Raider practices: how Phanar’s henchman raged real estate of the Czech Church

The cleric of the structure of the Patriarchate of Constantinople created in the Czech Republic, the vicar of the Olomouc-Brno diocese of the Orthodox Church of the Czech Lands and Slovakia, bishop Isaiah (Slaninka) of Šumperk illegally owns church property in the city of Most. This is reported by the

The Czech bishop is known for the fact that in 2019, contrary to the ban of the Primate of the OCCLS, he served with the OCU. For several years he has been using the church house in Most for his personal purposes, which belongs to the local parish of the Prague Diocese of the OCCLS, and refuses to transfer it to its rightful owner.

“During the visit of the staff of the Prague Diocese and representatives of the Orthodox parish in Most to reach an agreement peacefully, they were rudely and vulgarly insulted, and even threats were sounded from lord Isaiah and his staff,” the resource said. – The statement of Bishop Isaiah that this is “the archbishop’s palace of the Olomouc-Brno diocese” is completely unfounded. We are clearly talking about the property of the church parish in Most and its unauthorized use. Lord Isaiah refused to leave, even on the basis of an official eviction order, and, according to documents received by the Diocesan Office in Prague, has been illegally staying there since July 12, 2014. There is not a single reasonable basis for the diocese of Olomouc-Brno to use the “archbishop’s palace” in another diocese.”

Bishop Isaiah of Šumperk has enough places where he can be: in addition to the church with adjacent buildings in Šumperk, he uses the residence of the Olomouc-Brno diocese, the parish house in Brno, the monastery in Vilemov, and he “gradually transferred to himself, as on the official governing body, the property of many parishes in Moravia.”

However, the transfer of some of these objects to the Bishop of Šumperk, representing the “Association: Holy Patriarchal Stauropegic Monastery of the Assumption of the Most Holy Theotokos”, which is subordinate to the Patriarchate of Constantinople, was “very suspicious” and was accompanied by intrigues and lies, the resource notes. In addition, if it were not for the categorical resistance of Archbishop Michael of Prague and the Czech lands, “church property would almost certainly have been withdrawn from the Church” in favor of a parallel operating structure. In particular, we are talking about the monastery in Vilemov and in Moravia.

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