Public prayer for Bulgarian journalism held in St Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

Journalists of all ages and from various media and attended the prayer.
Natalya Mihailova | 17 June 2014
Sofia. A public prayer for Bulgarian journalism began with the chime of church bells at St Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in the capital Sofia, the press centre of the Holy Synod announced.
Public prayer for Bulgarian journalism held in St Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

The 170th anniversary of Bulgarian journalism and the 120th anniversary of the organised journalism movement in Bulgaria were the two occasions for the spiritual feast.

The initiative was organised by the Union of Bulgarian Journalists and the Holy Synod of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church.
Journalists of all ages and from various media and attended the prayer.

A prayer was held for the first time at the same temple 120 years ago on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Bulgarian journalism.

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