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  • The 17th Sunday after Pentecost: Metropolitan Vladimir celebrated the Divine Liturgy in the Resurrection of the Lord Monastery in Chisinau

    Metropolitan Vladimir celebrated the Divine Liturgy in the Resurrection of the Lord situated on the territory of St. Lazarus cemetery in Chisinau on the 17th Sunday after Pentecost.

    The arch-pastor was assisted at the service by archpriest Vadim Cheibas, Metropolitan Secretary and Dean of Chisinau Church District No. 1, archpriest Pavel Vuluta, Dean of Drochia Church District, archpriest Nicolae Tudoreanu, Dean and administrator of the Resurrection of the Lord monastery, and numerous other priests and deacons.

    During the Small Entrance, Metropolitan Vladimir awarded the Church Order of St. Petru Movila to archpriest Nicolae Tudoreanu, in sign of appreciation of pastoral activity during 15 years of priesthood. Priest Markel Tudoreanu was awarded the right of wearing Palitsa, and priest Gheorghe Bors received the blessing of wearing Gold Cross.

    Thanks-giving service was officiated after the Liturgy, after which Metropolitan Vladimir congratulated archpriest Nicolae Tudoreanu on 15th anniversary of priesthood service, appreciating his pastoral achievements and outlining important events that occurred during this fruitful period of sacerdotal ministry.

    Father Nicolae thanked the arch-pastor for answering the invitation of sharing the liturgical joy and presiding of the anniversary service along with the clergy and community members, as well as for archpastoral guidance and congratulations.

    The Metropolitan distributed prayer books to all persons present at the service, giving them the archpastoral blessing.

    Liturgical responses were provided by the monastery’s choir.

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