Please accept my dear apologies and pray the Lord to …

Comment on Merry Russian and Serbian Christmas – The Russian Church Service feast in Nijmegen! by hip0.

Please accept my dear apologies and pray the Lord to forgive me for being judgemental and evil and irresponsible person and let me get out of this bad EU system.
Lord have mercy on me the sinner.

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Merry Russian and Serbian Christmas – The Russian Church Service feast in Nijmegen!
By the way sorry to address you as sister brother. I was mislead by the starushka name in email


Merry Russian and Serbian Christmas – The Russian Church Service feast in Nijmegen!
Dear sister,
I don’t want to judge.
I just shared my personal opinion about the current status of the Church as I said
in my post I had really great time with the Church community. However I find it strange
that the exact current status of the Church is not publicly known.
And as far as my understanding goes now. The current Orthodox Church in Arnhem does not belong
to any officially recognized by the united Holy Orthodox Church.
Let the Lord forgive me if I’m mistaken. If you can give some more information about the current Chrurch status and If I have sinned by saing it’s not officially recognized by the rest of the Orthodox local churches and thus is not in schism it will be great and I’ll change my post to fix my misunderstanding.


Merry Russian and Serbian Christmas – The Russian Church Service feast in Nijmegen!
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br,
Georgi


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