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But Eastern Orthodox do commune Oriental Orthodox and Eastern Catholics (and vice versa) on a regular basis in the Middle East. We have had that confirmed a number of times here and yet people who don’t like the facts then try to deny it.
A Synodal and Patriarchal Letter.
To All Our Children, Protected by God, of the Holy See of Antioch:
You must have heard of the continuous efforts for decades by our Church with the sister Syrian Orthodox Church to foster a better knowledge and understanding of both Churches, whether...
Since you asked the question I hope the mods will not consider my answer proselytizing. Simply start attending an Eastern Catholic Church, after a suitable amount of time 1-2 years you may petition to change your sui iuris Church by writing both bishops involved.