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#418766 01/10/19 09:05 PM
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Bishop Teemu (Sippo) of Helsinki and All Finland is sick and in hospital.
Saint Panteleimon, pray for our Bishop.
Pyhä Panteleimon Palkattaparantaja, rukoile isä esipaimen Teemun puolesta.
Brothers and sisters, pray for our Bishop.

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Prayers for Bishop Teemu. Jumalaga, isa Anti

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Prayers for Bishop Teemu. Jumalaga, isa Anti. May the Lord God grant him fullness of healing and then many years in health and salvation!

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Originally Posted by Administrator
. Jumalaga, isa Anti.
Must Be Google translation😁Do not quite understand...

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No matter. A bishop needs prayer. We pray. The Lord knows all.

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That's true. Herra tietää kaiken. The Lord knows all.

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Sorry, my bad. That was Estonian , not Finnish. Sorry to confuse. Continued prayers for the bishop.

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It's okay. Finnish and Estonian languages are related to each other. Some words are same, some are not. And sometimes the same word has a different meaning.😁

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Episcopus Teemu has today come back home from the hospital. He is still having The sick leave, but Will propably fully recover after The accident he met during The Christmas Time.
He Thanks All The people everywhere who Have Said prayers for him.
Deo gratias! Jumalalle kiitos!

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Episcopus Teemu has today come back home from the hospital. He is still having The sick leave, but Will propably fully recover after The accident he met during The Christmas Time.
He Thanks All The people everywhere who Have Said prayers for him.
Deo gratias! Jumalalle kiitos!

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Prayers for continued recovery for your spiritual Father (Bishop).

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Bishop Teemu has begun his episcopal work from the 1st of April! Soli Deo Gratia!
Many years - multos annos! Monia armorikkaita vuosia, isä esipaimen.

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Gospodi Pomilui!

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Episcopus Teemu, 72, has retaired as The Bishop of Helsinki and All Finland in May.
Fr Marco Pasinato acts as The administrator.
Many years, episcopus emeritus Teemu! Monia armorikkaita vuosia! Multos annos!


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