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Ascension!

Dioceses News - BOLGRAD DIOCESE Thursday, 13 May 2010

 

Ascension!

 

 

ROCA Bishops Council Epistle

Synod of Bishops - Official documents Friday, 30 April 2010

ROCA Bishops Council Epistle

The Bishops Council of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad greets its faithful members in these joyous days with the Paschal salutation:

Christ is Risen!

In many ways, the future of our Church depends on each of its members.The faithful of the Church must understand that the Christian way of life is yet another embodiment of the sermon of the Gospel.  The entire way of the Church is the way of unity in Christ.  As an example of such unity, the past of the Russian Church Abroad is with us to this day, and since it is a Holy Legacy, we desire to remain faithful to it.  We bear in mind the admonitions of the Saint Patriarch Tikhon and all our First Hierarchs – Metropolitans Anthony, Anastasy, Philaret, and Vitaliy – and we stand firm in that immaculate Orthodox confession, to which the entire Orthodox Church has held throughout the years. “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.” (Hebrews 13:8).

In the manner of our Lord, we have strived to unite everyone and offered an invitation to members of the divided ROCA to begin a dialogue, but unfortunately our voice has not been heard by many to this day.  Nevertheless, we do not cease to hope that the flock which finds itself in disunity will respond one day to our call to gather our Church together.

In these sorrowful days, the actions of many of those who call themselves Orthodox attest to their loss of the spirit of Christ.  Having conducted and justified praying together with heretics and entering into arrangements with the mighty of this world for the sake of their material well-being, they have lost the very ability to distinguish good and evil.  Still we call upon our flock to not become bitter and continue to entreat God to turn the hearts of those who recently were our brothers and who are now our persecutors.

In light of the new wave of harassment which Christians are experiencing from the governments of the lands they find themselves in (we are experiencing this in Argentina), as well as from the Moscow Patriarchate, we call upon all of you, dear fathers, brothers and sisters to stand firm in the Truth.  Neither tribulation, nor distress, nor persecution, nor famine, nor nakedness, nor peril, nor sword will keep you from Christ’s love! (Romans 8:35)  God will give those who Love Him the strength to overcome all tribulations!

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Paschal Epistle Of the Most Reverend Metropolitan Agafangel

Synod of Bishops - Epistles from bishops Sunday, 04 April 2010

Владыка Агафангел

PASCHAL EPISTLE

Of the Most Reverend Metropolitan Agafangel,
First Hierarch of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad.

In these grand days, suffused with the mystery of the victory of life over death, we, like the Myrrh-Bearing women who heralded the news of His Resurrection to the Lord’s disciples, congratulate “with great joy” (Matthew 28:8) all the faithful servants of our sacred Russian Orthodox Church Abroad with the Resurrection of Christ.  Henceforth, “without fear” (Matthew 28:10) and “doubt” (Matthew 28:17), without “trembling and amazement” (Mark16:8), without “mourning and weeping” (Mark16:10), we rejoice and bow down to the Resurrected Christ (Matthew 28:9) and with deep faith and a “burning heart” (Luke 24:32) affirm that truly Christ is Risen!

Through His Resurrection, the Savior of the world commanded, “I am sending you (John 20:21).  “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit (Matthew 28:19).”  For almost 100 years, the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad has testified to the people of many countries of this world of the Crucified and Resurrected Christ and has brought to them the redemptive message of the Gospel.

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New West Coast ROCA Mission! /Union City, California

Announcements - Official announcements Thursday, 22 April 2010

 

With the blessing of ROCA First Hierarch Metropolitan Agafangel, and in accordance with the decision of theFebruary meeting of the Eastern American and Syracuse dioceses, the ROCA California Missionhas been established.  ArchpriestVsevolod Dutikow has been appointed the head of the mission, along with Deacon Dimitriy Dobronravov as his assistant. The goal of the mission is to conduct regularservices on the West Coast by ROCA clergy.  The Missionhas also made available the first issue of its publication “Mission Newsletter.”  Those who wish to receive “Missionary Newsletter” at their home address, should contact ROCA

using e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
using regular mail:     . ROCOR Mission in California,
P.O. Box 3025,
Union City, CA 94587
 

Sanctification

Dioceses News - ODESSA DIOCESE Monday, 19 April 2010

 

The Most Reverend Metropolitan Agafangel blessed the new church dedicated to the Nativity of the Mother of God at the St. John convent in the village of Egorovka, which was built through the efforts of Hegumena Aleksandra (Chernavskaya). The first Divine Liturgy took place after the blessing, officiated by Metropolitan Agafangel along with the Most Reverend Georgiy, Bishop of Bolgradand Belgorod-Dnestrovsk, hieromonks Methodius, Ignatius and Dula, and Fr.Simeon Kaloyev.

Atrapeza was held after the liturgy, attended by over 70 people.

Video clip 1;
Video clip 2;
Metropolitan Agafangel’s sermon.

 

Ordination in Church of St. Ignatius Brianchaninov ( Chadyr-Lunga )

Dioceses News - BOLGRAD DIOCESE Wednesday, 14 April 2010

 

Simeon Georgiyevich Kaloyev was ordained a priest by Bishop Georgiy on the feast day of Annunciation in the Church of St. Ignatius Brianchaninov, in the city of Chadyr-Lunga.  Fr. Simeon will be the second priest for the parish.  Photos can be seen here: http://igym-n.livejournal.com/132411.html#cutid1

 

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