Metropolitan Vikenty

Biggest in the Central Asia Orthodox church opened in Bishkek

December 14, 2015 Featured News
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Interfax-religion – 14/12/15 Bishkek, December 10, Interfax – The Church of the Holy Equal-to-the-Apostles Prince Vladimir, the biggest in the Central Asia, was consecrated and officially opened on Thursday, the local diocesan press service told Interfax Head of the Central Asian Metropolitan District, Metropolitan Vikenty of Tashkent and Uzbekistan chaired the consecration. Hierarchs from Uzbekistan, Russia, […]

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OVER 40,000 GATHER IN EKATERINBURG TO HONOR THE ROYAL MARTYRS

July 17, 2013 News

Ekaterinburg – 17/7/13 According to different estimates, 40 to 50 thousand people gathered in Yekaterinburg to honor the memory of Royal Martyrs at the night service commemorating their murder, Pravoslavnaya Gazeta reports. The night-time service of Divine Liturgy was opened by Metropolitan Kirill of Ekaterinburg and Verkhotury, as he addressed the thousands in attendance. In his sermon, […]

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Patriarch of Russia will bless new Kyrgyz president

November 22, 2011 News

22/11/2011 BISHKEK, Nov. 22 (Xinhua) — Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia will visit Kyrgyzstan to mark the 140th anniversary of the establishment of the Bishkek and Central Asian eparchy of the Russian Orthodox Church. “The head of the Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia, is expected to pay a […]

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Central Asian Metropolitan Vikenty arrives in Kyrgyzstan

September 24, 2011 News

23/09/2011 24.kg news agency by Irina PAVLOVA Central Asian Metropolitan Vikenty arrives in Kyrgyzstan for a week. Igor Dronov, Archpriest, the secretary of Bishkek diocesan administration of the Russian Orthodox Church, informed 24.kg news agency. According to him, the head of Central Asian Metropolitan Circuit temporarily acts as ruling bishop of Bishkek and Kyrgyzstan Diocese. […]

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