Monday, June 25, 2018

Video Sermon-in Russian Vladyka Agafangel

General Sharing: Video Sermon-in Russian, for 4th. Sunday after Pentecost, by ROCA Vladyka Metropolitan Agafangel in Holy Archangel Michael's Church in Odessa, Ukraine

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Dan Everiss

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Sun, Jun 24, 2018 at 10:51 PM

Note about You-Tube videos:  Pay no attention to the RANDOM video selection which comes up on the You-Tube screen,  AFTER  this ROCA video is finished, as they are not all connected to our ROCA, but they are a selection of what other of their videos You-Tube's  management thinks that we may want to also view: their being unasked-for-by-us viewers, 'overly-helpful' and patronizingly interfering, as usual anymore.

It seems, to the You-Tube folks, who are  totally ignorant of all of the many divisions in Orthodoxy, world-wide, -that all videos that deal with 'Russian Orthodoxy' are equal and about the exact  same subject. Nothing could be further from the actual truth.
Rd. Daniel in Oregon

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Митрополит Агафангел: Проповедь об исцелении слуги сотника в 4-ю Неделю по Пятидесятнице ...


Митрополит Агафангел: Проповедь в Неделю 4-ю по Пятидесятнице,

2018 (ВИДЕО)Metropolitan Agafangel: Preaching on the 4th Sunday after Pentecost, 2018 (VIDEO)

Автор: Митрополит Агафангел.Author: Metropolitan Agafangel Дата публикации:Date of publication: 24 июня 2018 June 24, 2018 . .Категория: Авторская колонка . Category: Author's column .

Митрополит Агафангел: Проповедь об исцелении слуги сотника в 4-ю Неделю по Пятидесятнице в Архангело-Михайловском храме в Одессе.

Metropolitan Agafangel: Preaching of Sermon about the healing of the centurion's servant on the 4th Sunday after Pentecost in the Holy Archangel Michael Church in Odessa, Ukraine.

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