Re: [orthodox-synod] Re: HOW HORRIBLE &TERRIBLE THAT ARCH. HILARION BOWS.. SOVIET MP
- Protodeacon Basil is disliked by the unia mob. This problem is
being caused by those for unia who do not want to waite for the
MP to leave WCC and ecumenism.
A poofta has different meanings. Another meaning is someone who
has no backbone and does what he is told being afraid, even if
it's against his religion. A kind of sissy in that respect.
We don't know in what context Protodeacon Basil used this word.
But maybe Fr.Michael Protopopov knows something we don't know?
--- Fr Michael Protopopov <proto@...> wrote:
> A "poofta" is an Aussie-ism for homosexual.____________________________________________________________________________________
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> Sent: Wednesday, January 31, 2007 8:33 AM
> Subject: [orthodox-synod] Re: HOW HORRIBLE &TERRIBLE THAT
> ARCH. HILARION BOWS.. SOVIET MP
> Fr Basil... can you enlighten all the non-aussies on this
> exactly what the term you refer to below, "poofta", means?
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Basil Yakimov
> > http://www.interfax-religion.ru/?act=news&div=16295
> > I am indeed very sad that my Archbishop Hilarion has to tow
> then bow again to the last soviet MP "Patriarch" aka
> "Drozdov" -- it
> has been proven beyond any doubt that the current
> almost to an individual, were KGB agents/informants or even
> (see Bulgaria, Rumania or currently Poland)... no
> needed I hope.. The German Arrchbishop Mark is used to such
> but I remeber in SF to my question he said that the Church
> does NOT
> know Compromise... but his comittee has only produced
> and.. ...segianstvo.. ecumenism... kgb collaboration..
> modernism ...
> ROCA property... in Palastine and elswhere... and other
> issues have
> never been resolved... there will never be any SOBORNOST
> under the
> current MP soviet SYNOD???
> > The soviets in the MP or Putin's regime are against TRUE
> how many will remain true to our blessed, and no doubt now
> in memory, metropolitans Anthony, Anastassy., Philaret and
> and all that were true to Holy Orthodoxy but never to
> sergianstvo/ecumenism and/or KGB ......antichriast himself or
> > unworthy as I am I will fight until the bullet of
> antichrist is
> levelled against me...
> > (PS, the post soviets have already made threats that I
> should tow
> the pro soviet-MP ROCA line...but those that know me it only
> me work harder against these poofta soviets...)..
> > But I ask all of you for your prayers that no soviet
> butcher of
> the people of Holy Russ ..will ever get away without being
> condemned ....including those in power currently in Putin's
> or the post soviet MP...
> > The Lord will judge us ALL!
> > unworthy protodeacon Basil from Canberra
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- I don't doubt St. Joseph of Petrograd will be glorified as it is
too obvious if he won't. He should have been the first one to be
glorified. If only because they didn't glorify him immediately,
Is it not obvious what the MP is all about?
--- DDD <dimitradd@...> wrote:
> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 00:27:00 -0000, interestedplus wrote:____________________________________________________________________________________
> In accordance
> with declarations by the leadership of the MP, ordinations of
> Bishops and priests of ROCOR parishes on "MP's territory"
> would be
> considered invalid, which would place the clergy, in respect
> to the
> local authorities, in a position similar to that of sectarians
> Ninth: Many of the New Martyrs canonized by ROCOR are not
> and would not be recognized by the MP since they refused to
> acknowledge the "Declaration" of Metr. Sergey for which they
> I can't address all of your (or Soldatow's) letter now, and who
> knows if ever for lack of time, but just glancing at these two
> things for starters:
> Eight: It's my understanding that ROCOR clergy on "MP's
> territory" are to choose or to come under a MP bishop/parish,
> but remain clergy. However, I have no idea if that is correct
> or not. Could a member of the clergy please answer this?
> Nine: Many? The only one I can think of is St. Joseph of
> Petrograd, and even him--I saw him on a Moscow Patriarchate
> calendar for 2006, his icon and his life. The MP HAS canonized
> MANY New Martyrs who did not accept the Declaration of Metr.
> Sergiy. I can't fathom where they're drawing the line --
> anyone have info on this?
> --Dimitra Dwelley
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