Would anyone know why we do not mention this council in our liturgy? Our church was represented by St Dioscorus - if I'm not mistaken?
In the liturgy, we mention the 320 who assembled in Nicea and the 450 (or so) who assembled in Ephesus - why don't we mention those who assembled in Chalcedon?
This is a very very painful period for our Church, and for Christianity in general. I understand that. But the fact is, we were represented, and we were excommunicated as a result.
Does anyone know the exact history of Chalcedon? what happened exactly??
Are we at fault in anyway?