After my death our beloved Church abroad will break three ways ... first the Greeks will leave us as they were never a part of us ... then those who live for this world and its glory will go to Moscow ... what will remain will be those souls faithful to Christ and His Church. ~St. Philaret of NY


Message from Fr. Dcn. Basil in Australia

From: Protodeacon Basil Yakimov in Australia
Sent: Sunday, March 11, 2018 9:17 PM

Dear Vladyka, friends, brothers & sisters, I ask you (all the readers of this email sent) for Forgiveness as I am totally, utterly, hopelessly unworthy and if I have offended any one, please forgive me a sinner. I am also asking our Lord Jesus Christ to forgive us all! Unworthy protodeacon Basil from Canberra. (Please note: I have retired from the Australian Public Service (APS).)
Friends and fellow pilgrims to the Holy Land, will write more later on what steps we can take, but for now asking for your prayers for Christians of the Holy Land. ******************************************************************************************************************************************************

Also included in his emailing were these items:
2. http://startingontheroyalpath.blogspot.ca/2018/03/what-should-we-dost-ignatius.html
4. http://www.mitras.ru/eng/eng_35.htm  (sermon by KGB agent in a cassock Anthony Bloom)
6. Lenten Homilies of our ROCA Bp. Joseph of Fairfax VA
8. ********Dear Basil, 
 thanks for your dedication and mailing...  I've availed extensive reading online and a table of Celtic & British Orthodox Saints' Commemoration (with lives as links and info - troparia etc) - Hope you find it interesting / of use as I've worked on it for quite some time now (still do) I am willing to do a /dedicated/ translation job (meaning I'll be on a 3-m unpaid leave and produce a book of translation, and mail it out - as described below, God willing:) 
9. item from ROCANA schism website remembering newly departed Fr. John Stukach
10. link to ROCOR-MP parish bulletin in Australia with lenten sermons

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