Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Our ROCA Bishop Kyrill of Voronezh and South Russia, co-serves with Metr. Photius of Triaditsky,


Cathedral of Dormition of the Theotokos in Sofia: Our ROCA Bishop Kyrill of Voronezh and South Russia, co-serves with Metropolitan Photius of Triaditsky, for Feast of Holy Apostles Bartholomew and Barnabas

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Dan Everiss

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Tue, Jul 3, 2018 at 10:22 AM

 
NOTE: USE this link to view video!- (the link on the video picture below, does not work for some reason).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3oArqDp-0s
Света литургия, отслужена от Негово Високопреосвещенство Триадицкия митрополит Фотий и ...

Болгарская ПСЦ: Праздник свв.апостолов Варфоломея и Варнавы (ФОТО) (ВИДЕО)

 Bulgarian Old Calendar Orthodox Church: Feast of the Holy Apostles Bartholomew and Barnabas (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Автор: Ольга. Author: OlgaДата публикации: Date of publication: 03 июля 2018 July 03, 2018 . . Категория:Болгарская Старостильная Церковь . Category: Bulgarian Old Calendar Church .
В Неделю четверую по Пятидесятнице 11/24 июня-2018 г.в гор. On the Week of the Fourth on Pentecost 11/24 June-2018 in the mountains. Софии в Кафедральном Соборе Успения Пресвятой Богородицы состоялось празднование в честь святых апостолов Варфоломея и Варнавы.

Sofia, Bulgaria,  in the Cathedral of the Dormition of the Blessed Virgin Mary was celebrated the feast in honor of the Holy Apostles Bartholomew and Barnabas
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Архиерейскую Литургию возглавил Высокопреосвященный митрополит Триадицкий Фотий, при сослужении Преосвященного епископа Воронежского и Южно-Российского Кирилла (РПЦЗ).

 The Bishop's/Episcopal  Liturgy was led by His Eminence Metropolitan Photius of  Triaditsky, co-served by His Eminence Bishop Kirill of Voronezh and South Russia (ROCOR).







































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