3 users responded in this post

Subscribe to this post comment rss or trackback url
Economy's Roman V.. Russo said in January 23rd, 2019 at 12:35 pm

Anastasia Korneievna Zuravleva was actually the maid to Princess Irina Yussupova, wife of Prince Felix, one of Rasputin’s assassins. Their exile for this “crime” was to be their salvation in the end. Anastasia Korneievna was the ‘guardian angel’ of my vocation to the Russian Catholic priesthood.

Prof./Cav. Philip J. DiNovo said in January 23rd, 2019 at 9:07 pm

i urge everyone to find a proper place for St. Michel Russian Catholic parish to worship. There are churches and chapels that could be its new home. it is to important that this beautiful rite be kept alive. The Catholic church is universal and the eastern church is a very important part.
Pray for the parish and for the proper home.

Charles Yost said in January 24th, 2019 at 5:47 pm

I am deeply saddened and upset by this news. I attended St. Michael’s while a graduate student at Columbia University. It changed my life. I will never forget Fr. Roman (who posted above) and the people there who brought me in and embraced me. I still think of the haunting beauty of that liturgy and the charity of the people there and I despair that I shall ever find such a happy and fulfilling church-home again.

What is this really about?

Is the Latin Church once again throwing its Eastern children–let the blood of the forgotten Ukrainian martyrs testify to the sincerity of their loyalty–under the bus of “ecumenical correctness”?

Leave A Reply

 Username (Required)

 Email Address (Remains Private)

 Website (Optional)