Perhaps I should find out!
Thats a good idea. Do a little research and you will find that no Orthodox Church recognises their autocephaly- including yours. Do you think this is simply "ignorance", or might there be something else? Don't assume that because some Churches do not recognise the autocephaly of the OCA that this is due to "ignorance".
Agreed. The problem is not ignorance but nationalistic and ecclesiastic considerations of various churches.
Serbian Church: The Serbian Kingdom and then the state tried hard to Serbianize the Bulgarians of the current Republic of Macedonia. When it could not finish the job, Belgrade encouraged the creation of a fake Macedonian nation, culture, and language, and endorsed the establishment of the Church of Macedonia as an autonomous Church under its wing. However, the Macedonians went very far to the Serbs when they declared autocephaly: they cannot let that mouse get away.
Bulgarian Church: The Bulgarian Church could not relinquish its historical claim on the lands covered by the Bulgarian Exarchate of the late 19th Century. Also, recognizing the Macedonian Church would perpetuate the myth of a distinct Macedonian language. Just like their neighbors West and South, most Bulgarians would be extremely unhappy. Again, they cannot let that mouse get away.
The Church of Greece: the Greek Government and Church cannot bring themselves even now to acknowledge the existence of Bulgarians, let alone non-Greek Macedonians, in Aegean Macedonia. The recognition of the Church of Macedonia would be viewed by many Greeks (all over the world) as something close to blasphemy: they cannot let that mouse get away, even if the mouse did not officially exist.
The Patriarchate of Constantinople: In addition to the problems that an autocephalous Macedonian Church would pose to the Church of Greece, the EP has for centuries claimed the right to "confer" autocephaly. It cannot change its long-standing policy, especially in the age of its novel interpretation of Canon 28: it cannot let any mouse get away.
The rest of the Churches are either closely related to the ones I cited or cannot bother to concern themselves with such a small nation and church. Bottom line: I am sympathetic to the Macedonian claims to an autocephalous church, language and culture. I don't agree with them, but they have the right to decide for themselves, just as the Bulgarians, Russians, and even the Greeks did.