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26th Nativity Readings start in Moscow

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26th Nativity Readings start in Moscow


kremlinpalace.orgThe 26th International Nativity educational readings under title 'Moral Values and Future of Humanity'  are kicked off today in Moscow. Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia is opening the conference in the Kremlin Palace, TASS reports.

Milestones of the conference are topics related to children, teenagers and questions of moral values. Russian educational institutions are taking an active part in the event. Almost three hundred universities from 34 regions of Russia have joined the conference.

The event will last for two days. Around two hundred activities dedicated to modern state of church, education, science, culture, youth and other topical questions are planned at different grounds in Moscow. Participants will be invited to participate at discussions, round tables and seminars. Besides, a range of master classes is also prepared.

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