Monday, July 18, 2011

The Patriarch of Romania: Sometimes God allows material damages for our Spiritual Improvement

July 18, 2011 News

On 17 July 2011, the 5th Sunday after the Pentecost, the evangelical pericope presenting the “Healing of the two demon-possessed men in the region of Garadenes” was read in all the places of worship of the Romanian Patriarchate. “Today’s Gospel shows us the divinity of Jesus Christ, our Saviour, and His victory over the demoniac […]

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Patriarch Preached about Importance of Homeland

July 18, 2011 News

18/7/2011 Catholicos Patriarch of Georgia preached about the importance of the homeland at the Sunday service. Patriarch blessed Georgians who arrived from Iran and personally greeted them. The Patriarch said they lived in Mazandara and he thanked God that after 400 years, Georgians had returned to their homeland. “Their predecessors were taken from Georgia 400 […]

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Armenian architects will stop at nothing to save Gandzasar Monastery

July 18, 2011 News

16/7/2011 PanARMENIAN.Net – Armenian architects threaten to stop at nothing to save Gandzasar monastery. As the deputy chairman of the Armenian association of architects-restorers Stepan Nalbandyan told a PanARMENIAN.Net reporter, unless the coating of the monastery fence is brought to its original form, the architects will apply to UNESCO. “Still, we’re very reluctant to politicize […]

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Orthodoxy should become foundation of the country’s life, Patriarch Kirill Believes

July 18, 2011 Featured News

Moscow, July 18, Interfax – Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia sets the Church a mission to bring Russians to real faith in God. “There’s no point in pretending, in early 1990 we often baptized people who even didn’t know what was going on and we don’t know how they felt about it, perhaps […]

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Pope Shenouda gives his blessings to Egypt’s new envoy to Addis

July 18, 2011 Featured News

Dina Ezzat 18/7/2011 Religious ties between the Egyptian and Ethiopian churches may help strengthen relations between the two countries, which are threatened by ongoing disagreements over the Nile’s water. This morning at the headquarters of the Coptic Orthodox Church in Abbasiyya, Pope Shenouda III, the Coptic Patriarch, received Mohamed Edrees, Egypt’s new ambassador to Ethiopia. […]

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Egypt’s Christians to Protest Slow Probe of Church Bombing

July 18, 2011 News

By Anugrah Kumar | Christian Post Contributor 18/7/2011 Coptic Christians of Egypt are planning to stage demonstrations demanding a speedier investigation into the New Year church bombing in the city of Alexandria that killed 23 and injured 97. The decision to act was taken as the probe of the bomb explosion in front of the […]

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