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The Church of France

We can keep dueing changes on the Orthodox Church of France page from now until the parousia. What jurisdiction are you in? You are persisting not only in trying to make the text polemical, but you are also adding false information, even on non-controversial points. The first clergy to be received into the Serbian Church were received in 2006. See [1].--Fr Lev 08:07, May 31, 2007 (PDT)

First, do you have evidence the marriage was not annulled? This would be impossible, as it was in fact legally annulled. I will keep putting that back in. Second, you may believe that no one else allows the French clerics to commune or concelebrate, and that may be true in France, but I know for a fact thaht clergy of Bishop Germain have received as priests in other Orthodox Churches and have even concelebrated. Third, the Church of Romania may consider Bishop Germain to be deposed, but they did not give him a trial and told the French Church to go away. Once they threw the Church out, they could no longer depose him, having no jurisdiction over him. The letter from Romania written to the clergy of Bishop Germain referred to him as suspended. I have certainly met at least one Romanian priest who considers Bishop Germain to be a bishop and the Church of France to be a Orthodox Church, despite Romania's decision. Fourth, the Church of France sees itself as an autonomous Church, not an autocephalous one, and was so recognized by ROCOR and Romania (in the person of Patriarch Justinian and the Holy Synod). --Fr Lev 09:33, May 31, 2007 (PDT)