Last Supper

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February 9, 2018 Featured
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Upper Room Media – 9/2/18 Visit Webpage https://www.upperroommedia.org/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/UpperRoomMedia/ Instagram https://www.upperroommedia.org/instagram/ Upper room is an initiative in bringing the Word of God from a timeless faith into your hearts and minds anytime, anywhere. Upper Room Media is a ministry of the Coptic Orthodox Church that brings to you rich & fresh spiritual resources including Sermons, […]

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JUDAH, TODAH AND CHRISTIAN EUCHARIST

March 31, 2015 Featured News

March 2015 Most Reverend Nektarios Tsilis, Metropolitan of the Orthodox Metropolitanate of Hong Kong and Southeast The word Judah comes from the verb LeHodot, which simply means “to thank.” In the context of the Hebrew Bible, such thanks are synonymous not just with gratitude, but with praise. In fact, there was a particular sacrifice called […]

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1500-YEAR-OLD CHRISTIAN MANUSCRIPT DISCOVERED AT MANCHESTER LIBRARY

September 24, 2014 Featured News

24/9/14 Staff members of the John Rylands Library of the University of Manchester have announced the discover of a Greek papyrus text written in the 6th century, which gives an account of the Last Supper and first Christians, reports Calam1 news portal with the reference to theAleteia Catholic agency. At a press conference held on […]

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Metropolitan Anthony Bloom: The Lord’s Entry Into Jerusalem

April 14, 2014 Featured News

April 2014 In the Name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost. Today Christ enters the path not only of His sufferings but of that dreadful loneliness which enshrouds Him during all the days of Passion week. The loneliness begins with a misunderstanding; the people expect that the Lord’s entry into Jerusalem will be the […]

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Artist Builds a Six Million-Matchstick Model Monastery

January 19, 2012 Featured News

19/1/2012 Michelangelo spent only three years carving David. Da Vinci’s depiction of The Last Supper required just three. This giant model of the Rila Monastery by Bulgarian artist Plamen Ignatov demanded 16 years of dedication. Officially known as the Monastery of Saint Ivan of Rila, it is Bulgaria’s largest Eastern Orthodox monastery and the second-largest […]

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Armenian Church of Singapore Celebrates Major Anniversary

May 24, 2011 News

20/5/2011 SINGAPORE — One sometimes wonders about the lost communities of the Armenian diaspora. Singapore, whose 175-year-old church, The Armenian Church of St. Gregory the Illuminator, comes to mind as an example. Singapore’s Armenian heritage has not disappeared. The community, which had leaders that established notable Singapore institutions such as the Strait Times (national newspaper) […]

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Patriarch Kirill has washed feet of twelve priests on the Holy Thursday

April 17, 2009 News

Moscow, April 16, Interfax – First time for twenty years the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia has conducted the ordinance of the Foot Washing and washed the feet of twelve priests on the Holy Thursday.An extract from the Gospel telling how Jesus Christ washed feet of the twelve apostles at the Last Supper was […]

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