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What does SOC stand for?

SOC stands for Serbian Orthodox Church (Eastern Christianity)

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The Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) started testing Macedonia's willingness to free Jovan Vraniskovski from prison without having reached any previous agreement concerning the continuation and the outcome of the talks between the Serbian Orthodox Church and the Macedonian Orthodox Church-Ohrid Archbishopric (MPC-OA).
Serbia, on the other hand, as bolt from the blue, sends a message that the decade-long church issue might be easily solved and the Serbian Orthodox Church to recognize the Macedonian Orthodox Church and only Brussels acts with a European style.
According to Macedonian Metropolitan Petar, Metropolitan Amfilohije of the Serbian Orthodox Church, who has recently visited Macedonia, is highly hypocritical, expressing positive views of the issue between the two churches at one time, and speaking the opposite at other time.
Under the supervision of Makarija, considered one of the best fresco painters in the Serbian Orthodox church, they work from the early morning, mostly in the fresco and icon workshop that produces paintings popular with foreign buyers.
Serbia vows it will never recognise the independence of Kosovo, seen as the cradle of Serbian culture and the Serbian Orthodox church will move on to the neighbouring Serb-majority community of Gracanica "to show how much ground Kosovo has made on these issues," such as integrating the countries' ethnic groups.
Reporting from Belgrade, Al Jazeera's Aljosa Milenkovic said opposition from the Serbian Orthodox Church could have inflamed the situation in the conservative Balkan country.
If all goes as planned, the young family could return in a year or two, if Father David, as Lubliner is known to his congregants, wishes to retire and Bishop Maxim, who presides over the Serbian Orthodox Church in the western United States, wishes to install Mackay as priest - called "protopresbyter" in Serbian orthodoxy - in Lubliner's stead.