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Re: Official Visit of Metropolitan Herman (OCA) to Czech Lands and Slovakia #30549
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Dave,
Thanks for spotting that link and passing it along.
Very nice to see Bishops Babjak and Hirka as guests!

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The OCA website is still behind in coverage of Metropolitan Herman's visit, but I found more photos online, this time covering his visit to Bratislava.

http://www.rusin.sk/fotogaleria/show.php?&herman_metropolita

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Re: Official Visit of Metropolitan Herman (OCA) to Czech Lands and Slovakia #30552
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Dave, thanks for the link!

I was especially happy to see a newly-established Roma [Gypsy] parish in Kladruby, Czech Republic.

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Slava Isusu Kristu,

I noticed that the Metropolitan visited the birthplace of St. Alexis Toth. I would have liked to have seen pictures from inside the Church but I suppose that would not have been possible in the present climate.

A sad comment on our current divisions..

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Re: Official Visit of Metropolitan Herman (OCA) to Czech Lands and Slovakia #30554
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Chtec - Thanks again. Very interesting range of temple architecture - especially the old Russian influences. The new OCA page has a better renditions of the church's history - too bsad they don't identify the religious officials in Presov, though.

Tony - I really share your sentiments. There is a Greek Catholic Roma parish in Hungary, but I don't know about Slovakia - what a shame!

Dmitri - what are you talking about? Are you suggesting that The Metropolitan was barred from a Greek Catholic Church there? Do you have facts to support this suggestion?

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Tony - I really share your sentiments. There is a Greek Catholic Roma parish in Hungary, but I don't know about Slovakia - what a shame!
Yes! I was told about the Roma parish in Hungary when I was there last in 2000. The publisher "Petra" published a bilingual hymnal recently for the Slovak Roma Greek Catholics, you can see it here It is the second from the left in the top line.

When I was last in Slovakia, in 2000, I did not hear of any Roma parishes but there was a Roma priest among the Redemptorists.

Re: Official Visit of Metropolitan Herman (OCA) to Czech Lands and Slovakia #30556
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No, djs, I am not suggesting anything like that. I merely meant that he didn't go in. I can only hope that that was his choice and not something we insisted upon.

That truely would be a sad statement of our relationship. Although, I did think it interesting that the relics of St. Alexis Toth were given at the Cathederal dedication in Presov. Although Saints I feel are beyond jurisdictions, I thought the choice of those particular relics somewhat curious given the recent Orthodox vs. Greek Catholic property disputes in the area.

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Dmitri, I don't think that there is a GC church in that village. None is listed in the schema of the Presov Eparchy.

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Then I misunderstood. The pictures on the OCA website show a Church on the hill where St. Alexis was baptized. Perhaps it is nolonger active or may now be Orthodox or (Heaven forbid ;-)) Roman.

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Re: Official Visit of Metropolitan Herman (OCA) to Czech Lands and Slovakia #30559
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Our bishops participating in the dedication of the Cathedral in Presov - that's a positive step worth unqualified celebration.

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Our bishops participating in the dedication of the Cathedral in Presov - that's a positive step worth unqualified celebration.
I think that "attending" is a better choice of word than "participating."

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I don't know if the Bishops participated in the service - for example by singing the responses - but Bishop Babjak did, according to the pictures, address the celebrating hierarchs. He did partipcipate in the dedication ceremony.

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I don't know if the Bishops participated in the service - for example by singing the responses - but Bishop Babjak did, according to the pictures, address the celebrating hierarchs. He did partipcipate in the dedication ceremony.
Sure, I see that his photo is accompanied by the caption "Addresses and speeches are offered by religious and city officials."

"Participate" sounds like concelebrate when used regarding clergy; of course they are not the same word.

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