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The reliquary with Cover and Robe of Sacred Virgin are to be brought to Bulgaria

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The reliquary with Cover and Robe of Sacred Virgin are to be brought to Bulgaria


14.07.2017

pixabay.comPlovdiv Metropolis of Bulgarian Orthodox Church with the blessing of His Holiness Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Kirill will receive the reliquary of Sacred Virgin's Cover and Robe, Russian Bulgaria website reports. This event is timed with Day of Saint Martyr Marina.

Russian Orthodox Church official delegation leaded by the rector of Russian Orthodox University hegumen Pyotr will stay in Plovdiv until the end of July. Last years the church has become a destination for pilgrimages.

Metropolitan of Plovdiv Nikolay has thanked Patriarch of Moscow and gave assurance that fraternity and believers are looking forward to see the sacred treasure.

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