NFTU NEWS

September 20, 2014 (Source: http://www.archaeology.org/news)

Originally reported on Sept. 19

JERUSALEM—A walled compound dating to the Byzantine period has been discovered west of Jerusalem, in the neighborhood of Bet Shemesh. The compound, which has residential and large-scale industrial areas, may have been used as a monastery. “The finds indicate the local residents were engaged in wine and olive oil production for their livelihood,” excavation director Irene Zilberbod of the Israel Antiquities Authority told the Xinhua News Agency.

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September 20, 2014

Byzantine Monastery Unearthed in Israel

September 20, 2014 (Source: http://www.archaeology.org/news) Originally reported on Sept. 19 JERUSALEM—A walled compound dating to the Byzantine period has been discovered west of Jerusalem, in the […]
September 19, 2014

Patriarch Kirill (MP) Receives Model Fighter Jet

Patriarch Kirill, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, was presented with an unlikely gift for a religious leader this week as he toured a factory […]
September 18, 2014

Grand Opening of Saint Mark of Ephesus Cathedral

SAINT MARK OF EPHESUS ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL 340 Clapboardtree St Westwood, MA 02090-2908 617-469-2380 cathedral@stmarkofephesus.org With thanksgiving to our Savior and God and with the blessing of […]
September 11, 2014

Bp. Ambrose of Methone (GOC-K) Makes Pastoral Visit to Georgia

September 11, 2014 (Source: According to the official website of the GOC-K, Bp. Ambrose of Methone made an official pastoral visit to the churches of the […]