Pope Benedict XIV also approved the Synod of Zamość
MHFM: It’s also interesting to note that the 1720 Uniate Synod of Zamość or Zamoscia (which condemned Eastern ‘Orthodox’ Gregory Palamas) was also mentioned five times in a positive fashion by Pope Benedict XIV in his 1755 encyclical Allatae Sunt concerning the observance of the Greek Rites. Here’s one such reference:
Pope Benedict XIV, Allatae Sunt (#29), July 26, 1755: “It was decreed at the Synod of Zamoscia, which was studied by the Congregation of the Council as well as by the Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith…”
This is significant because segments of the Vatican II Sect consider the notorious heretic Gregory Palamas to be a saint. We cover the issue here: Greek "Orthodox" Gregory Palamas Is Not A Saint & He Was Condemned Before Vatican II.
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