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GEORGIAN PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE SAYS PRIEST PLANNED TO KILL PATRIARCH ILIA’S SECRETARY

March 12, 2017 Featured
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Pravoslavie.ru – March 2017 In a report detailing the ongoing investigation into the poisoning scandal that has rocked the Orthodox nation of Georgia, the Prosecutor’s Office has alleged that Archpriest George Mamaladze attempted to take cyanide to Berlin where the beloved Patriarch Ilia II was undergoing gallbladder surgery, reports Radio Liberty. However, the target was […]

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NOW BELIEVED PATRIARCH ILIA’S ASSISTANT WAS THE TARGET OF ATTEMPTED POISONING

February 22, 2017 Featured
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Pravoslavie.ru – 22/2/17 It is now known that Archpriest George Mamaladze, who was detained at Tbilisi airport on February 10 with a bottle of cyanide in his baggage, previously thought to be intended for His Holiness Patriarch-Catholics Ilia II of Tbilisi and All Georgia who was undergoing gallbladder surgery in Germany, has been accused of […]

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PATRIARCH ILIA WILL RETURN HOME FEBRUARY 20 – SUSPECTED WOULD-BE-POISONER DENIES ACCUSATIONS

February 17, 2017 Featured
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Pravoslavie.ru – 17/2/17 According to Lasha Zhvania, the head of the Patriarch of Georgia Foundation, His Holiness Patriarch-Catholicos Ilia II will return to Tbilisi on February 20 from Germany where he underwent gall bladder surgery. His Holiness is eager to get home to his flock, reports Blagovest. All medical procedures went smoothly, and the doctors have […]

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Saint Dositej of Zagreb

January 17, 2017 Featured News
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Church of Serbia – 17/1/17 Eighty Years of Indo–Serbian Orthodox Relations & Saint Dositej Vasić of Zagreb Metropolitan Dositej was born in Belgrade in 1887. He took Master of Theology from Kiev Religious Academy in 1904. He spent two years at the University of Berlin studying theological and philosophical science followed by philosophy studies at […]

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HEALTH OF PATRIARCH ILIA IMPROVING AFTER GALL BLADDER INFECTION

January 3, 2017 News

Pravoslavie.ru – 3/1/17 Patriarch-Catholicos Ilia II of Tbilisi and All Georgia’s health is generally improving following a flu brought on by a gall bladder inflammation, reports Sedmitza. “I have no right to speak about the concrete clinical details, but I can confirm that the general condition of heath of the primate of the Georgian Orthodox […]

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The Winds of Change Are Blowing in Europe

December 21, 2016 Featured News
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AINA – 21/12/16 (AINA) — If 2015 in Europe was most memorable for the hundreds of thousands of refugees who traipsed across the continent, 2016 will be marked by the dramatic increase in terrorist attacks at different European locations.Sadly, these two developments are not unconnected. Most of the refugees who arrived in Europe last year […]

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GERMAN EDITION OF PATRIARCH KIRILL’S BOOK ‘FREEDOM AND RESPONSIBILITY’ PRESENTED IN BERLIN

November 27, 2016 News

DECR – November 2016 On 24 November 2016, the German edition of a book by His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia, entitled ‘Freedom and Responsibility: A Search for Harmony – Human Rights and Personal Dignity,’ was presented at the Russian Centre for Science and Culture in Berlin, marking the 70th birthday of […]

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Gethsemane Convent Celebrates its Feast Day of St Mary Magdalene, Equal-to-the-Apostles

August 7, 2016 Featured News

The Official Website of the Synod of Bishops of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia- August 2016 On Thursday, August 4, 2016, the feast day of St Mary Magdalene, Equal-to-the-Apostles, His Eminence Archbishop Mark of Berlin and Germany, Overseer of the Russian Ecclesiastical Mission in Jerusalem, celebrated Divine Liturgy in Gethsemane Convent along with […]

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Protopriest Nikolai Artemoff is Granted a Lofty Clerical Award

May 31, 2016 Featured News
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The Official Website of the Synod of Bishops of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia- May 2016 On Sunday, May 22, 2016, the feast day of St Nicholas Chapel in the Russian Orthodox Cathedral in Munich, His Eminence Archbishop Mark of Berlin and Germany of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia, in accordance […]

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‘Godspot’: German Christians to provide free wi-fi in every Protestant church

May 22, 2016 Featured News
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www.rt.com – 22/5/16 In what will probably seem like manna from heaven to Wi-Fi starved Germans and tourists, free internet will soon be installed at Protestant churches around Berlin, in a move that will coincide with the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s Reformation. The Protestant Church of Berlin, Brandenburg and Silesian Oberlausitz will soon be offering […]

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Inner Peace: Berlin’s House of One Aims to Unite Christians, Muslims & Jews

