ARCHDIOCESE OF WASHINGTON, D.C.
Orthodox Church in America
Archdiocesan Priest travels with OCMC to the Republic of Moldova

From April 29-May 6 2015 Fr. Robert Miclean, Rector of Holy Archangels Orthodox Mission (OCA) in Annapolis, Maryland, served as the first OCMC Orthodox priest in the Republic of Moldova, teaching on the subjects of the Sacrament of Marriage and educating children in the Orthodox Faith, as well as speaking to youth at three high schools across Moldova.

Fr. Robert Miclean's Report

From April 29-May 6 2015 I had the privilege of serving as the first OCMC Orthodox priest in the Republic of Moldova, teaching on the subjects of the Sacrament of Marriage and educating children in the Orthodox Faith, as well as speaking to youth at three high schools across Moldova. I was assisted by my two very talented and Christ-loving teammates, Theresa Duro and Eugenia (Nitsa) Vasiliadis. The Holy Spirit was truly present with us from start to finish as we worked alongside Fr. Sergiu Aga, the indigenous Romanian Moldovan Orthodox priest, and his gifted preoteasa, Mariana...

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