Bulgarian Church celebrates St. Clement of Ohrid

With the blessing of His Eminence Metropolitan Kiril, on November 24 in the church of St. Clemet of Ohrid  the vesper service was served by Bishop Jovan of Glavinica and priest Petar Dimitrov with the concelebration of deacon Miroslav Encev.

The Bulgarian Orthodox Church celebrates on November 25 a remembrace of St. Clement of Ohrid. This is one of the disciples of the Saints brothers St. Cyrill and Methodius who created the Slav literacy and who are protectors of Europe. After the death of St. Methodius in 885, St. Clement was expelled with other students from Moravia and came to Bulgaria. Tsar Boris I recieved them and gave them to learn priests in old Bulgarian language. St. Clemet founded the educational school in Ohrid which was considered one of the first Slav university. During seven years 3500 students finished it. Later, Tsar Symeon ordained St. Clemet a bishop.

The Patriarch Of Romania At The Saint Patron’s Feast Of Saint Martyr Mercurie Church

The Patriarch Of Romania At The Saint Patron’s Feast Of Saint Martyr Mercurie Church
The Patriarch Of Romania At The Saint Patron’s Feast Of Saint Martyr Mercurie Church
The Patriarch Of Romania At The Saint Patron’s Feast Of Saint Martyr Mercurie Church
The Patriarch Of Romania At The Saint Patron’s Feast Of Saint Martyr Mercurie Church

Today, 25 November 2011, the parish of Saint Great Martyr Mercurie of Titan district of Bucharest celebrated its protector. On the occasion of the celebration of the saint patron of this holy place of worship, His Beatitude Patriarch Daniel officiated the Divine Liturgy assisted by a group of priests and deacons, in the presence of hundreds of faithful who had come to worship Saint Martyr Mercurie.

Archimandrite Chrysostomos Kykkotis elected as new Metropolitan of Kyrenia

The Holy Synod of the Church of Cyprus, met on Thursday morning, on November 24, 2011, to elect a new Metropolitan of Kyrenia. Following the celebration of the Divine Liturgy at the Cathedral of St. John, the Synod elected Archimandrite Chrysostomos Kykkotis as the new Metropolitan of Kyrenia. 

The chirotony of the Metropolitan Chrysostomos of Kyrenia  will be on Saturday morning, on December 10,  at the Panagia Pallouriotissa Church and the enthronement will be at 4 pm of that day at the Church of St. Barnabas in Kokkinotrimithia.

Following the election , Archimandrite Chrysostomos Kykkotis, in his first news statement, expressed the confidence in the Holy Synod and thanked the people of Kyrenia for the confidence shown to him saying that he would do his best the for Metropolis of Kyrenia.