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ENGLISH VERSION: The Government of Greece Rejects the Appeal of the Abbot Methody of Esphigmenou Against the Decision of Constantinople Patriarch to Banish the Monks of Esphigmenou from Athos

The State Council of Greece, being been the supreme judicial court, rejected the community of Esphigmenou's appeal through the abbot of the monastery, Abbot Methodius, who attempted to dispute the decision of Patriarch Bartholemew of Constantinople about the...
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Опубликовано: 01.04.2005

ENGLISH VERSION: Embattled Eirinaios accuses Christodoulos

Patriarch Eirinaios of Jerusalem directly linked Archbishop Christodoulos with Greece's most wanted man, stating in a surprise revelation on February 23 that Christodoulos sent Apostolos Vavylis to Israel to help elect him. The revelation, made in an announcement...
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Опубликовано: 06.03.2005

ENGLISH VERSION: American ROAC Clerics Visit Suzdal

The Dean of ROAC in North America and pastor of Holy Resurrection Church in Worcester (Massachusetts), Protopresbyter Victor Melehov, the rector of the Church of St John the Russian in Ipswich (Massachusetts) Archpriest Spyridon Schneider, and rector of...
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Опубликовано: 02.03.2005

ENGLISH VERSION: Man Shot Himself Inside Church

BOSTON, Mass. – A Greek Orthodox Christian allegedly committed suicide in his own church.Authorities said a young Greek American man, 35 years of age, killed himself inside Saint Barbara’s Church in Orange, Connecticut on November 11-12. He used...
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Опубликовано: 02.12.2004

ENGLISH VERSION: The ultra-Orthodox innocents

The following story is particularly appropriate for the 10 days of penitence between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. In November 2003, President Moshe Katsav created a stir when at a speech to the first conference of the Yahad...
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Опубликовано: 23.09.2004

ENGLISH VERSION: Ashgabat Relaxes Religion Rules

ASHGABAT, Turkmenistan -- Pastor Pavel Fedotov was in church leading services when the bulldozers and wrecking balls showed up. Over the next week, they razed his house of worship as part of the authoritarian Turkmen government's crackdown on...
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Опубликовано: 02.08.2004

ENGLISH VERSION: Bulgarian Church Tensions Hits the Roof

Bitter real estate struggle between branches of Orthodox Church forces hundreds of clergy to preach outdoors. By Albena Shkodrova in Sofia (BCR No 509, 30-Jul-04) A massive brass chandelier, a human-sized wooden cross, several icons printed on glossy...
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Опубликовано: 01.08.2004