Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Remains of John the Baptist Found

August 4, 2010 News

3/7/2010 Archaeologists in Bulgaria claim to have found the remains of John the Baptist, significant figure in the Orthodox Church, while excavating a 5th century monastery on the island of Sveti Ivan in the Black Sea. A container for relics, known as a reliquary, was discovered last week under the monastery’s basilica. The team opened […]

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Family Conference – 2010

August 4, 2010 News

Syrian Orthodox Church- Ireland Family Conference – 2010 September 10, 11, 12 Friday, Saturday and Sunday St. Ignatius Elias III Nagar ( Esker Monastery, Athenry, Co. Galway) Theme: ” How very good and pleasant it is when kindred live together in unity!” Psalm : 133:1. Click here for the promo Video The Syrian Orthodox Christians […]

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Shenouda Mamdouh visits England

August 4, 2010 News

The British Orthodox Church 3/7/2010 From 28 July-7 August, Shenouda Mamdouh, Abba Seraphim’s Egyptian Secretary, visited England with his wife, Mary, as the guests of the British Orthodox Church. Shenouda was here previously in 2000 and 2007 but this was Mary’s first visit. During their stay they were largely based in Charlton, London. They had […]

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EOTC in exile reportedly negotiating with church leaders in Ethiopia

August 4, 2010 News

3/7/2010 The Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahdo Church (EOTC) in exile is about to negotiate with Abune Paulos of Ethiopia as early as today. There is no official report about the talking points but insiders say high on agenda is the possibility of bringing the exiled church leaders back to Ethiopia. The rift between the home-based and […]

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Abp. Barsamian Ponders Past, Looks Forward to His Sixth Term as Primate

August 4, 2010 News

By Aram Arkun Mirror-Spectator Staff 2/7/2010 NEW YORK — Archbishop Khajag Barsamian holds one of the most prestigious and influential positions in the hierarchy of the Armenian Church. He reflected on his past, and set out some goals for the future after recently being elected to a sixth term as Primate of the Diocese of […]

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Croatia, Bosnia and Serbia Commemorate Operation Storm

August 4, 2010 News

4/7/2010 Thousands of people across several Balkan countries have held services to commemorate those who died in Operation Storm 15-years ago. Croatia’s Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor headed a delegation of high-ranking officials at Zagreb central cemetery to mark the military operation carried out by forces from her country and Bosnia and Herzegovina to retake areas […]

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Holocaust Museum Urges Romania To Withdraw Racist Coin

August 4, 2010 News

By: Gina Gomez 3/7/2010 Bucharest, Romania, Aug 3, (THAINDIAN NEWS) The central bank of Romania has sparked controversy after it issued a special coin in remembrance of a former prime minister and a religious leader who is known for his anti-Semitic beliefs and was instrumental in taking away the citizenship of as many as 225,000 […]

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Bishop Irinej consecrates the cross for the church of St. Peter of Cetinje in Lovcenac

August 4, 2010 News

4/7/2010 In the evening of the feast day of St. Elijah the Prophet, on Sunday, July 19/ August 1 of this year, His Grace Dr. Irinej, the orthodox Bishop of Backa, consecrated the cross for the church of St. Peter of Cetinje the Wonderworker in Lovcenac. Bishop Irinej congratulated the faithful for all the efforts […]

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Patriarch IRINEJ serves in the church of St. Marco

August 4, 2010 News

3/7/2010 His Holiness IRINEJ, Serbian Patriarch on the feast day of Saint Despot Stephen Lazarevic and his mother Saint Eugenia served the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy in the church of Saint Marco in Belgrade with the concelebration of priests and deacons of this holy temple. At the end of the Holy Liturgy His Holiness cut the […]

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