

  • Travis McGhee

    Rob I appreciate the reply. For me I believe the CC holds the chair of Peter and the keys. God promised to guide the church into all truth until the end of the age. This is why I have chosen the CC. I’m just unsure of what to do with the liberalism as I am new to the church and trying to take a learning position of humility.