User:Katjuscha

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A convert to Orthodoxy, '''Katjuscha''' was baptised into the [[Orthodox Church]] in September 2002 in Munich, Germany.  Now back in the USA, she spends much of her time devoted to her family as wife and mother.
 
A convert to Orthodoxy, '''Katjuscha''' was baptised into the [[Orthodox Church]] in September 2002 in Munich, Germany.  Now back in the USA, she spends much of her time devoted to her family as wife and mother.
 
    
 
    
One of her unflagging interests is in the Nazi resistance group "Die Weiße Rose" (The White Rose).  In 2005, the movie "Sophie Scholl - The Final Days" premiered, bringing the story of the White Rose back to a worldwide audience.  One of founders of this group was the [[martyr]] and [[saint]] [[Alexander Schmorell]], with whom she feels a particular connection.   
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One of her unflagging interests is in the Nazi resistance group "Die Weiße Rose" (The White Rose).  In 2005, the movie "Sophie Scholl - The Final Days" premiered, bringing the story of the White Rose back to a worldwide audience.  One of founders of this group was the [[martyr]] and [[saint]] [[Alexander Schmorell]], to whom she has a particular devotion.   
  
  

Latest revision as of 21:59, February 6, 2013

About Katja

en This user is a native speaker of English.
de-3 Dieser Benutzer hat sehr gute Deutschkenntnisse.
ru-1 Этот участник владеет русским языком на начальном уровне.
uk-0 Цей користувач не розуміє української мови (або розуміє зі значними труднощами).

A convert to Orthodoxy, Katjuscha was baptised into the Orthodox Church in September 2002 in Munich, Germany. Now back in the USA, she spends much of her time devoted to her family as wife and mother.

One of her unflagging interests is in the Nazi resistance group "Die Weiße Rose" (The White Rose). In 2005, the movie "Sophie Scholl - The Final Days" premiered, bringing the story of the White Rose back to a worldwide audience. One of founders of this group was the martyr and saint Alexander Schmorell, to whom she has a particular devotion.


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