Although they are small, these catacombs are very rich in meanings. The name was originally given ad catacumbas galleries here, then this name became common to all Christian underground cemeteries. In these catacombs are buried some martyrs century III: Eutichius, Quirinius, Maximus and Sebastian. In the third century, the catacombs have become the most important …

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Ain Karem is a city in Israel, located a short distance from Jerusalem. This is particularly important for Christians because, according to tradition, it is the home of Zechariah and Elizabeth, parents of St. John the Baptist. Here was born St John the Baptist. Ain Karem village lies at a distance of about 8-10 kilometers …

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Christianity honors two great saints Antonie, an early one, of the Church of the East, and another closer to our times, of the Western Church, whose memory is still today. The article wishes to forestall the possible confusion of the two saints. It is, therefore, of St. Anthony the Great, the founder of monasticism and …

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The speaking of the Apostles as a gift of Pentecost confirms the work of the Holy Spirit in the life of the Church everywhere and forever, making it possible to preach the gospel to the ends of the earth. The language of speaking language was not an end in itself of the manifestation of the …

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Our Church makes the memorial (St. Mass and Commemorations) from 10 am. Saturday, June 3rd, before Pentecost Sunday is the “land of summer” festival dedicated to commemorating the dead. On this occasion, in all Orthodox churches celebrate Holy Mass will be followed by the memorial service dies. Orthodox Church consecrated Saturday as a day of …

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