Romanian Patriarchate

Father John Miron, a Romanian Patriarchate village priest from Turdas (Alba), in Romania, is to be deposed by the Romanian Patriarchate for his actions of condemning the ecumenist heresy, which manifested itself in his non-commemoration his local ecumenist bishop, Irenaeus (even before the Council of Crete).

However,  the Romanian Patriarchate has officially accepted the decrees and statements of the Cretan Council, and thus, it represents the official policy of the Romanian Patriarchate.

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February 24, 2017

Village Priest in Romanian Patriarchate to be Deposed for Non-Commemoration

Father John Miron, a Romanian Patriarchate village priest from Turdas (Alba), in Romania, is to be deposed by the Romanian Patriarchate for his actions of condemning […]
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Bishop Longinus to Romanian Patriarchate: Stop Persecuting Those Who Stand for Orthodoxy!

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