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Church on the border

Church on the border
Church on the border
Church on the border
Church on the border

The church of Holy Trinity, one of the greatest on the south of Serbia, near Bosilegrad, on the border with Bulgaria, eleven remaining residents of Izvor keep  in shifts. 

The Bus-Church

With an effort of protopresbyter Andrei Strabkov, at the parish of Holy Trinity in the Russian town of Zainski a bus-church was consecrated.

Since there is no enough churches in nearby villages, and that the Orthodox people there is left without spiritual food, father Andrei decided to visit villages and to serve the Liturgy in the bus, confess and do all necessary Sacraments and rites.

Restoration of Hilandar continues

Restoration of Hilandar continues

Minister of Culture, Media and Information Service Predrag Markovic today  visits  the Hilandar, where he will inform the head of the monastery that the Ministry  collected additional 15 million dinars for the restoration of the Grand quarters.

The Ministry during 2011 already helped the endowement of the monastery of Hilandar with 60 million dinars intended for the restoration of parts of the monastery which are mostly damaged in the fire.

Ways of the Lord, Now Available as eBook for Kindle, iPad, and Nook

Ways of the Lord, Now Available as eBook for Kindle, iPad, and Nook

Ways of the Lord: Perspectives on Sharing the Gospel of Christ  by His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of America and published by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America is now available in an ebook edition through all major online resellers including Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble as well as the Archdiocese’s Orthodox Marketplace.  This ebook edition of Ways of the Lord offers ease of access and reading using the latest features of Kindle, iPad, Nook, and Sony eBook Reader.

Bulgarian Muslims Rebuild Christian Neighbors' Church

Bulgarian Muslims Rebuild Christian Neighbors' Church

A unique picture of inter-religious tolerance can be viewed in a Northeastern Bulgarian village called Kamburovo, with local Muslims working to rebuild a church.

Muslims are not only volunteering to rebuild the church in Kamburovo, Municipality of Omurtag, but some of the funds for the reconstruction of the Christian temple were actually provided by the mosque in the village, the BGNES news agency reported Thursday.