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Joachim III of Constantinople

Joachim III (Ιωακείμ Γ')
Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople
Installed 1878
1901
Term ended 1884
1912
Predecessor Joachim II
Constantine V
Successor Joachim IV
Germanus V
Personal details
Born January 1834
Constantinople, Ottoman Empire
Died November 26, 1912(1912-11-26) (aged 78)
Constantinople, Ottoman Empire
Nationality Aromanian
Denomination Greek Orthodox

Joachim III the Magnificent (Greek: Ιωακείμ Γ' ο Μεγαλοπρεπής; 1834 – 1912) was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 1878 to 1884 and from 1901 to 1912.

He was born in Varna and in 1874 bishop of Thessalonica[1] In the time of his first reign, he worked on the improvement of the financial state of the Patriarchate. In 1880 he founded the magazine "Truth" and did various other charitable acts. He is seen as one of the most prominent and important Patriarchs of the twentieth century and modern time. Patriarch Joachim III repeatedly attempted to find a solution to the Bulgarian schism, to little avail.[2]Patriarch Joachim is a Mason, a member of lodge «Πρόοδος»[3]

References

  1. ^ Constantinople, old and new By Harrison Griswold Dwight Page 509-510 ISBN 0-7103-0721-7
  2. ^ Taming Balkan nationalism By Robin Okey Page 35 ISBN 0-19-921391-7
  3. ^ Ιωακείμ Γ’ Πατριάρχης

External links

  • Joachim III of Constantinople -orthodox wiki
  • Photo from the website of the Ecumenical Patriarchate
Orthodox Church titles
Preceded by
Joachim II
Constantine V
Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople
1878–1884
1901–1912
Succeeded by
Joachim IV
Germanus V


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