Orthodox Churches

His Beatitude Patriarch of Jerusalem meets with His Eminence Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece.

His Beatitude Patriarch of Jerusalem meets with His Eminence Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece.

On Thursday, September 30th / October 13th 2011, His Eminence Minister of Greece Mr. Stavros Lambrinidis being on a visit to the state of Jordan after his visit to Egypt and on his way to Lebanon met with His Beatitude our Father and Patriarch of Jerusalem Theophilos at Intercontinental Hotel in Amman.

During this visit the Minister of Foreign Affairs was escorted by a seven-member delegation from the Greek Ministry of National Education and Religious Affairs, a member of whom was Mr. Themistoklis Dimidis who had served as the Greek Consul General in Jerusalem years ago, Representatives of the General Council of Foreign Affairs , economic operators and journalists.

The Feast of St. Isaac The Syrian in Qatar

The Feast of St. Isaac The Syrian in Qatar
The Feast of St. Isaac The Syrian in Qatar
The Feast of St. Isaac The Syrian in Qatar
The Feast of St. Isaac The Syrian in Qatar

On Tuesday, September 28th /October 11th 2011, the memory of our Father Saint Isaac the Syrian was solemnly celebrated at the Emirate of Qatar. As known, this region is the place of ascesis of this great luminary of the Church Saint Isaac the Syrian.  For the first time a vigil was conducted at the underground part of the constructed Holy Church to the honor of the great teacher of mystical life.

Pilgrims from The Orthodox Church of Finland visit The Jerusalem Patriarchate

Pilgrims from The Orthodox Church of Finland visit The Jerusalem Patriarchate

On Tuesday,  September 28th / October 11th 2011, the Bishop of Gioencu Arsenios of the Orthodox Church of Finland together with a small escort visited the Patriarchate and was accepted by His Holy Beatitude our Father and Patriarch of Jerusalem Theophilos.

In this meeting, His Beatitude welcomed them at the Zion Church, mother of Churches where the Holy Spirit descended upon the Apostles during the day of Pentecoste. From this Church originated all the established Orthodox Churches worldwide by the work of the Apostles the Disciples of Christ. Historical records of the Incarnation of the Word of God, His Act of Salvation and the Acts of His Disciples are the Holy and Sacred Pilgrimages of the Holy Land, which the Patriarchate of Jerusalem was called to protect and keep through the centuries.

The Orthodox Theological Faculty from Munich visits The Jerusalem Patriarchate

The Orthodox Theological Faculty from Munich visits The Jerusalem Patriarchate
The Orthodox Theological Faculty from Munich visits The Jerusalem Patriarchate
The Orthodox Theological Faculty from Munich visits The Jerusalem Patriarchate
The Orthodox Theological Faculty from Munich visits The Jerusalem Patriarchate

On Saturday September 25th /October 9th 2011 the Orthodox Theological School of Munich consisting of its students and several accompanying pilgrims led by His Grace Bishop Remezianis Andreas of the Serbian Patriarchate and the Bishop of Stuttgart Agapitos of the Russian church of Dispersion as well as the Professor of the Faculty Mr. Athanasios Vletsis, visited the Patriarchate.

Church Still to Decide on Identity of Crown Prince Alexey and Princess Maria's Remains

Church Still to Decide on Identity of Crown Prince Alexey and Princess Maria's Remains

The issue of the identity of the remains of Crown Prince Alexey and Princess Maria's remains has not been discussed by the Russian Orthodox Church yet.

The remains were found near Yekaterinburg in 2007.

Cappella Romana to Sing Great Vespers and Divine Liturgy in Seminary Chapel

Cappella Romana to Sing Great Vespers and Divine Liturgy in Seminary Chapel

The famed vocal chamber ensemble Cappella Romana  will sing the responses during Great Vespers and Divine Liturgy for the Feast of the Archangels in our Three Hierarchs Chapel. We warmly welcome our friends and neighbors to celebrate with us and to hear the solemn beauty of this choral group, which travels throughout the world. Great Vespers will be celebrated at 5 p.m. on Monday, November 7; Divine Liturgy will be celebrated at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, November 8.