Deposed Orthodox Clergy
"For the sole benefit to warn the Church/Ecclesia"
Wolves in sheep's/Shepard's clothing
PURPOSE OF DEFROCKING PUBLICATIONS
The purpose of publishing deposed clergymen under the authority of our
Greek Pan/Ukrainian Orthodox Jurisdiction, is to warn the faithful flock of God
under the Pan Orthodox ecclesiastical umbrella and mantel of the removal of any
God given anointing which originally was placed there to serve his people.
Error can be repented, apostasy can be repented, mistakes can be
corrected, but rebellion is of satan and removes any possibility of Holy Spirit
led correction. The following
clergymen, hierarchs have scandalized the ecclesia of our Lord, Jesus Christ,
the Holy Orthodox Church. This
scandalization includes homosexuality, rebellion, movements of disunity, and
even support of so called (Syro-Chaldean) which is now known as Baghdad, Iraqi
influence and/or supporters, enemies of the United States.
Unity is paramount to the flock of Christ to be shepherded.
Orthodoxy is collegiate ecclesia. We
are not independent as protestant churches, the first church operated as
bishopric counsels and ecumenical meetings.
The list we now publish have canonical violations which underline their
rebellion and respect for the ecclesiastical authority.
The body of Christ needs to know of hierarchs who profess autocephalous
positions but insist upon being independent and disunited with our jurisdiction
as well as the Ecumenical Patriarchate. There
is one jurisdiction in particular using the Ukrainian Archdiocese, whose IRS
group ruling in 1951 has its creditability. There is no Patriarchate in America
calling itself Orthodox Catholic recognized or divinely anointed to serve in
America. This is a false misguided
and misrepresentation of the authentic legitimate Ukrainian Archdiocese in
America also known as Holy Ukrainian National Autocephalous Orthodox Church, in
Exile, Blessings of Kiev.
The ecclesiastical opinions and reasons of the
Archbishop Primate +Haralambos for Defrocking or Excommunications