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In Waterford, Ireland, a Russian Orthodox parish holds Divine Liturgy once a month, borrowing the facilities of St. Patrick (Roman) Catholic Church to do so. There are also Bible studies and Sunday school.

From the article:
Initially, the parish had a status of an attached community to the Patriarchal Representation of Holy Apostles Peter and Paul in Dublin, but in 2010 the Holy Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church has decided to include it in the Munster deanery of the Diocese of Sourozh of the Moscow Patriarchate. Priest Nikolai Evseev was appointed St. Patrick's Parish rector as well as dean of all Munster parishes.
« Last Edit: December 07, 2011, 09:58:01 PM by biro »
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