User talk:Fr Lev

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Texte grasECOF Fr, are you a member of ECOF ? I don't want to polemicate with you. But concerning divorce, Germain never produced the judgement, nor the new civil state of his "ex" wife. It would be prooves,no ? That's not the problem. Germain always refused to go in Bucaresti for the trial. From 1991 to 1993... The only romanian priest I know to have spent a time in France in ECOF, after 1993, had been himself deposed (not for this) and had left ECOF . I don't want to hurt you in your faith or opinions. For you ECOF is canonical, and so on. I just believe, regarding the situation in France,that is clear: every canonical diocese is represented by his Bishop in the AEOF, it is not fair to let people believe ECOF is an orthodox Church, canonical and autonom. It is hiding the truth not to tell that ECOF is outside the Orthodox comunion. Isn't it true ? With which Orthodox Church ECOF is in communion ? Can a church exist with only one bishop, outside all form of synod, and canonical links with the Orthodox Church in all countries ? Orthodox canonical law permits this? Why won't you then stand me to write ECOF is now a diocese of western rite, without links and communion with the Orthodox Church in France ? Is that polemical ?

Fr Lev., bless. I am from Romanian Orthodox Church, and I've been part of all these events with ECOF. I've all documents, and met all protagonists. All informations are true: you want more details ? In France, you can ask every canonical jurisdiction about this. More, you can obtain informations from the Romanian Mitropolia. Gilles Bertrand Hardy was married with Constance (Nathalie) de Castelbajac in 1995. Still live with her. Have you seen the divorce judgement ? NO.It doesn't exist. Romanian documents (1993 and 2001)states that Germain is deposed, and reduced to laity state. You can check. Every Church follow these decision, by refusing communion with him and his clergy. You probably know there are even worst things to say... You must allow me to write Romanian Church considers Germain deposed, and in France ECOF is non-canonical. We can write that ECOF is not ok with that, considers itself as an autocephal orthodox church, but facts are here. I join comments from french quality websites like Please to meet you, from wich Church are you ? Forgive me and pray for me


Hi Fr. Lev! Hope you don't mind that I changed around your email a little bit. It's amazing how quickly a raw email address put in the web can bring in loads of spam. Still planning to respond to your email from months ago - someday! Yours in Christ, — FrJohn (talk)

Thanks! --Fr Lev 17:58, May 25, 2006 (CDT)

Vladimir Lossky

Not so much: there was an article created under Lossky and I amalgamated the two articles; hence, if anything, the source was the new article. Additionally, I didn't see any controversial points (aside from the criticism section, which is always going to be at least a little controversial). You may need to ask the editor of the Lossky article (see the page history); but feel free to place the {{reference}} template there on as many disputed points as you can find. — edited by Pιsτévο talk complaints at 15:56, August 3, 2006 (CDT)

Vladimir Lossky follow up

God bless you Father Lev for your correction on the Lossky page. LoveMonkey 23:07, September 23, 2006 (CDT)


Hey would it be appropriate to intergrate henosis into the theosis article? LoveMonkey 23:10, September 23, 2006 (CDT)

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