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THE BRIGHT RESURRECTION OF CHRIST

On April 8, the Administrator of the Patriarchal Parishes in the USA, His Grace Bishop John of Naro-Fominsk led the Divine Services for the Great Feast of the Resurrection of Christ in St. Nicholas Cathedral in New York City. His Grace was co-served by cathedral clergy.

Prior to the start of the Midnight Office, His Grace entered the cathedral and venerated the Holy Shroud. At midnight, the Paschal Procession began culminating with the exclamation of the triumphant words "Christ is Risen"!

The Paschal Divine Liturgy was served immediately after. The Paschal Gospel was read aloud in Church Slavonic, Greek, English, Latin, Hebrew, Ukrainian, Belorussian and Moldovan

During the Communion of the clergy, the Paschal Epistle of His Holiness Patriarch Kirill was read aloud. At the conclusion of the Divine Liturgy, Bishop John performed the blessing of the Artos. 

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Published with the blessing of His Grace

MATTHEW

Bishop of Sourozh

Interim Administrator of the Patriarchal Parishes in the USA

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