ROC was advised to ignore the prediction of doomsday on August 19

Hieromonk Makarios

The Russian Orthodox Church urged not to take seriously allegations of Matrona of Moscow predicted the end of the world. On Monday, August 14, RIA Novosti reported.

A leading Internet-project “Questions to a priest” in a network “the Jelica mountain” hieromonk Macarius (Markish) said: “Believers need to be especially attentive to this nonsense, which, unfortunately, inherent in the human person”. Replication of the information, he explained the tendency of some people to “nightmares, vstorm and grilled items.”

In the words of hieromonk Macarius, such statements can “call the fire among those people who are extremely unreasonable”.

“Should we believe? Well, it’s not even a question. The question is how to look at it,” said the priest. quotes the explanation of why not to believe these reports, sounded in the movie “the True story of Saint Matrona”, filmed in 2012. “To know and to specify the timing of the coming of the Savior, not any man. In the gospel expressly States: “no person remaining within the Church’s faith, for such will never undertake.” So if we have any extant texts where if blessed Matrona is assigned to a specific year, it is not more than in the other error cases, and in other cases — falsification”, — says in the film the rector of the House Church of St. Tatiana, Moscow state University Archpriest Maxim (goats). There it is argued that quote the Holy inappropriately transferred and taken out of context.

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Moscow Matrona (Matrona Dmitrievna Nikonova) was born in Tula province in 1881. Was born blind, in 1902, she was paralyzed. According to the life, since eight years had the gift of prediction and healing. In 1925 moved to Moscow, where he lived until his death in 1952. In 1999 recognized as a locally venerated Saint, in 2004-m — absopositively. The power stored in the Metropolitan Pokrovsky monastery.

In December 2012 predicted end of the world according to the Mayan calendar. Many people around the world took this information seriously and started to prepare fortified bunkers and stock up on products. The word “Apocalypse” along with synonyms and derivatives became, according to the Global Language Monitor, the word of the year in the world online.