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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 Christ the Savior Brotherhood; abbreviated as CSB).
In 2000, members of CSB joined canonical jurisdictions of the Orthodox Church.
A thorough Orthodox explanation of the [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Orthodoxia/message/1914 journey of the Holy Order of MANS and Christ the Saviour Brotherhood] can be read in [http://www.conciliarpress.com/again/ Again], Vol. 23, No. 1, January-March 2001, pp. 23-26
=== Real Property ===
People associated or formerly associated with CSB have pointed out that CSB has previously stated that the Holy Order of Mans name was kept registered to prevent splinter/new groups from using it, trying to allow the Order to die a peaceful death. Certain other instances of the order name on legal documents have persisted due to the logistical difficulty of changing the name. For example, one bookstore initiated by CSB members continued to use a business license that had been obtained during the HOOM days, as the particular licensing requirements had changed, and it was much easier to use the "grandfathered" license than to meet the requirements of a new license.
Paul Blighton usually directed ministry teams to obtain properties in bad neighborhoods where charitable work was most needed. Ironically, these neighborhoods tended to gentrify over time, raising the value of HOOM properties, far above the initial prices paid for them. One former HOOM member quipped, "You couldn't have come up with a better real estate investment strategy if you tried." One of the primary purposes of CSB at present is to find good uses for these valuable properties. Some have become monasteries or sketes, others have been given to Orthodox parishes, and still others have become administrative or diocesan centers.