Kuraev criticized the appointment of the ex-cleric of the ROCOR as a “vicar of the Slavic parishes in the USA”

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The ROC cleric Andrei Kuraev, who usually profusely criticizes the Moscow Patriarchate, criticized the recent decision of the Archdiocese of the Patriarchate of Constantinople in the United States to organize the Vicariate of the parishes of the Slavic tradition, headed by the former representative of the ROCOR, Alexander Belya.

“The Fanar Sewage.

The Fanar appointed the absolute rogue Alexander Belya as a “vicar of the Slavic parishes in America”. Earlier, he falsified the decision of the ROCOR Synod with a recommendation to be elected as a bishop.

One day, July 16-17, 2019, Alexander (Belya) and his fellow countryman, the head of the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius, Bishop Paramon (Golubka) had an audience with Patriarch Kirill (Gundyaev). What did they do there, what did they talk about, what papers did they show, we can only guess. But Archimandrite Belya came out from the Patriarch with a blessing for episcopal consecration and with a donated panagia in his hands. The documents for consecration were approved at the nearest Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church (see The Register of the Synod meeting No. 106 of August 30, 2019).

Further events have already become the property of the Internet.

Having read The Register No. 106 in the morning, the bishops of the ROCOR imagined themselves at a meeting of the next Synod next to the roguish Bishop of Miami. And they were horrified. And they said: “No!”. An almost unprecedented case for the Church Abroad after 2007 – they said “no” to the Patriarch of Moscow!

This is how one should despise the Slavs in order to put this in their “archpastors””.

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