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New Mongolian Orthodox Newspaper

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20080915mongolia1With the support of the “Russian World” Fund, “Trinity”, a newspaper published by Holy Trinity Parish in Ulan Bator (Mongolia), will come out monthly in Russian and Mongolian.

As reported to DECR Communication Service by Fr. Aleksey Trubach, priest-in-charge of the temple, sections of the printed edition will include: parish news, general Church news, news from parishes abroad. Another section of the newspaper is dedicated to issues of faith and salvation; and, a church calendar with a schedule of the following month’s divine services.

The Russian version of the newspaper “Trinity” is distributed to Holy Trinity Parish and the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Ulan Bator, to Russo-Mongolian enterprises and educational institutions. The Mongolian version of the publication may be obtained at the parish, as well as at Russo-Mongolian enterprises and, moreover, at news stands.

Source: Orthodoxy in China
Image: The newly built and consecrated church in Mongolia.

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Written by Stephen

October 25, 2009 at 3:18 pm

Posted in Mongolia, Publications

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  1. Congratulations for the new consacrated church and the new newspaper. We, in Lebanon, are proud of the realizations of the russian funds in the world. These 2 new events will consolidate the presence of the orthodox faith in Eastern Asia.
    What is urgently needed is a plan to spread the orthodox faith in the Arab countries and the Muslim world where it is extremely difficult to Christianity to exist. Russia should play an important role in this plan.

    Dr N'egib Elias GEAHCHAN

    January 8, 2011 at 12:38 am


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