Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Metropolitan Mor Gregorious Gabriel Speaks on Serbian Visit

October 19, 2010 News
Metropolitan Mor Gregorious Gabriel with Serbian Patriarch His Holiness Irinej

Click to enlarge photos Indian Orthodox Church 19/101/2010 India/Kerala/Kottyam: Metropolitan Mor Gregorious Gabriel (President- Department of the Ecumenical Relations of the Indian Orthodox Church) gave short briefing on the his wonderful experience of his recent visit to the Serbian Orthodox Church for the enthronement of Serbian Patriarch His Holiness Irinej . “It was indeed a […]

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Church honours Russian Businessman

October 19, 2010 News

19/10/2010 By Elias Hazou RUSSIAN businessman Andrey Klishas has been awarded the Gold Medal of the Apostle Paul in recognition for his ‘material and moral’ contribution to the Church of Cyprus and the country. Speaking at an award ceremony at the Archbishopric yesterday, Archbishop Chrysostomos II said the honour bestowed on Klishas was in appreciation […]

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Bishop: Serbian Church could Split

October 19, 2010 News

19/10/2010 BELGRADE — A schism in the Serbian Orthodox Church is “not impossible”, says one of its bishops based in Bosnia. Zahumlje-Hercegovina Bishop Grigorije told Belgrade’s Politika daily that he previously warned about this in a letter to the top SPC ranks, sent two years ago. Discussing also possible new organizational arrangements of the Church’s […]

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Bulgarian Orthodox Church observes St. John of Rila Day

October 19, 2010 News

Sofia. The Bulgarian Orthodox Church observes the day of Saint John of Rila, which falls on October 19 every year. St. John of Rila is the founder of the UNESCO-protected Rila Monastery in the Rila mountain range, Southern Bulgaria. He is also deemed patron of the Bulgarian people. Church services will be held in all […]

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Orthodox Church robbed in China

October 19, 2010 News

Beijing, October 18, Interfax – The Orthodox St. Innokenty of Irkutsk Church in the city of Ergun (E’erguna) in the Chinese Autonomous region of Inner Mongolia has been robbed. The robbery occurred in the early hours of October 15, head of the St. Peter and Paul Church in Hong Kong archpriest Dionisy Pozdnyayev told Interfax-Religion […]

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