February 29, 2016 Featured News
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www.sputniknews.com – February 2016 The ‘House of One’ project in Berlin plans to build a church, mosque and synagogue on a single site in central Berlin with the help of crowdfunding, Imam Kadir Sanci told Sputnik. The ‘House of One’ will contain a Christian church, a mosque and a synagogue on one site in central Berlin, […]

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ANNIVERSARY OF ARCHBISHOP LONGIN’S DEMISE MARKED IN CHURCH IN DUSSELDORF

August 29, 2015 News

August the 25th, 2015, marks the anniversary of the demise of Archbishop Longin (Talypin). On this day, the Divine Liturgy was celebrated at the church of the Protecting Veil in which His Eminence Longin was rector for many years. The congregation was led by Archimandrite Joseph (Pustoutov), dean of the Western District, Diocese of Berlin […]

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FORMER GERMAN CHANCELLOR GERHARD SCHRÖDER VISITS CATHEDRAL OF RESURRECTION IN BERLIN

August 6, 2015 Featured News

August 2015 At the invitation of Hegumen Daniel (Irbits), abbot of the Monastery of St. George in Götschendorf, Mr. Gerhard Schröder, former Chancellor of Germany, visited the Cathedral of the Holy Resurrection in Berlin, Press Service of the Russian Orthodox Church’s diocese of Berlin and Germany reports. Hegumen Daniel told Mr. Schröder about the life […]

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The 70th Anniversary of the Betrayal of the Cossacks in Lienz is Remembered

June 10, 2015 Featured News
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On June 1, 2015, a memorial service was held at the Chapel of the Protection of the Mother of God and Royal Martyr Tsarevich Alexei in Lienz, Austria, to mark the 70th anniversary of the betrayal of the Cossacks by the Allies following World War II. This was one of the most tragic post-war events, […]

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Bishop Anthimos of Olympos Enters Eternal Rest

June 1, 2015 Featured News

May 2015 – Greek Orthodox Church of USA SAN FRANCISCO – His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of America announced today (May 29, 2015) with great sadness, during the meetings of the Archdiocesan Council, the falling asleep in the Lord of His Grace Bishop Anthimos of Olympos, age 80, in his residence in West Yarmouth, Massachusetts. Following […]

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Documentary Film on the Assyrian Genocide Shown in Sweden

May 14, 2015 Featured News

May 2015 Sodertalje, Sweden (AINA) — A documentary film on the Turkish genocide of Assyrians in World War One premiered yesterday in the city of Sodertalje, 36 kilometers south of Stockholm. The documentary, titled Seyfo 1915 – The Assyrian Genocide was directed by Assyrian filmmaker Aziz Said, who lives in Berlin. The film was produced […]

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Congressman Chris Smith’s US Helsinki Commission Hearing on “A Century of Denial: The Armenian Genocide and the Ongoing Quest for Justice”

May 9, 2015 Featured News
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Washington, D.C. May – June 2015 On Thursday, April 23, 2015, the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, also known as the Helsinki Commission, held a hearing on “A Century of Denial: The Armenian Genocide and the Ongoing Quest for Justice” at the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, D.C. The hearing examined denialism […]

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Cross to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Victory Day to be set up in a Russian monastery in Germany

April 30, 2015 Featured News
Cross to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Victory Day to be set up in a Russian monastery in Germany

Interfax-religion Moscow, April 29, Interfax – Commemorative cross-monument dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War will be set up and consecrated on May 6 in a Russian Monastery in Gotschendorf (Germany). “Easter was celebrated on May 6, the Day of St. George in 1945, and seventy years after, on […]

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German President Recognizes Assyrian, Greek, Armenian Genocide

April 24, 2015 Featured News
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24/4/15 Berlin (AINA) — In a speech given at an ecumenical Church service of the Catholic and Evangelical Churches at the Cathedral in Berlin on Thursday 23rd April, German president Joachim Gauck described the mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks a century ago as genocide, marking a shift in his country’s stance that so […]

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Celebration of Saint Sava in Berlin

January 31, 2015 Featured News

31/1/15 – Church of Serbia With the blessing of God, the church and the parish of Saint Sava in the capital of Germany, on the feast day of the First Archbishop of Serbia, were honored with a great spiritual celebration. For the first time as a competent Bishop, His Grace Bishop Sergije of Middle Europe, […]

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International Colloquium on Saint Maximus the Confessor as a European Philosopher held in Berlin

September 30, 2014 Featured News

By Panagiotis Pavlos Research Fellow Dept. of Philosophy, University of Oslo panagiotis.pavlos@ifikk.uio.no 30/9/14 Berlin: To a particularly beautiful, full of qualitative academic contributions event dedicated to the person of Saint Maximus the Confessor the International Colloquium, titled ‘Maximus the Confessor as a European Philosopher’, was evolved. The Colloquium was realized as a synergy of Freie […]

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