ลิงค์: ศาสนจักรออร์โธดอกซ์ (Orthodox Church in Thailand)

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ศาสนจักรออร์โธดอกซ์

(Orthodox Church in Thailand)

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Православной Церкви в Таиланде

Thai convert becomes Orthodox Priest

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CONVERSIONS TO ORTHODOXY

Thai convert becomes Orthodox Priest

Source:

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http://journeytoorthodoxy.com/2010/06/thai-convert-trains-to-become-orthodox-priest/

JOURNEY TO ORTHODOXY

It is rare in predominantly Buddhist Thailand to find Thai Orthodox Christians, let alone a young Thai from a Buddhist family who has committed himself to becoming a priest in the Russian Orthodox Church.

But Danai Wanna, 24, is one such person. He is preparing for ordination as an Orthodox priest, and he expects that to happen in about eight years.

Danai already has completed one year of training at a seminary in St. Petersburg, 650 kilometers northwest of Moscow. Lately, he has been on home leave in Bangkok, but he will return to Russia on Aug. 23 to continue his studies in St. Petersburg, which some people call Russia’s “northern capital.”

The young former Buddhist hails from Prachin Buri province, 134 kilometers east of Bangkok. He recently spoke with UCA News about his conversion, the Continue reading “Thai convert becomes Orthodox Priest”

Journey to Orthodoxy: Thailand

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Journey to Orthodoxy: Thailand

Patriarch Kirill blesses construction of new Orthodox Church in Bangkok, Thailand

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TEXTS – ORTHODOXY

Patriarch Kirill blesses construction

of new Orthodox Church in Bangkok, Thailand

His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia blessed the construction of a new Orthodox church, dedicated to St Nicholas the Wonderworker, in the capital of Thailand, Bangkok.

The foundation stone of the church will be laid on 20 December 2012.

The resolution, sent by His Holiness to Archimandrite Oleg (Cherepanin), representative of the Russian Orthodox Church in the Kingdom of Thailand, says in particular,

“I give my blessing to the construction of the building of the Church St Nicholas the Wonderworker in Bangkok, Thailand, in accordance with the submitted project. By the intercession of Archbishop Nicholas of Mira in Lycia, the Lord will bless you, clerics, laymen and all those who work at the parishes of the Russian Orthodox Church in Thailand, for this important and good deed.”

The church is planned to be built and consecrated in 2013, website of the Representation of the Russian Orthodox Church in Thailand reports.

Source:

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http://journeytoorthodoxy.com/2012/12/patriarch-kirill-blesses-construction-of-new-orthodox-church-in-bangkok/

JOURNEY TO ORTHODOXY

Orthodox Monastery consecrated in Thailand

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HAVE FAITH – ORTHODOXY

Orthodox Monastery consecrated in Thailand

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JOURNEY TO ORTHODOXY

On February 9, 2012, Archbishop Mark of Yegoryevsk, director of the Moscow Patriarchate’s office for institutions abroad, who is on a visit to Thailand, consecrated the church dedicated to the Dormition of the Mother of God at the Monastery of the Dormition in Ratchaburi.

With the blessing of His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia, Fr. Seraphim Raicha of St. Nicholas’s in Bangkok was ordained in the newly-consecrated church as hieromonk to continue his service in Thailand. Present at the service were pilgrims from various parishes in the country, officials of the Russian Embassy in Thailand and the head of the local administration.

His Eminence Mark presented Rev. Danai (Daniel) Vann with a patriarchal award, a golden pectoral cross. The right to wear it was granted to the first Thai Orthodox priest for his zealous work for the good of the Church and the Thai translation of Archpriest Seraphim Slobodskoy’s Bible chairs.

Archbishop Mark also presented Archimandrite Oleg Cherepanin, representative of the Russian Orthodox Church in Thailand, with the Order of St. Innocent of Moscow in acknowledgement of his work for many years for the good of the Church and on the occasion of his 50th birthday.

The previous day, Archbishop Mark held at the monastery an assembly of the clergy, members of the parish councils of Orthodox churches in Thailand and Cambodia, representatives of the Orthodox parish in Laos and the committee of the Orthodox Church Foundation in Thailand. Archimandrite Oleg Cherepanin made a report stating the progress made and existing problems, the main ones being an acute need for purchasing some land for building a church in Bangkok and a shortage of clergy at the acting parishes.

Members of parish councils reported on the life of their communities, describing the special features of each of them. Rev. Danai (Daniel), chairman of the committee of the Orthodox Church Foundation in Thailand, introduced the assembly to the work of the Foundation.

In conclusion, Archbishop Mark addressed the assembly thanking all the participants and stating that some problems will be settled in the course of his visit, while others will be submitted to the consideration of His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia.

He also received each of the monastery brethren in individual audience for a private talk, after which he identified candidates for taking monastic vows and instructed the representative of the Russian Orthodox Church in Thailand to submit an appropriate report to Patriarch Kirill.

In the evening, Archbishop Mark officiated at All-Night Vigil at the monastery’s church of the Dormition. During the service he presented Vladimir Buntilov, assistant to the ROC representative in Thailand and lecturer at the Mahidol University in Bangkok, with a patriarchal award, the Medal of St. Innocent, Metropolitan of Moscow, in recognition of his church work, the website of the Orthodox Church in Thailand has reported.

Η Ορθοδοξία στην Ταϊλάνδη

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ΑΝΑΤΟΛΙΚΗ ΟΡΘΟΔΟΞΗ ΕΚΚΛΗΣΙΑ

Η Ορθοδοξία στην Ταϊλάνδη

Η Ορθοδοξία στην Ταϊλάνδη εμφανίζεται δια μέσου του παραρτήματος της Ρωσικής Ορθόδοξης Εκκλησίας, συμπεριλαμβανομένης και της ορθόδοξης κοινότητας του Αγίου Νικόλαου στη Μπανγκόκ.

Την αποστολή ανέλαβε ο πατέρας Όλεγκ Τσερεπάνιν (πληροφορίες του 2003), και δεν λειτουργεί μόνο για ρώσους τουρίστες ή πολίτες στην Ταϊλάνδη, αλλά και για μερικούς αυτόχθονες Ταϊλανδούς.

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