By David Lutz, Al The shadow priest, who often accompanies the priests in rituals, was raised in a religious household. 

He is the only person of color among his number, according to the priest.

His mother died when he was a baby.

He is also the only one of his kind.

The priest’s name is Koryl, and he is the eldest son.

He’s 6 years old, and the only son of a farmer and a retired pastor.

He lives in a small farmhouse with his mother, who has since passed away. 

“I grew up in a family of people who worshiped the Lord, but that’s not the only thing that I’m interested in,” Korylo told Al Jazeera.

Korylo’s life is filled with struggles. 

When he was three years old he lost his mother.

His father died while he was still in his teens, leaving the family without a father figure. 

As a young boy, he had been kidnapped by a gang of young men and raped. 

But after he was rescued, he started to grow up and started to learn the faith. 

In the past few years, Koryla has come to accept the fact that he has to convert to the shadow priesthood. 

The priest has a vision of a future where he and his fellow priests are given power to help people. 

It’s a vision that he is eager to share with the community at large, and also for those who don’t know him.

“It’s like the next step,” Karyl said.

“I’m not the first person to come and see me like this, but I’m the first to have a chance to talk with my family and explain to them why I am going to go to the priesthood.”

I’m going to become a priest because I love God and I’m going for the Lord’s glory.”‘

It’s important to make this transition’It was a shock for him when he got the call. 

After all, he was only two years old when his father died, and as a result, he wasn’t part of the religious household anymore.

But when he arrived in Los Angeles, the priesthood suddenly felt like home.”

The community was very supportive of my transition, and I feel like I made the right decision,” Kurylo said.”

At first, it was very difficult because I didn’t know any other way.

But it was important to do that, and it was a process of acceptance. 

Then, as time went on, I was able to see myself more clearly. 

I realized that I can still be a good person, and that’s the whole point.

“The first thing he did was to visit the hospital and learn more about his family. 

At first Koryly was confused by the doctors’ questions, but he soon understood what was going on. 

His mother’s body had recently died, leaving him with no other relatives to go back to. 

Koryl then decided to find a way to go out to the community to see what was happening. 

Once he was there, he began attending services in a church where the local black community had recently begun to congregate. 

Soon, he decided to convert. 

This wasn’t a new thing for him. 

Back in the late 1980s, Karylo had started going to church every Sunday to help feed the homeless, but after his father passed away, the community of the church became more hostile toward him.

Korylu started to feel isolated, and then felt the need to convert, he said. 

That’s when he decided that the only way to help the community was to become one of them. 

Since then, he’s been able to attend a number of services. “

I think that was a real shift,” Konyl said, adding that the church community is very welcoming and helpful to anyone who needs a hand. 

Since then, he’s been able to attend a number of services. 

According to Koryldo, a few weeks ago, he and a few other priests started to go through his life as a priest and to get to know the community. 

They are planning to take a few years off to give the community time to accept him.

When Koryllas last sermon was recorded in Los Altos, the priest received a warm reception from the congregation, and Koryledos parents and siblings had already started to say goodbye. 

Before long, Kony Lutz will also be leaving Los Angeles to travel the world, starting with Brazil, where he plans to begin a new ministry.

“Brazil has always been my dream country,” Koyles mother told Al and Shoebat.

“In Brazil, there is no discrimination or discrimination against any people.”

“It is a very big country, but there is still room for me in this church.