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Jon Magoulias* – As Greek-Orthodox Christians prepare to celebrate Easter on Sunday, April 12th, we would like to shed some light on the reasons why the Orthodox Christian Church celebrates the Resurrection of Jesus Christ later than the Catholic one.While the issue is somewhat complicated, it may be summarized in the two factors at work that cause this conflict in dates: 1) The issue of the calendar; and 2) the adherence by the Orthodox to the early practices of the Christian Church.There is a thirteen-day difference between the two calendars, the Julian calendar being thirteen (13) days behind the Gregorian.The other factor at work is that the Orthodox Church continues to adhere to the rule set forth by the First Ecumenical Council, held in Nicea in 325 AD, that requires that Pascha must take place after the Jewish Passover in order to maintain the Biblical sequence of Christ’s Passion.Following his death, he was removed from the cross and hastily buried in a tomb.

Orthodox New Year is a celebration of the year to come.JOHNSTOWN, PA -- [Diocesan Chancery] - Plans have been announced for the Fourth Annual Diocesan Young Women's Encounter which will take place from Sunday, June 25th to Wednesday, June 28, 2017 at Sts Peter and Paul Church in Windber, PA which is open to young women in our Diocese ages 12-18.This engaging experience will include spiritual discussions and special events.for several years from his six-year-old daughter’s mother - who has since passed away - Mr Adams said he met women who either didn’t want to help him with family responsibilities or were interested in his money.Now based in Syracuse, Utah, she hopes to go to school to improve her English and wants to connect with the local Russian Orthodox Church to get a sense of community. State Department warns citizens that international dating is fertile ground for scam artists and people should never send money or disclose personal information to someone without verifying his or her identity.Founded in 1847 and since then does not cease its activities Russian Mission has nearly 170 years of experience in reception and care of the pilgrims in the Holy Land.

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