The Patriarch Of Romania Varnished The Exhibition Of Old Books And Liturgical Objects At Cotroceni Museum23. November 2011 - 12:22
On 16 November 2011, the exhibition of old books and liturgical objects dating from the 17th – 18th centuries was varnished: “For the benefit of the Christian People” – Culture and Spirituality in Wallachia. The items have been selected from the collections of the Romanian Patriarchate and of Cotroceni Museum and displayed for the first time in a museum space.
On Monday, November 7th a group of seventy young people from the Republic of Srpska, accompanied by the Minister of Family Youth and Sport of the above mentioned country Mrs. Nada Tesanovic and by the advisor of the Delegation of this country in Israel Mr. Alexander Nicolic visited the Patriarchate.
They were cordially welcomed by His Beatitude our Father and Patriarch of Jerusalem Theophilos.
On Saturday, October 30th / November 12th 2011, the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management of the Autonomous Republic of Srpska, in the frame of the wider Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mr. Miroslav Milovanović, accompanied by one of his counsels, under the Manager of the Office of Srpska in Israel Mr. Ariel Livne and by the Special Advisor of the Delegation of this country to Israel Mr. Aleksandar Nikolić, visited the Patriarchate.
The Bulgarian Church marked on November 23, 2011 the feast dedicated to the Repose of pious St. Alexander Nevsky - both saintly Soldier-Prince, political leader of Russia and an example to all Orthodox people belonging to faith, heart and life of the one Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church.
Metropolitan Maximos, the Metropolitan of Pittsburgh, was recognized at a reception held to honor his retirement, at the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh.
Archbishop Demetrios, primate of the Greek Orthodox Church in America, and Metropolitan Nicholas of Detroit, were among the honored guests.