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Today is the most mournful day for the Orthodox believers. Arrested Jesus Christ was convoyed to the procurator Pontius Pilate in the early Friday morning. At the beginning, Pilate wanted to help the Savior avoid the capital punishment substituting it with beating, but the crowd protested and Pilate gave up. Jesus Christ was...

06.04.2018 Subject: Religion

pixabay.com Orthodox Holy Week has started today – this is the strictest week of the Lent before Easter. Believers remember the last days of Jesus Christ’s life, his crucifixion and burial. Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia will deliver church services in Moscow cathedrals, TASS...

02.04.2018 Subject: Religion

pixabay.com Orthodox believers celebrate the Palm Sunday feast which commemorates Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem today, April 1, TASS reports. The Bible say that Jesus arrived in Jerusalem one week before his Resurrection. Instead of palm leaves Russians use branches of...

01.04.2018 Subject: Religion

Russian Orthodox Church representative office at Antioch Eparchy Bible studies in Russian are going to start next month in the Syrian capital. They are organized in the representative office of the Orthodox Church in Damascus. All Russian-speaking population of Damascus and its...

30.03.2018 Subject: Religion

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