Talk:Seraphim (Rose)

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"[H]e is (prematurely) celebrated by some Orthodox Christians as a saint" -- I think he can be considered to be in the category of "American Saints" whether or not he is officially recognized as a saint.  As you say, he is recent, so the status of his canonization may change.  I hardly think adding him to the orthodoxwiki category will effect his canonization.  Apologies if I am mistaken.  --[[User:Magda|magda]] 14:36, 13 Jun 2005 (EDT)
 
"[H]e is (prematurely) celebrated by some Orthodox Christians as a saint" -- I think he can be considered to be in the category of "American Saints" whether or not he is officially recognized as a saint.  As you say, he is recent, so the status of his canonization may change.  I hardly think adding him to the orthodoxwiki category will effect his canonization.  Apologies if I am mistaken.  --[[User:Magda|magda]] 14:36, 13 Jun 2005 (EDT)
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: Yes, quite likely not!  :)  I was just wondering.  I can't remember where the initial bit about his being celebrated comes from, though, especially it being "in liturgy."  I wonder who has the daring to celebrate someone liturgically whom their hierarchy has not yet openly glorified?  —[[User:ASDamick|{{User:ASDamick/sig}}]] 14:45, 13 Jun 2005 (EDT)

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Do you really think he ought to be in Category:American Saints? He's not been officially canonized by anyone and is still quite recent. —[[User:ASDamick|—Fr. Andrew talk contribs (THINK!)]] 13:36, 13 Jun 2005 (EDT)

"[H]e is (prematurely) celebrated by some Orthodox Christians as a saint" -- I think he can be considered to be in the category of "American Saints" whether or not he is officially recognized as a saint. As you say, he is recent, so the status of his canonization may change. I hardly think adding him to the orthodoxwiki category will effect his canonization. Apologies if I am mistaken. --magda 14:36, 13 Jun 2005 (EDT)

Yes, quite likely not!  :) I was just wondering. I can't remember where the initial bit about his being celebrated comes from, though, especially it being "in liturgy." I wonder who has the daring to celebrate someone liturgically whom their hierarchy has not yet openly glorified? —[[User:ASDamick|—Fr. Andrew talk contribs (THINK!)]] 14:45, 13 Jun 2005 (EDT)
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