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Illinois parish holds trivia night, celebrates history
« on: November 13, 2011, 07:32:19 PM »
The congregation of the Nativity of the Virgin Orthodox Church in Madison, Illinois, held a trivia night which featured games and plenty of food. They had a lot to celebrate-- the church has been open for 109 years.

From the article:
From the sounds of it, they were rewarded during a rollicking night at the Collinsville VFW. In a category devoted to the Orthodox faith, loud shouts went up to celebrate correct answers to such questions as "Who ascended to the title of Patriarch of Moscow in 1990?" (Alexius II) and "What saint brought the Orthodox faith to Russia in the 9th century?" (Vladimir).

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