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OK...so, here's another one.This is from the Pan-Orthodox Vespers tonight at a Romanian Orthodox Cathedral.The Cross that was decorated with flowers, had an actual relic of THE TRUE CROSS!!! How cool is that!?!I laid my own cross upon it....
better resolution and more pictures from the parish: http://www.piotrcelinski.info/teksty/co-puchlo-w-puchlach/#.T2oAP9lQL-5
Found this on the site. I'm amazed. What a beautiful church.
Quote from: Andrew21091 on March 26, 2012, 01:47:42 PMFound this on the site. I'm amazed. What a beautiful church. Not much different from the typical interior of the rural Podlachian church. Maybe slightly bigger than the normal one.
These as well. They are breathtaking.
What is that small structure on the left side in front of the icon stands?
That second one gives new meaning to the term "house church"
The first picture has enough in it to give LBK a stroke.
Quote from: Andrew21091 on March 26, 2012, 01:57:04 PMThese as well. They are breathtaking. The first picture has enough in it to give LBK a stroke.
Quote from: Schultz on March 26, 2012, 02:05:18 PMThe first picture has enough in it to give LBK a stroke.Taking into account that most of that Churches were built in the Eastern Catholic era or slightly later (Russian neobaroque) - I have to agree. Luckily newly built churches have more traditional iconography.
Do you know where this is from?
Bit by bit, these churches are changing for the better. It just takes time and careful education to put things right.
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