the Church repeated her condemnation of the new calendar in a second Pan-Orthodox Council.
In the Ecclesiastical History (Constantinople 1912. Vol. III. p. 125), written by Metropolitain Philaret of Didymotichon, we read: “Likewise in 1587, a council at Constantinople was convoked where, in the presence of Jeremy II, Meletius Pegas and Sophronius of Jerusalem, the correction of the calendar was condemned as being perilous and unnecessary and as being, rather, the cause of many dangers.”