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  1. CriCri
    mai 6, 2011 @ 1:46 am
    Un articol in care se vede ca ceva din patimirea parintelui Calciu a ajuns si la crestinii ortodocsi de peste ocean. iata cum este dansul vazut de dansii:
    ‘Fr. Calciu lived what he preached. He did not hate his persecutors. Rather, he prayed for them daily and trusted in God’s mercy for their salvation. He also found joy. In her introduction to the book, Frederica Mathewes-Green, one of Calciu’s spiritual children writes of Fr. Calciu, “He had a beaming smile. He was often amused by life, and ready to laugh. . . . Fr. George was joyful. . . . He was naturally affectionate, and would hold my hand or anyone’s . . . just beaming with a radiant smile.”

    Fr. George Calciu lived the kind of life many Christians pray to receive—but to which most hope never to be actually called. But Fr. Calciu’s witness is clear: Persecution and martyrdom—as hard as they are—redound to increased faith and ultimate victory. As we Orthodox say when remembering the righteous departed: Fr. George of blessed memory, pray for us sinners.’


  2. CriCri
    mai 6, 2011 @ 1:57 am

    Voiam sa va mai spun de niste carti de/despre marturisitori romani, carti ce le-am gasit in America la o manastire ortodoxa:
    Parintele Cleopa:The truth of our Faith
    Parintele Gh. Calciu:Interviews, Homilies and Talks


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