The unity of the Orthodox world, previously threatened by the illegal actions of Phanar in Ukraine, collapsed. The Synod of the Patriarch of Constantinople made decisions, in fact, placing it outside of Orthodoxy.
Probably not many people who follow international affairs think the intricacies of Orthodox Church governance are particularly important.
Well, the US Department of State does.
The Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century reformed nothing but it changed everything.
The canonical crime of the Patriarch of Constantinople, Bartholomew, whose jurisdiction includes only a few parishes in Turkey and part of the diaspora in the rest of the world, must be condemned by the entire Orthodox world.
Liberal "Western Christianity" is gradually losing its last moral foundation, turning into a post-Christian subculture