Talk:Feast of Orthodoxy

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Name Change[edit]

I was wondering if "moving" the page (i.e., renaming it) to "Triumph of Orthodoxy" or, better yet, "Sunday of Orthodoxy" would be recommended? These are the only names I have ever heard it called by, and I've been Orthodox for 27 years now. This page, and the Catholic Encyclopedia article it was originally taken from, are the only placed I've ever seen it referred to as "Feast of Orthodoxy" I was wondering what other users thought. MishaPan 14:14, 20 July 2007 (UTC)


I have rearranged the images by inserting one depicting the Triumph of Orthodoxy at the head of the article, and dropping the icon from St Catherine's down. The icon of Nicea VII has been replaced, because it is less relevant to this article.Iacobus (talk) 03:08, 15 July 2009 (UTC)