Marian A Pilgrim wrote:
Hello to my sisters and brothers in Christ,
x x x .
We must have a common date for the Holy Pascha (Easter) and the same Divine Liturgy. This is the most important, the Divine Liturgy.
x x x .
In the Risen Lord Jesus Christ, Marian +
No, it cannot and will never be done! There are many liturgies celebrated among the Churches, East and West. All are "equal" in all respects.
Your liturgy is derived from the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, which was developed relatively later in Byzantium/Constantinople than the "older" litrugies of Rome, Antioch, and Alexandria.
There are "differences" among a Coptic liturgy and a Byzantine liturgy and an Armenian liturgy and a Chaldean/Assyrian liturgy and a Maronite liturgy and a Latin/Roman liturgy. However, there is unity in diversity!
The Romanian Orthodox Church celebrates the Byzantine/Slavic recension of the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, like all other Eastern Slavic countries. Churches in Africa, the Middle East, certain parts of Asia, and in some areas in the dispora celebrate a different form of liturgy. The rest celebrate the Latin/Roman liturgy.
Even if unity is achieved between the Catholic Church and the Orthodox Churches, their respective liturgies will continue to be celebrated in the unified Church.
This is the case for the 22 sui juris
Eastern Catholic Churches ("Orthodox in communion with Rome"). Each has retained, and continue to celebrate, its original and historic liturgy.