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Holy Order of MANS

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In 1988, after denouncing the heresy involved with the religious movement, many of its members and hierarchy joined a non-canonical group of the Orthodox Church under the name '''Christ the Saviour Brotherhood''' (or CSB). In 2000, members of CSB joined canonical jurisdictions of the Orthodox Church.
A thorough Orthodox explanation of the [ journey of the Holy Order of MANS and Christ the Saviour Brotherhood] can be read in [ Again], Vol. 23, No. 1, January-March 2001, pp. 23-26
== A Question of Motives ==
=== Real Property ===
In reality, some question the validity of true conversion to the Orthodox faith by members of Christ the Savior Brotherhood. [ It is reported] that many of the properties once belonging to HOOM actually stayed legally in possession of HOOM long after the Order was said to be dissolved, as late as the year 2000. It has also been stated that CSB continued to operate as a non-profit organization under the HOOM name with very little change in their articles of incorporation. Several [ religious cults] still exist today because of the influence of HOOM. In fact, in some ways, [ HOOM still exists] to this day.
'''[ Raphael House]''', a property previously belonging to HOOM was originally an integrated charitable activity of CSB, but was incorporated as its own California [ nonprofit organization] in 1991. [ It is under] the [[OCA]] jurisdiction.
A thorough === Non-Orthodox explanation Liturgical Practices === Some claim that clerics who were former members of the [http:HOOM// journey CSB still practice some non-traditional forms of the Holy Order of MANS and Christ the Saviour Brotherhood] can be read liturgical practices in [http://wwwtheir == Parish/again/ Again], Vol. 23, No. 1, January-March 2001, pp. 23-26Clergy ==
Some of the existing congregations that include former members/clergy of HOOM/CSB include:
*[ St. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Church] (ROCOR) in Grand Rapids, MI. [ CSBSt. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Church](ROCOR) in Grand Rapids, MI.
*[ St. John (Maximovitch) the Wonderworker Orthodox Church] (OCA) in Atlanta, GA
*Saint George Orthodox Church ([[Church_of_Jerusalem|Jerusalem]]) in [ Rohnert Park], CA. In particular, [ Father Phillip Tolbert] Several *[ religious cultshtml Joy of All Who Sorrow Orthodox Church] still exist today because ([[Bulgarian Eastern Orthodox Diocese of the influence of HOOM. In factUSA, Canada and Australia|Bulgaria]]) in some ways, [http://wwwhome.holyorderofmansbluemarble.orgnet/~alsnts/ HOOM still existslinks.htm Indianapolis, IN] to this day. In particular, Father Stevan Bauman.

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