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Commenting article: Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew Prays for Maxim, Bulgaria

Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev met Christian Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew in Istanbul Thursday.

"We prayed for the soul of the late Bulgarian Patriarch Maxim. We prayed for the Bulgarian people and Church, and for the swift election of a new patriarch," said Bartholomew after the meeting.

"The Bulgarian Orthodox Church is the first spiritual sister of the Constantinople Patriarchy and has always been deep in our hearts," added he.

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Yane - 29 Nov 2012 // 20:31:50

>>>"We prayed for the soul of the late Bulgarian Patriarch Maxim. We prayed for the Bulgarian people and Church<<

You probably prayed that he go to hell and for misfortune to befall the Bulgarian people, you and your church is the enemy of our nation, even before the Turks. Always worked against us at every turn, even today.

Too bad the useless Turks didn't finish the job so we would be spared your ghost church for a ghost empire that can't get it through their thick skulls that we are never going to be Greeks. Go to the pages of history and stay there, stop making statements, useless old fool.

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