The question was asked:
> Is it proper for ROCOR celebrants to commemorate members of the HOCNA
> clergy at proskomide:
JRS: It would not be right to commemorate HOCNA-ites audibly, at
litanies, or to sing "Many Years" for them in church, because this
could mislead the faithful. This is the same reason we do not
commemorate non-Orthodox in general *aloud*.
But we can pray privately for the conversion of HOCNA members, that
they may return to the Church from schism.
> and, is it proper for members of ROCOR to
> attend HOCNA services?
JRS: No way.
If the only "Orthodox" church near them is a HOCNA community, then one
should avoid going there, even for events such as baptisms, weddings
and funerals, and pray at home.
Fr. John R. Shaw