RTOC

October 15, 2014  (Source: http://ripc.info)

NFTU: RTOC Synod responds to the controversy caused by the prominent RTOC site catacomb.org, which closed down after a decree of the RTOC Synod. Part of the source of the complication was because of the letter by clergy of the RTOC Gomel Diocese in Belarus concerning the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Below is a link to the Russian original and a machine translation.

 

Comment from the Office of the Hierarchical Synod of the RTOC to a Series of Publications on the Internet in October of this year.

At the beginning of October of this year, on an online site there was  unreliable information regarding the Hierarchical Synod of RTOC held in Krasnodar this summer. According to an earlier decision made, the Synod doesn’t publish protocols of the meetings, therefore the published materials and opinions on decisions of the Synod have under themselves no documentary basis. The Synod expresses surprise and regret on the fact that the large religious and news portal could be mistaken so that, without having checked reliability of the sources to print slanderous article, and further this information was used in publications of other authors.

Continue reading…. (Original Russian)

 

October 15, 2014

RTOC Synod Office Comments on Recent Controversy

October 15, 2014  (Source: http://ripc.info) NFTU: RTOC Synod responds to the controversy caused by the prominent RTOC site catacomb.org, which closed down after a decree of […]
October 9, 2014

RTOC Priests: Currently, the Goals of Putin and Orthodoxy Align

October 09, 2014 (Source: http://internetsobor.org) NFTU Editor’s Note: The following letter was written by a number of RTOC priests. RTOC is the acronym for the “Russian […]
October 4, 2014

RTOC Synod Decree Suspends Un-Offical Website Publications without Approval

October 04, 2014 (Source: http://catacomb.org) Originally reported on September 29 In connection with the introduction of political censorship in RTOC of the edition of the unoffical […]
June 30, 2014

Open Letter Calling for Unity Between RTOC and ROAC From Clergy and Monastics

(Source) A new appeal for unity between the RTOC and the ROAC has appeared, first on the blog of ROAC Protopriest Alexey Lebedev, and then on […]