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In particular I express my highest regard for the followers of Buddhism, the majority religion in Sri Lanka, with its … four great values of … loving kindness, compassion, sympathetic joy and equanimity; with its ten transcendental virtues and the joys of the Sangha expressed so beautifully in the Theragathas. I ardently hope that my visit will serve to strengthen the goodwill between us, and that it will reassure everyone of the Catholic Church’s desire for interreligious dialogue and cooperation in building a more just and fraternal world. To everyone I extend the hand of friendship, recalling the splendid words of the Dhammapada: «Better than a thousand useless words is one single word that gives peace….»[195]

Eastern Orthodox Church
Main article: Pope John Paul II’s relations with the Eastern Orthodox Church
In May 1999, John Paul II visited Romania on the invitation from Patriarch Teoctist Arăpaşu of the Romanian Orthodox Church. This was the first time a pope had visited a predominantly Eastern Orthodox country since the Great Schism in 1054.[196] On his arrival, the Patriarch and the President of Romania, Emil Constantinescu, greeted the pope.[196] The Patriarch stated, «The second millennium of Christian history began with a painful wounding of the unity of the Church; the end of this millennium has seen a real commitment to restoring Christian unity.»[196]

On 23–27 June 2001, John Paul II visited Ukraine, another heavily Orthodox nation, at the invitation of the President of Ukraine and bishops of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church.[197] The Pope spoke to leaders of the All-Ukrainian Council of Churches and Religious Organisations, pleading for «open, tolerant and honest dialogue».[197] About 200 thousand people attended the liturgies celebrated by the Pope in Kiev, and the liturgy in Lviv gathered nearly one and a half million faithful.[197] John Paul II said that an end to the Great Schism was one of his fondest wishes.[197] Healing divisions between the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches regarding Latin and Byzantine traditions was clearly of great personal interest. For many years, John Paul II sought to facilitate dialogue and unity stating as early as 1988 in Euntes in mundum, «Europe has two lungs, it will never breathe easily until it uses both of them.»

During his 2001 travels, John Paul II became the first pope to visit Greece in 1291 years.[198][199] In Athens, the pope met with Archbishop Christodoulos, the head of the Church of Greece.[198] After a private 30-minute meeting, the two spoke publicly. Christodoulos read a list of «13 offences» of the Catholic Church against the Eastern Orthodox Church since the Great Schism,[198] including the pillaging of Constantinople by crusaders in 1204, and bemoaned the lack of apology from the Catholic Church, saying «Until now, there has not been heard a single request for pardon» for the «maniacal crusaders of the 13th century».[198]

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