Are all ROCOR's true?

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someguy
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Are all ROCOR's true?

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Hello,

Do all ROCOR's have links to St. John Maximovitch and Metropolitan Philaret?

I'm guessing not all are true though what is the below exactly;
http://www.rocor.org.au/

Thanks as always
Justice
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Re: Are all ROCOR's true?

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someguy wrote:Hello,

Do all ROCOR's have links to St. John Maximovitch and Metropolitan Philaret?

I'm guessing not all are true though what is the below exactly;
http://www.rocor.org.au/

Thanks as always
The link below leads to a ROCOR-MP webpage under Met. Hilarion, therefore it is not Orthodox.
Alexander
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Re: Are all ROCOR's true?

Post by Alexander »

Hi,

You may want to check this list of parishes:

http://www.roca-sobor.org/eng/dioceses

Alexander
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Barbara
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Re: Are all ROCOR's true?

Post by Barbara »

Quite a list indeed. Interesting that, among many new parishes, there is now one devoted to St John of Rila and St John of Kronstadt [who built the St John of Rila Convent in St Petersburg where the famous Sainted Russian Archpriest reposes ] in a town called Fonsorbes, in the Haute-Garonne [Pyrenees region ] of France. That's remarkable.
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