Bulgarian Patriarch serves solemn mass at St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

Natalya Mihailova | 01 January 2015
Bulgarian Patriarch serves solemn mass at St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

Sofia. Patriarch Neophyte of Bulgaria served a solemn mass at St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in the Bulgarian capital city Sofia to mark St. Basil the Great’s Day, FOCUS News Agency reporter informed.

Hundreds of worshippers filled the cathedral and the bells were being rung.

Patriarch Neophyte is next expected to hold a New Year Public Prayer for prosperity for all Bulgarian people in 2014.

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