Bishop Ignatius heard the “voice of the revolution” in the protests against the transfer of Isaac

Moscow. 20 Feb. INTERFAX – Head of the Synodal Department for youth Affairs of the Bishop of Vyborg and Priozersky Ignatius urged the protesters against the St. Isaac’s Cathedral the Church to their senses.

“We once again hear the voice of the revolution, which led to the turmoil, blood, death. We should see reason,” said the Bishop, who quoted the press service of the diocese of Vyborg.

“Little Russian heart of the lesson, thundered across the country a hundred years ago! It turns out that not fully we felt the tragedy of what happened! Recently rose crazy theme – there were people that give the transmission of St. Isaac’s Cathedral Church on political overtones. Tried, perhaps, for God to invite one of the parties. But God is outside of parties, He just with the people!” – said the Hierarch.

Recalling that Isaac was built as a house of prayer, he expressed the opinion that she sounds in this temple is not fully.

“While we have in the temples, museums or any other organizations. The lessons of history, we are not going to benefit,” says Bishop.