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Orthodox church leaders leaving Georgia after Celebration
« on: January 15, 2013, 03:57:05 PM »
The guests arrived five days ago in order to congratulate Georgian Patriarch Ilia II with his 80th birthday and 35th year since his inauguration. Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople is among the guests.

Also among the guests were the Serbian Patriarch, Metropolitan of Church of the Czech Lands and Slovakia and the Metropolitan of Bulgaria, as well as a delegation from Russia chaired by Metropolitan Hilarion, Bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church outside Russia, accompanied by two other bishops...
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Re: Orthodox church leaders leaving Georgia
« Reply #1 on: January 15, 2013, 07:01:50 PM »
The guests arrived five days ago in order to congratulate Georgian Patriarch Ilia II with his 80th birthday and 35th year since his inauguration. Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople is among the guests.

Also among the guests were the Serbian Patriarch, Metropolitan of Church of the Czech Lands and Slovakia and the Metropolitan of Bulgaria, as well as a delegation from Russia chaired by Metropolitan Hilarion, Bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church outside Russia, accompanied by two other bishops...

Mikey, i'm gonna change the name of this thread to "Church Leaders leaving Georgia after celebration" so that people don't think there's a defection happening in Georgia. 
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