A very curious fact, i didn't know about st. Constantine …

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A very curious fact, i didn't know about st. Constantine and Elena was in Naissius today ( Nis / Nish) Serbia, when she got birth to the future Emperor st. Constantine. It was us the  Slavic Orthodox Christians from which religious tolerance started. I learned about this curious facts on the Church presentation in Nijmegen by Bishop Andrea Remezijanski. St. Constantine and Helena are too highly venerated in Our Bulgarian Orthodox Church. There are Holy place monasteries like in <a href="https://pc-freak.net/blog/trip-kabile-nun-monastery-nativity-theotokos-yambol-bulgaria/"> Kabile Monastery </a>in which as the Church traditions says st. Helene (Elena) sent her subordinate to bring us holy water to heal from disease and receive a divine blessing. The Memory of st. righteous Helena and Constantine is still so alive in the Balkans, that even we have a resort in Bulgaria named St. Constantine and Helena.
Hope my article gives a basic idea on students or other Orthodox Christians who live for some reason part or full time in Netherlands and want to attend regularly Holy Liturgies regularly and through this keep their faith alive in this times of faith scarcity and apostasy.

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Being Orthodox Christian in the Netherlands or how to regularly attend Orthodox Christian Holy Liturgy while living in Arnhem, The Netherlands

Hi Anastasia,
Yes the church share the same address, I’m not in Netherlands currently but maybe, we’ll meet there or somewhere some day.
At best case hopefully in heaven 🙂

Best and Regards to the brothers and sisters, from Georgi from Bulgaria 🙂


Being Orthodox Christian in the Netherlands or how to regularly attend Orthodox Christian Holy Liturgy while living in Arnhem, The Netherlands

Здравей Успех,

С кандидатстването, все пак, ако имаш и други варианти освен холандия, бих те посъветвал да се пробваш другаде.
Според мене Холандия, не е особено подходяща за духовно настроени хора, то това се отнася и за цяла западна европа де.
Ама все пак Слава Богу! Че има православие в Холандия. Църквата, за която съм писал са прекрасни хора. Ако все пак отидеш да учиш там,
можеш да си ходиш там на църква. Хората от църквата са много задружни 🙂

Упсех,
Георги
 


Being Orthodox Christian in the Netherlands or how to regularly attend Orthodox Christian Holy Liturgy while living in Arnhem, The Netherlands
I’ve just find out in facebook, pictures were uploaded from the Church presentation – http://www.facebook.com/parohija.svetisavanijmegen
I’ve made a mirror of pictures obtained from facebook here – http://www.pc-freak.net/images/Serbian-Orthodox-Church-Nijmegen-presentation


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