SYNDESMOSService de Laison entre les Mouvements et Groupements de Jeunesse (French: World Fellowship of Orthodox Youth)
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(23) "Resolutions Reached by the Working Group at the Sevres Conference, 7th-12th April 1953", Syndesmos News 1 (June 1953); cf.
assembly of Syndesmos, the world fellowship of Orthodox youth.
One year almost to the day since the SYNDESMOS leadership held a meeting with Patriarch Alexis II to discuss this project, and a year before the bicentennial celebrations culminate in Alaska, the Consultation gathered specialists in the field of Orthodox Mission from around the world for a week of study, exchange and visits to Orthodox parishes and initiatives in and around Moscow.
I convinced the youth department of the WCC, the international Orthodox youth organization Syndesmos and the Council of Evangelical Youth in Germany of the desirability and feasibility of such a project.
This article is adapted from a presentation given at the January 1999 International Consultation of Orthodox Theological Schools sponsored by the Orthodox youth fellowship Syndesmos in St Petersburg, Russia.
23, 1976, pp.507-30 (it is this article from which the extended quotations that follow are taken); an article under the same title in Syndesmos Consultation on Orthodox Theological Education, Helsinki, 1978, pp.2-19; "Les problemes de l'education olympique envisages a travers les travaux de l'Academie Internationale Olympique", Athens, International Olympic Academy, 1980, pp.43-55 (in English, French and Greek); and "Orthodox Principles in the Service of an Ecumenical Theological Education", in Orthodox Theology and Diakonia: Essays in Honour of Archbishop Iakovos, Brookline MA, 1981, pp.329-38.
We thank God and express deepest appreciation to all Orthodox church leadership for allowing Syndesmos to emerge as a prophetic reminder of the need to translate Orthodox mystical unity into concrete inter-Orthodox cooperation in renewal and witness.