OCP Delegation Honours Abu Dhabi Pan-Orthodox Christian Gathering with the Trio Icon of the Armenian Genocide, the Addis Ababa Conference & the Eastern-Oriental Orthodox Dialogue

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on November 30, 2015

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OCP News Service
30/11/15

Also Read: ‘Harp of Angels’ Pan-Orthodox Christian Christmas Gathering Held in Abu Dhabi

 Abu Dhabi: Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE (Pan-Orthodox Christian Society) delegation honoured the Abu Dhabi Pan-Orthodox Christian Nativity Gathering with the special Trio Icon that reflects the commemoration of three major Orthodox Christian events in 2015. This was held during the ‘Harp of Angels’ Nativity gathering organized by the Orthodox Christian Youth Movement (OCYM) of the Abu Dhabi Indian Orthodox Malankara Cathedral.

Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE was represented by Prakash Varghese (Delegate of UAE, Gulf, and the Levant), Monu John (Special Envoy of the OCP Secretariat) and Nisha Jacob (OCP Associate). Prakash congratulated OCYM and the Cathedral community for organizing the unique Pan-Orthodox gathering.

On behalf of the OCP family, Prakash and Monu presented Metropolitan Mar Elias with the trio icon commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide, the 50th anniversary of the holy Adds Ababa Conference and the 51st anniversary of the Joint Commission for the Theological Dialogue between Eastern Orthodox Churches and Oriental Orthodox Churches. The Cathedral community was presented with OCP Icon of St Gregorious of Parumala as well.

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OCP News Service

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