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vineri, 15 martie 2013


The media in Republic of Moldova is to blame for advising the last 10-15 years the population to give a political character to the church. The mainstream media is filled with comments suggesting it. To some degree, the national short-sighted politics individuals attained their aim. A loud example is the increasing number of sects and heresies. As per this people the Orthodox Church is a communist institution, which they are set to transform into a democratic one of western structure.

Almost one century ago, the Bishop Nicholai Velimirovich was engaged in the solving of such problem. Besides his activity as a Bishop, during World War First we see him as diplomat of Serbia in England, besides the political and religious missions he was a lecturer at the Oxford University (as well received his PHD in philosophy at the university’s King’s College). Here is what thoughts this great Hierarch, who was recently canonized, offers on the Christian community life:

luni, 4 martie 2013


While at the Cathedral “Naşterea Domnului” (the Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ) on the eve of the Dormition of the Mother of God has begin the Vigils, the counters in the middle of Chisinau, ignoring the fasting to end in few hours, has been busy with sale of all sort of delicious meats and dairy products.

At the Cathedral began the Vespers, while in the Square the blind demon of joy started to yell with a power of thousands of watts.

miercuri, 27 februarie 2013

Nozioni elementari sullo stile del calendario

Un tema spesso affrontato nella pubblicistica moldava e, purtroppo, molte volte trascurato dalle autorità ecclesiastiche sulla sponda destra del Prut, è quello delle differenze relative alla celebrazione delle feste religiose. Cerchiamo qui di seguito, in breve, di chiarire alcuni aspetti di questo problema che non sono state, a nostro avviso, spiegate a sufficienza.

Che significato ha il calendario ecclesiastico?

Il termine calendario deriva dal latino kalendae – dal verbo greco che significa chiamare, convocare. Nei tempi antichi la parola designava i giorni in cui i cittadini romani erano chiamati ad alcuni incontri pubblici all’interno del foro, dove prendevano atto di fatto di interesse pubblico. In senso religioso, il calendario denota i periodi di tempo in cui le persone sono invitate a comunicare con Dio – il Creatore del mondo. Questi periodi di tempo sono stati e sono calcolati con rigorosi criteri scritturali e astronomici.

vineri, 15 februarie 2013

Valentine’s Day - neopaganism dimmed-out in Christian Tradition

Once the Soviet Union broke apart in the former communist countries imported some feasts from West, without knowing their real significance.

In Ancient Rome, February 14th was a holiday to honor Juno, Queen of the Roman Gods and Goddesses, the same day that had been devoted to love lotteries. During these times boys and girls were segregated. The girl’s names were written on pieces of paper and inserted into jars. Each boy then drew a girl’s name from the jar and they were partners throughout the Festival. On the Feast of Lupercalia was celebrated, also the feast of Pan, a pagan deity (who instills panic) some riotous celebrations, also associated with Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty (simply, a deity of petty desires) - worshiping them with a cult. It is proved that the feasts were celebrated with orgies and often culminating with sacrifices humans, attested in Latin and Greek writings. 

vineri, 8 februarie 2013


It is already not surprising that some public leaders of the Republic of Moldova come on the scene, any time an occasion appears, to bring accusations and offences to the Orthodox Church in Moldova. We will further present you some activists involved in this betrayal act of authentic romanianism by denigrating our Ancestral Faith.

We will start by the Thursday issue, September 8, 2005 of the publication “Literatura si arta” (Literature and Art). Making praise to “the Metropolitan Antonie”, the editor of the weekly – Mr. Nicolae Dabija, surprises us by his knowledge of recent history and not only. For example “while he was delivering his speech (the Metropolitan Antonie – author comment), a group of students from the Faculty of Theology in Chisinau, stood up from their places and have demonstratively left the audience. It was the beginning of 1991, long before the reactivation of Metropolitanate of Basarabia. I was ashamed of those “guttersnipes in cassocks” says the authors, avoiding to mention that in 1991 the rector of this institution was Petru Buburuz – one of the today leaders of the “Metropolitanate of Basarabia”. I would also like to ask with all the respect where did Mr. Dabija hear that Moldovan or Russian priests “intoxicate them with arguments of the “the Romanian church is foreign to our nation; our church is those of all Russians.” kind. I am sorry to say that Mr. Dabija lies with boldness.

sâmbătă, 2 februarie 2013


Alteration of the future – malefic impact on the young people of Moldova
(See part I)

Mankurtism is not limited only by the nefarious practices of lawbreakers. It stretches its sticky tentacles beyond the boundaries of all reasonable expectation infecting and eroding not only the memory of our nation that is its antecedents but also the future being built by the young generation through the education.

The new school year is approaching. Problems created by the introduction of so - called subjects as „Istoria Integrata” (“Integrated History”) or „Deprinderi de Viaţă” (“Life – Skills”) to school curriculum and program of study are still fresh in students’ as well as teachers’ memory. Our dearest governors as well as parliamentarists created an abyss between them and the rest of the existent world. This is abundantly proved by their persistent contribution with respect to the introduction of the so – called school subjects. As it was observed, opposition among teachers and students on the one part and the responsibilities in the administration of METS (Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports) on the other part had attempted successfully to influence the results of the final exams. Who was to suffer? Victims of the bureaucratic revenge were the same students who had experienced aberrant changes in the timetable and the subject of the lessons during their studies in the course of the year.

vineri, 25 ianuarie 2013


Yesterday Thursday, May 18, 2006 by about 5 o'clock in the afternoon about two hundred and fifty Christians had gathered in front of the cinema “Patria” as a way to express discontent toward the country’s political leaders who failed to show any reaction to the message of orthodox Christians from Moldova expressed on the part of the Metropolitanate regarding premiering of the movie in our country making blasphemy of our Savior. [1]  People of different age and social categories were  holding the placards bearing the following  inscription: “ To the Faithful Sons and Daughters of the Orthodox Church – let you oppose the effects of aberrations brought from the West”, “Betrayers of the Orthodoxy are the betrayers of our people”, “ Do not make our soul filthy” (etc.). They have expressed their indignation and protest toward the State  governing body who failed to show the negative reaction to what is going on today in the capital of our republic.

A number of priests from Chisinau as well priests from other parts of Moldova joined the protest actions. Later on vicar of the Metropolitanate of Chisinau and All Moldova – Petru joined also the protest actions in signs of solidarity. More than an hour he talked to the passers – by gathered around him explaining them the mistake they can make in case they allow blasphemy against our Savior.