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Thursday, 04.05.2017

Cypress

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One great elder was strolling at a place with different cypresses, big and small. The elder told one of the pupils, “Pull up this cypress!”
On April 30, at the invitation of the rector Protopriest Oleg Semenchuk, a meeting of the veterans of the Great Patriotic War, participants in military actions with pupils of Sunday schools of the Right-Bank Deanery and the Orthodox children's home "Hope" was held at the Intercession Cathedral of Zaporozhye, writes the website of the diocese.
On April 27, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe adopted a resolution that protects the right of parents to educate their children in accordance with their religious beliefs, reports the Information and Education Department of the UOC.
On April 30, on the third Sunday of Pascha, His Beatitude Metropolitan Onufriy officiated at the Divine Liturgy in the Transfiguration Cathedral of Zhitomir, reports the UOC Information and Education Department.
All the attacks of the KP are reduced to a recount of supporters and outright policy, which no longer has room for Christ.
On April 28, the Zbarazh District Court was to consider a criminal case about the seizure of the St. Stephen, the First Martyr Church of the UOC in the village of Kotiuzhyny, Ternopil region. According to a UOJ source, the proceedings were postponed because of the scandalous behavior of right-wing radicals who arrived in court.
A draft of the Latin script for the Ukrainian language has been posted on the Internet. As "Phrases" journalists found out, the project is called "The Manifesto of the Ukrainian Latin script."
The photo exhibition “Holy Mountain: Icons from Mount Athos and Photographs by Frank Horlbeck” was on display in the Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery of the Chazen Museum of Art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
People close to Patriarch Kirill believe it will be optimal to give the St. Isaac Cathedral a status of a patriarchal representation church if the cathedral is transferred to the Russian Orthodox Church, reports Interfax.
Paul G. Allen, the man who co-founded Microsoft with Bill Gates, has pledged $30 million to house Seattle's homeless.