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The history of the mission in Korea

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  • byakimov@csc.com.au
    http://www.korthodox.org/eng/brief_history.html (in English)
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 2, 2005
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    • michael nikitin
      byakimov@csc.com.au wrote: http://www.korthodox.org/eng/brief_history.html (in English) Although, we are now in a difficult situation with little financial
      Message 2 of 3 , Jun 3, 2005
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        byakimov@... wrote:

        http://www.korthodox.org/eng/brief_history.html (in English)
        "Although, we are now in a difficult situation with little financial support, we witness and follow our Lord like the Apostles and martyrs in the early Churches and like the new martyrs under the Soviet regime."

        If they witness and follow the new martyrs under the Soviet regime, does this mean they look at the MP as being uncanonical and will not unite in Eucharistic Communion with them until the MP repents and refuses to believe Metr.Serge saved the Church? Otherwise why didn't they join the MP in the first place?

        Michael N




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      • David Stavro
        http://www.fivedoves.com/letters/june2005/donnad62-11.htm Donna Danna (2 June 2005) Wash.National Cathedral Had A Reading From the KORAN The WASHINGTON
        Message 3 of 3 , Jun 3, 2005
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          http://www.fivedoves.com/letters/june2005/donnad62-11.htm
          Donna Danna (2 June 2005)
          "Wash.National Cathedral Had A Reading From the KORAN"


          "The WASHINGTON NATIONAL CATHEDRAL'S installed its new
          dean, one Samuel Lloyd, formerly of Trinity Church,
          Copley Square, Boston. The first reading (this was not
          billed as an ecumenical service) was
          from the Holy Koran! Lord have mercy, Christ have
          mercy, Lord have mercy." (The Washington National
          Cathedral is Episcopalian.)
          "The following day, Sunday April 24, The Rev. Lloyd
          started his tenure as Dean of "America's Church" with
          a bang. At Lloyd's invitation, the homily was given by
          The Rev. Dr. George F. Regas, Rector Emeritus of All
          Saints Church in Pasadena, California. The
          service included readings from the Koran and Hebrew
          scriptures, and open communion. You can read what
          Regas had to say in his sermon.
          Hint. He says that Jesus is not the only way of
          salvation and he has some pluralistic ideas that will
          fire you up for sure. You can read his thoughts in
          today's digest."

          "And to round things off at the Washington National
          Cathedral, VirtueOnline has learned that the moderator
          of America's official gay church - the Metropolitan
          Community Church (MCC) will install
          its new moderator at the Episcopal cathedral Oct.
          29-30. The announcement was made by Troy D. Perry, the
          present moderator of the MCC."


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