Partnership of collaboration between the Czech Orthodox Church and the Romanian Orthodox Church in view of building a church in Most, the Czech Republic
Today, 17 May 2010, the Czech Orthodox Church and the Romanian Orthodox Church signed the partnership of collaboration in view of building an Orthodox Church in Most city, in the Czech Republic. The event took place today, in the festivity room of the Faculty of Theology of Arad, in the presence of His Beatitude Cristofor, Primate of the Orthodox Church in the land of the Czech Republic and Slovakia and of His Eminence Timotei, Archbishop of Arad – informs Trinitas Radio station. The delegate of His Beatitude Patriarch Daniel was Rev. Ioan Armasi, Secretary of the Department for Foreign Communities of the Romanian Patriarchate: Today, a protocol of collaboration was signed between the two sister Orthodox Churches concerning the building of a wooden church in Maramuresan style in Most city, in the Czech Republic. This church will be built for commemorating the Romanian soldiers who died during the World War II liberating the 140 localities of the Czech Republic , informs Trinitas TV station. The church will be dedicated to the Ascension of the Lord , and the religious services will be celebrated by a priest assigned by the Romanian Patriarchate. A road-side shrine will be placed in front of the church in the memory of the Romanian soldiers who died in the World War II on several fronts in the Czech Republic and Slovakia: This protocol comprises the attributions of each Church for fulfilling this desire of ours, of all people, taking also into account the fact that the foundation stone of this Church was laid by the worthy to remember Patriarch Teoctist. The Church in the Czech Republic commits herself to lay the foundation, and build the engineering networks and everything that is necessary for the good unfolding of the church activity. The Romanian Orthodox Church will send, in her turn, a wooden church that she acquires, and will bedeck it with everything needed for the Orthodox service. A Romanian Orthodox priest will serve here, sent by the Romanian Patriarchate, who will be under the canonical jurisdiction of the Orthodox Church in the Czech Republic. The religious services will be celebrated in Romanian and a road side shrine will be built in front of the church, and earth will be symbolically brought from all the localities liberated by the Romanian soldiers , also said Rev, Ioan Armasi . All those who wish to join the Romanian Patriarchate for fulfilling this holy deed in the honour of the heroes of the Romanian nation, can deposit money in the following accounts of the Romanian Patriarchate, mentioning For the church in Most : The Romanian Patriarchate – Social and Cultural Mission RO31RNCB0075004895030117 (in lei) and RO04RNCB0075004895030118 (in Euro).
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|Added: May 21, 2010
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