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His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew today concluded atwo-day visit to the Archbishop of Canterbury, during which the two leaders celebrated worship, prayed together and discussed challenging issues facing the Anglican and Orthodox Churches and the wider world.
Archbishop Justin and Patriarch Bartholomew prayed for those caught up in the refugee crisis, and held a joint vigil in the chapel at Lambeth Palace to pray for those fleeing violence, persecution and poverty.
His All-Holiness led a lecture and debate on the environment, describing global warming as a ‘moral crisis’. The response was given by the Bishop of Salisbury, the Rt Reverend Nicholas Holtam, who is the Church of England’s lead bishop on the environment, and the Revd Archdeacon John Chryssavgis, who spoke ahead of the UN conference on climate change in Paris next month.
The Archbishop praised Patriarch Bartholomew for his committed ministry to the environment and said it was a "great privilege and joy to have you with us".
During one-on-one discussions the Archbishop and the Patriarch spoke of key issues facing their churches including marriage, sexuality and the beginning of life.
The visit concluded with an invitation from the Ecumenical Patriarch to the Archbishop, inviting him to join a conference on trafficking at the Phanar next year.