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Talk:Army of the Lord

518 bytes added, 11:54, February 23, 2012
But: the 1937 decision of the Metropolitan Synod in Transylvania, as I understand from the Romanian-language sources, had been to defrock rather than excommunicate Fr. Trifa. I haven't had access to the 1937 decision, but I did read the 1990 decision of the Holy Synod, by which his ''defrocking'' is lifted, and the association granted recognition. Also, from what I've been reading on the official site of the (institutionnalised) Army of the Lord, Fr. Trifa did have an Orthodox funeral, but a layman's funeral rather than a priest's. So I would propose to change "excommunicated" to "defrocked" (or is there a more adequate term in English?), as it did make a lot of difference for the movement itself. Thank you. [[User:Kamasarye|Iuliana ]] 10:18, February 22, 2012 (HST)
:The article is based on the two sources noted therein. If you have better, more accurate sources the article should be corrected. Also, include reference to your source(s) in the article. [[User:Wsk|Wsk]] 11:59, February 22, 2012 (HST)
::Thank you. I changed "excommunication" to "defrocking" and gave the reference, as per your instruction. Hope it's ok. I added some more detailed info and references. Not sure it's written in very good English, though. [[User:Kamasarye|Iuliana ]] 01:54, February 23, 2012 (HST)

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