my experiences in Rocor parishes with many new immigrants was the same, a wise priest said it was a leftover from the days of communism when To the OP, that was largely my experience as well. I didn't and don't mind it so much though. The unfriendliness, real or perceived, can be a bit off-putting though. Stick at it. They're probably not as bad as they seem. Or if they are... still stick at it. Edit: Glad to read that things are working out.
a stranger was many priests and some congregants were probably KGB.
What does it mean if your Priest is a member of the KGB?
Is that some type of elite religious organization like Holy Name, Opus Dei, or the Jesuits?
Someone said the Patriarchs belonged to the KGB with special code names and stuff.
Are you required to be a member of the KGB to rise to the top of the clergy in the Orthodox Church?
Well, if the Patriarch is in the KGB then I guess it's a good thing right?
One time a priest said some personally revealing things to me, which were a bit shocking in detail.
I asked a priest in another parish about it, and he said the first priest sounded like a member of the NKVD.
I guess this NKVD is a special elite religious order, where the priests all have clairvoyance and know all about you.
Is the KGB anything like the NKVD? Are these all elite Orthodox Religious Organizations?
Should I ask my priest if he is a member of the KGB or the NKVD? Is that allowed?
Will they tell me if they are and what it is all about, or is it a secret organization of some type?
If I convert to Orthodoxy and follow all the rules and become pious, can I qualify to join the KGB someday?