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Offline StGeorge

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Is there a priest whom I can contact?
« on: December 04, 2006, 07:58:54 PM »
Are there any Orthodox priests whom I can ask via email and ask some personal questions about the possibility of becoming Orthodox?  I know that many of you will say "go to an Orthodox priest near you," and I think this would be good advice normally.  However, I have some personal questions that I don't feel entirely comfortable asking in person yet.  Are there any priests online whom I can email?  Especially ones who might know something about Catholicism (since I'm canonically Catholic right now) 

I know that priests are very busy people, so I don't want to sound demanding.  I just don't know how to become Orthodox where I'm at right now with certain difficult circumstances, and I think it would be best if I could get a little guidance from an Orthodox priest, if even a little.  Thanks!  :) 

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Re: Is there a priest whom I can contact?
« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2006, 08:07:55 PM »

Please feel free to speak or write to and I have written to each previously, but all that was prior to my ordination.

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