unsplash.comThousands of Christians from Western countries want to settle in Russia, said the cleric of the Epiphany Church of the village of Krasnovo, in the Yaroslavl region, priest Joseph Gleason, who emigrated from the United States.
The clergyman previously lived in Texas, then served in the Antioch Orthodox Church temple in Illinois. In 2017 Gleeson moved to Rostov the Great and became a priest of the Russian Orthodox Church. According to him, thousands of Christians in the United States, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom would like to move to Russia, but there are bureaucratic difficulties.
“Here is God, what is real faith here,” Gleason said in a comment. RIA News.
Several large Orthodox families from the United States and Canada have already asked for help in the process of migrating to Russia, the TV channel reports. “360”. The reason people want to move is the desire to live in a country that respects traditional values.
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