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Свеправославна Литургија у цркви Светог Саве у Лондону

Свеправославна Литургија у цркви Светог Саве у Лондону
Свеправославна Литургија у цркви Светог Саве у Лондону
Свеправославна Литургија у цркви Светог Саве у Лондону
Свеправославна Литургија у цркви Светог Саве у Лондону

On Pentecost Monday, the Pan-orthodox Liturgy was celebrated at St Sava’s Church in London.

The Eucharistic assembly was led by his Eminence Archbishop Gregorios of Thyateira and Great Britain of the Patriarchate of Constantinople and concelebrating with him were: Archbishop Elisey of Sourozh, Russian Orthodox Church, Bishop Dositey of Great Britain and Scandinavia, Serbian Orthodox Church, Archbishop of Dmanisi, Agarak-Tashiri, and Great Britain and Ireland: Zenon (Iaradzhuli), Auxiliary Bishop Ignatius (Muresan), Romanian Church, The Right Reverend Athanasios (Theocharous), Bishop of Tropaeou   The Most Reverend Kallistos (Ware), Metropolitan of Diokleia, a Professor at Oxford University, was also present at this great event of the pan-orthodox union.

A new editor of Orthodoxy and Theological Views

Protodeacon Dr. Damjan Bozic – a new editor of the Serbian Patriarchate newspaper “Pravоslavlje” (Orthodoxy ) and of the theological periodical “Teoloski pogledi” (Theological Views)

Protodeacon dr Damjan S. Bozic: Born in Pech, Kosovo and Metohia (1978). Elementary as well as music school finished in Belgrade (1993). Seminary school in Prizren graduated in 1998. Theological faculty as well as master and doctoral studies finished in USA (1999-2011). Ordained deacon by Metropolitan Christopher (2003). From 2003 until 2012 he served at the Chicago Cathedral, worked at the office of  Metropolitanate and School of Theology in Libertyville. In 2011 he was elevated to the rank of protodeacon.

His Beatitude John X presides over the Divine Liturgy of Pentecost

His Beatitude John X presides over the Divine Liturgy of Pentecost
His Beatitude John X presides over the Divine Liturgy of Pentecost
His Beatitude John X presides over the Divine Liturgy of Pentecost
His Beatitude John X presides over the Divine Liturgy of Pentecost

His Beatitude John X the Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch and all the east has assured that the Church of Antioch in which the disciples were first called, christians, is the church of the children of peace and non- violence. It is the church of staying in homeland despite all difficulties and calamities.

Chinese-language Orthodox catechism published in Hong Kong

Orthodox Christians in China have the opportunity to grow omto a deeper understanding of their faith with the new Chinese-language translation of Archpriest Oleg Davidenkov’s catechism, which has been published in Hong Kong. The translation, made by Fr. Anatoly Kung of the Sts. Peter and Paul Church, has been issued by the China Orthodox Press, reports Pravoslavie.fm. The issuing of this new catechism is an important event in the life of the Chinese mission. The book will be interesting for Chinese readers desiring to systematize their understanding of Orthodoxy, and those students studying in Orthodox theological schools.

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On Pentecost Sunday 22nd May/4th June 2017, the Patriarchate celebrated the remembrance of the inspiration by the Holy Spirit at the Most Holy Church of the Resurrection.

The Patriarch of Romania offers up prayers for children and young people everywhere

On the International Children’s Day, 1 June 2017, His Beatitude Daniel, Patriarch of Romania, sends up prayers for the children and young people everywhere, but especially for those in Romania. We quote the personal prayer of the Romanian Patriarch on this occasion: -O, Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the Heavenly Father, Who have blessed the children and said: Let the children come to Me and do not hinder them, You Who looked with love at the young man asking You: Good Master, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?, You Who raised from the dead the son of the widow of Nain, Jairus’ daughter and Your friend, Lazarus, bless with Your grace and love all the children and young people in the world! Protect all the children baptised in Your name, who make the sign of Your Cross. Guide the youth and illumine by Your holy light the life of young people in our Church. Increase the love of children for their parents and the love of parents for their children. Enhance the diligence of children and young people for education and their respect and gratitude for their educators, teachers and professors.