The paperback also includes maps of the Holy Land and Jerusalem in the 1th century AD and a short dictionary of Biblical terms, reports Patriarchia.ru.
Work on translation was carried out by a collective that included: senior researcher of the Lexicology and Lexicography Department of the Language, Literature and Arts institute of the Dagestani scientific center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, doctoral candidate in Linguistics Hizri Yusupov, and a leading specialist on the Caucasus, expert in the typology and comparative historical grammar of the languages of Dagestan, Deputy Director of the Institute of Linguistics (RAS), doctor of philology M.E. Alexeyev.
Francis receives the Patriarch of the Greek Orthodox Church of Antioch, His Beatitude John X Yazigi in audience
During his visit, the Patriarch will also meet Cardinals Bertone, Sandri and Koch. On Sunday 29 September he will attend Pope Francis' mass in St. Peter's Square.
Hundreds of Christian families who had fled the city attended the service in the small chapel located inside what is left of the Anba Abraam monastery devastated by extremist attacks. The army liberated the village on 18 September after more than a month of Islamist occupation.
Coptic Christians in Minya province are “taking back” their places of worship after a month of Islamist attacks and the imposition of the ‘infidel’ tax. Yesterday afternoon, thousands of people attended the first Mass celebrated in the church of the Virgin Mary in what is left of the Anba Abraam Monastery of to Delga (Minya, Upper Egypt).
A webpage will possibly be created where the godchildren of His Holiness Patriarch Ilia II will be able to meet each other, reports Gruzia Online.
The Catholicos-Patriarch of all Georgia, Archbishop of Mtskhet-Tbilisi, Metropolitan of Pitsunda and Tskhum-Abkhazia, His Holiness and Beatitude Ilia II informed the congregation of this at the Sunday service.
A town dating back more than 2,000 years has been discovered on the northwest coast of the Sea of Galilee, in Israel's Ginosar valley.
The ancient town may be Dalmanutha (also spelled Dalmanoutha), described in the Gospel of Mark as the place Jesus sailed to after miraculously feeding 4,000 people by multiplying a few fish and loaves of bread, said Ken Dark, of the University of Reading in the U.K., whose team discovered the town during a field survey.