The only person who is being snarky is you.
All I asked were some questions.
So an Orhtodox Christian can be one that hasn't been to Church in 20 years, but in that period of time can you really call them Orthodox?
Yes we should be happy like the prodigal son, but there seems to be a whole lot of assumptions here based on where she stands religiously.
All I asked were hypotheticals.
To what end?
Oh the fact a few here are all open arms on their "return" the Church just because they get married. And somehow in that span of time she is still an Orthodox Christian? So are you saying if I have a lapse of 13 years before taking communion again, that makes me Orthodox?
This kind of goes back to what makes one a Christian. If all it takes to be Orthodox is to show up to Church to get married, well we have much larger problems here and this is exactly systemic of Christianity in the States.
Let's take a guess the next time they take communion after they get married.
Let's not judge them? Yet we judge other folks all the time if they are Christian are not, point the finger right back at yourself physician.
It's ok though, we can't judge celebrities but for others its fine.