Archpriest Alexander Shargunov called for the Orthodox to come 15.07. 2016 to 11: 00 am at the trial of Mila Esipenko

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MOSCOW.12.07.2016


Archpriest Alexander Shargunov called Orthodox come July 15, 2006 by 11.00 on the trial of Mila Esipenko
The HEARING will be HELD: TSVETNOY BOULEVARD, HOUSE 25A



Lyudmila Esipenko accused of corruption blasphemous images on pieces of linoleum during the exhibition in Manezh 14 Aug 2015. In addition to criminal prosecution the government of Moscow is trying to get her to pay for the restoration of blasphemous works that Lyudmila before refused to do.
Archpriest Alexander recalled the same defeat of the exhibition “Caution religion” in 2003:
“Then our altar servers had hoped to prosecute. If not to put something hard to teach. By the grace of God, the Church actively spoke out in defense of our Holy places and those who stopped the blasphemy.
Thousands of people stood then in the Tagansky court.
You know that the court’s decision appeared in the birthday of Saint Nicholas on August 11. Condemned was the scoffer, and our altar was justified. They defended the Church.”
Archpriest Alexander noted with regret that times are different now:
“The enemies of Russia and the Orthodox Church say that the time will come when the decision and the Tagansky court will be reviewed. They strive for power, and already too much in their hands.”
The case of Lyudmila Esipenko, according to father Alexander, the best evidence that the enemies “do not fear and are confident in their impunity, in their arrogant position.
Our debt – Christian, civil, and human – to speak out against blasphemy, against the desecration of the most sacred thing we have.
If the Holy of Holies is taken away from our people, and the people see it done easy and free – nothing is sacred we will not,” said father Alexander.
The HEARING will be HELD on JULY 15 AT 11 am AT the ADDRESS: TSVETNOY BOULEVARD, HOUSE 25A

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