Christ is Risen - Truly He is Risen!
Johannes Matsobane Rakumako was born on 26 November 1968 in Pietersburg, (now known as Polokwane) in what is now the Limpopo province of South Africa, the son of William and Anna Rakumako. He died on 12 April 2011 in Tshwane at the age of 42 years, 4 months and 17 days. He was baptised on 29 July 2001 at St Nicholas, Brixton. He attended the seminary in Nairobi for 1 year until 2002. He was ordained Orthodox priest on 25 July 2004.
On 30 April 2011, Metropolitan Hilarion of Volokolamsk, chairman of the Moscow Patriarchate's Department for External Church Relations, who visited the capital of Estonia with the blessing of His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia, met with Metropolitan Stephanos, head of the church organization of the Patriarchate of Constantinople in the country.
Patriarch Kyrril of Moscow and All Russia expressed an enthusiasm with the people of Japan. "I wish to express my delight how the Japanese people tackled with this accident, very courageous and solidary. We pray that the Japanese people as soon as possible heal this wound", Patriarch said during the meeting with Ambassador of Japan in the Russian Federation, Masaharu Kono in Moscow.
Cathedral with five onion domes to be erected next to Eiffel Tower will include cultural centre and public garden
It is one of the most recognisable skylines in the world, featuring one of the most famous monuments.
On the banks of the river Seine, Gustave Eiffel's iron tower, the symbol of France, juts high above the 19th-century Haussmann buildings and the trees of the Champ de Mars park that surround it.
But all this is about to change if the Russians have their way.
As part of a charity initiative organized by Uniastrum Bank and the Bank of Cyprus, residents from the Volgograd region and Lukhovitsky district met with the Primate of the Cypriot Orthodox Church and Cyprus's first lady.
Moscow, Russia, March 26, 2011 --(PR.com)-- On March 9 Russian families met with Archbishop Chrysostomos II, head of the Church of Cyprus, at the Archbishop's Palace in Nicosia. Later that day they were welcomed at the Presidential Palace by the wife of the Cypriot President, Elsie Chiratou. On both occasions the families were visibly moved by the warmth of the reception, as well as by the words of support and encouragement offered.