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Denmark Will Cease to Be Lutheran by 2050 With Current Migration – Sociologist

June 6, 2018 Featured
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Sputniknews – 6/6/18 Sociologist Henrik Dahl has called the consequences of mass immigration from the Middle East an “existential threat” and ventured that Denmark will no longer be Protestant by 2050 unless the influx from that particular area is slowed down or throttled completely. In his opinion piece published in the Berlingske daily, Henrik Dahl stressed that it would […]

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Danish church opens more night-time services to combat exodus of faithful

April 4, 2017 News
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RT.com – 4/4/17 Churches in Denmark have opened more night-time services to boost attendances, according to a Diocese of Copenhagen survey. The move follows reports that parishioners are leaving the Church in big numbers, with more Danes becoming atheists. Some 33 churches in 25 towns and cities have opened their doors at night, the diocese […]

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OLDEST RELATIVE OF LAST RUSSIAN EMPEROR PRINCE DIMITRI ROMANOV DIES IN DENMARK

January 3, 2017 News

TASS – 3/1/17 +Memory Eternal+ Prince Dimitri Romanov, the oldest relative of the last Russian Emperor Nicholas II, has died in Denmark, his wife Princess Feodora said. The prince was 90. According to his wife, he was taken to hospital last week due to a dramatic decline in health. “Dimitri Romanovich died at the hospital on […]

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Knocking on Heaven’s Door: Iranians and Afghans Flock to Church of Denmark

May 25, 2016 Featured News
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www.sputniknews.com – 24/5/16 Last year’s devastating migrant crisis took a lighter toll on Denmark, compared to its northern neighbor Sweden, yet the country has nonetheless been struggling to integrate Muslim asylum seekers. However, there are exceptions to this rule, as an increasing number of Farsi speakers are reported to be seeking baptism. Church leaders and pastors […]

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Prince Alexander Karadjordjevic dies at 91

May 15, 2016 Featured News

www.inserbia.info – May 2016 PARIS/BELGRADE – HRH Prince (Knez) Alexander Pavlov Karadjordjevic died at the age of 91 in Paris on Thursday morning, his office in Belgrade said in a release. Prince Alexander, the eldest son of late Prince Paul of Yugoslavia, who acted as Regent of Yugoslavia in the 1930s, and Princess Olga of Greece and […]

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Holier Than Thou: Danes Leaving the Church in Hordes

April 9, 2016 Featured News
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wwwsputniknews.com – April 2016 A recent campaign by the Danish Atheist Society to encourage members of the Church of Denmark to desert their faith has resulted in a massive exodus across the country, leaving baffled priests counting the losses. The Danish Atheist Society (Ateistisk Selskab) has been appealing to the hearts and minds of their fellow Danes by placing […]

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I.A.O MEETING WITH DELEGATION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH IN DENMARK.

December 28, 2015 Featured News
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The Interparliamentary Assembly on Orthodoxy (I.A.O.) – December 2015 A delegation of the Council of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Denmark realized a solidarity and briefing visit to Athens on Monday, 7 December 2015. The delegation was consisted of the Archbishop of Copenhagen Peter Skov-Jakobsen, Ms. Metter Boch, Member of the Parliament of Denmark, Ms. […]

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His Holiness Aram I Receives Rare Archival Photos of Bird’s Nest Orphanage from Former Orphan Vartan Melkonian

October 11, 2014 News

On Monday 6 October 2014, Mr Vartan Melkonian, a former orphan of Bird’s Nest and currently living in London, visited Catholicos Aram I. Mr Melkonian presented the Catholicos with a rare collection of photos, taken of the orphans during the time of the Genocide, which he had collected from Denmark and other countries. The photos […]

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