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THE VISIT OF HIS BEATITUDE THE PATRIARCH OF JERUSALEM AT THE PATRIARCHATE OF ROMANIA

November 30, 2018 Featured

The Jerusalem Patriarchate – 30/11/8 From Thursday, November 13/29, 2018, to Saturday, November 18/ December 1, 2018, His Beatitude our Father and Patriarch of Jerusalem Theophilos will be on a visit to Romania as a guest of His Beatitude the Patriarch of Romania Daniel, in order to officiate the co-celebration of the Divine Liturgy at […]

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Daesh Targets Washington’s National Cathedral in Violent New Image

December 17, 2017 Featured
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Sputniknews – 17/12/17 Daesh plans to continue calling on terror cells and lone wolves to attack US churches during the Christmas season and has focused on the National Cathedral in Washington, DC, as an especially juicy target, according to a new report. The group published an image of the National Cathedral in flames with “a camouflage-clad jihadist […]

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Archbishop Demetrios of America at Presidential Inauguration

January 21, 2017 Featured News

The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America – 21/1/17 White House Chief of Staff Priebus Praises Greek Orthodox Community (video) WASHINGTON – His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of America invited by the Presidential Inauguration Committee and representing the Greek Orthodox Church in America, attended early this morning the special Inauguration Day Prayer Service at St John’s Episcopal […]

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Saint John Chrysostom commemorated at the Chapel of the National Cathedral

November 20, 2016 Featured News

Aurelian Iftimiu – Basilica News Agency – 20/11/16 His Grace Varlaam of Ploiești, Assistant Bishop to the Patriarch and Chief Secretary of the Holy Synod, celebrated the Divine Liturgy on the feast of Saint John Chrysostom, Sunday, 13 November 2016. Saint John is the protector saint of the Chapel of the National Cathedral. At the end […]

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Thousands of young people and faithful prayed together with Patriarch Daniel at the National Cathedral

September 14, 2016 Featured News

Andrei Pau – Basilica News Agency – September 2016 Sunday, 4 September 2016, thousands of Orthodox young people from all over the world present at #ITO2016, as well as faithful from Bucharest and from the country attended the first Divine Liturgy celebrated by the Patriarch of Romania at the National Cathedral. On the 11th Sunday after […]

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Solemn Commemoration of the Heroes of the Nation at the Patriarchal Cathedral

June 14, 2016 Featured News

Romanian Orthodox Basicilia Press Center – June 2016  After the Divine Liturgy celebrated today, 9 June 2016, at the Patriarchal Cathedral, His Grace Macarie, Romanian Orthodox Bishop celebrated a solemn commemoration service for the heroes of the nation, in the presence of His Beatitude Patriarch Daniel. After the solemn service the Patriarch of Romania explained the […]

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Gratitude for social–philanthropic activity unfolded at the Chapel of the National Cathedral

November 21, 2015 News

On 13 November 2015, feast of Saint John Chrysostom, the third dedication day of the Chapel of the National Cathedral, His Beatitude Daniel, Patriarch of the Romanian Orthodox Church, has been in the middle of the faithful present at the chapel and awarded church diplomas and distinctions to several benefactors and supporters of social–philanthropic activities […]

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Protocol of Cooperation between the Romanian Patriarchate and the Ministry of Health

September 6, 2015 Featured News

September 2015 His Beatitude Patriarch Daniel and Minister Nicolae Banicioiu signed on Thursday, 03 September 2015, in the Patriarch Teoctist Hall of the Patriarchal Residence, a Protocol of cooperation between the Romanian Patriarchate and the Ministry of Health, concerning the Programme entitled “Good Health for Villages”. The protocol was concluded in order to organise certain […]

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