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  • Metropolitan Vladimir celebrated the Divine Liturgy in the Nativity of the Lord Cathedral on the Feast of the Entry of the Most Holy Theotokos into the Temple

     

    Saturday, 4th December 2021, His Eminence Metropolitan Vladimir of Chisinau and all Moldova celebrated the Divine Liturgy in the Metropolitan Cathedral of the Nativity of the Lord on the Feast of the Entry of the Most Holy Theotokos into the Temple.

    According to the oral Tradition of the Church, Blessed Joachim and Anna consecrated to God their long-waited daughter, Virgin Mary, and brought her into the Temple at the age of 3, where the pure infant remained till the age of 15, studying in the Temple school and performing various obediences in the service of the Holy Shrine.

    This event is celebrated on 21st November (4th December in the civil calendar) as one of 12 Great Feasts of the Orthodox Church, reminding us about the service of Ever-Virgin Mary and her pure life consecrated to God, but also about our own need to entrust our children to God and working for their spiritual education according to the teaching of the Holy Church.

    Metropolitan Vladimir of Chisinau and all Moldova celebrated the Divine Liturgy on the Feast of the Entry of the Theotokos into the Temple, in the Nativity of the Lord Cathedral in Chisinau. Archpriest Vadim Cheibas, Cathedral Dean, and the clergy of the Holy Shrine concelebrated to the hierarch.

    Liturgical responses during the service were provided by the Cathedral choir directed by Angela Angheni.

    With the blessing of His Eminence Metropolitan Vladimir, father Vadim Cheibas delivered after the Liturgy the message of arch-pastoral guidance, explaining the significance of the holiday.

    Synodal Sector of Institutional Communication and Mass-Media Relations.