..and what language would that be? The spanish for the word roughly translated as "tomorrow" or "In the morning" is spelled
Mañana. The same word in Portugese, spoken in Brazil, is Amanhã. What are you trying to say?
I have read also, on another forum, that the Romanian Bishop also either was not invited - or did not/could not attend the South American Assembly. Evidently, some Romanian Parishes are found in South America. But, their Bishop is here in the USA. The meetings, from what I have heard, were conducted in Spanish and Portuguese, since they were held in Brazil. I do not know if any accomodations were made for Hierarchs to did not fluenty speak either of these languages. That may have included the Romanian bishop who, I assume, is fluent in Romanian and English, but perhaps not the primary languages in the South American Assembly. Does anyone know if there will be translators available when the North and Central American Assembly occur in New York in May? I am guessing that not all of those in attendance will be completely fluent in English language...
Matushka Elizabeth Perdomo
guess it is TRUE YOU HAVE BEEN SILENCED AND finished. TOO bad for us. SOME truth while it lasted. GOOD LUCK1
(Editor's note: I have not, contrary to rumour, been silenced, or murdered, or died in an accident. I have not been paid off. My silence over the last month was due to my mother's passing, and my obligations to my father, sisters and family. My thanks to all those sent their condolences and prayers. They were much appreciated.)
The attitude of the Greek bishops strikes me as being quite similar to the approach Syria and Saudi Arabia have towards the State of Israel. "It should not exist, therefore I will think it does not exist, and I will do everything I can not to be confronted with indications of it's existence." Unfortunately, this approach is completely worthless, since the object being ignored does not, in actuality, disappear.