See the website of the Orthodox Patriarchate of Nations:
chapel cathedral in Paris
Chapelle Notre Dame de Tenderness
2 Clouet Street
mil: The chapel is open:Tuesday and Wednesday: 9 am to16 H. Thursday from 9h to 19h. Friday 9hà12h. OFFICES: All Thursday evening to 18hOffice with laying on of hands and anointing with Holy Oil.paraklesis 1st Thursday of Saint Michel 2nd Thursday Akathist to the Mother of God 3rd Thursday Akathist to the Holy Spirit Thursday 4em Office of the dead. Every Sunday of the month at 10:00 Divine Liturgy.
Roman Catholic Diocese of Nice and Monaco
The Diocese of Nice and Monaco is administered by Bishop Claude-Philippe Bishop of Nice. The diocese's website:
of St. John Chrysostom
on the 1st and 2nd Sunday of the month Divine Liturgy of Saint Germain Paris 3rd and 4th Sunday of the month.
Tous les jeudis soir à 18h
Office avec imposition des mains et onction de l'huile Sainte.
1er jeudi Paraclisis de Saint Michel
2eme jeudi Acathiste à la Mère de Dieu
3eme jeudi Acathiste à l'Esprit Saint
4em jeudi Office des défunts.
Tous les dimanches du mois à
Divine Liturgie de Saint Jean Chrysostome
les 1er et 2eme dimanche du mois
Divine Liturgie de Saint Germain de Paris
3eme et 4eme dimanche du mois
Monseigneur Nicolas reçoit sur rendez-vous les mercredis et jeudis. ( 0143061934.)
Monseigneur Nicolas reçoit sur rendez-vous les mercred,
SAINT SYNODE DU PATRIARCAT DES NATIONS
EGLISE ORTHODOXE AUTOCEFHALLE D’EUROPE.
Our Byzantine Church in the Holy Sepulchre - Jerusalem - Israel.
Since the Council of Chalcedon in 451 AD there has been a succession of Orthodox patriarchs.
The position of the Byzantine Greek Church, which was established by 1533, explains how the community of the local church came to be called “Greek Orthodox”. In the 15th century the Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem established the “Brotherhood of the Holy Sepulchre” dedicated to protecting the Holy Places: the presence of the overlapping letters OT, Hàghios Tàphos (Holy Places) indicates those places in the church where the Greek presence has left its mark.
Within the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, which the Greek Orthodox call the Church of the Resurrection (Anastasis), the Patriarch has his own cathedral located in the large area of the Katholikon.
For Orthodox throughout the world, the most evocative and anticipated religious ceremony takes place in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, where on Easter Saturday thousands of faithful wait for the Greek Patriarch who, after having prayed in the Edicule of the Tomb, emerges with two bundles of candles so that the Holy Fire may be distributed to all.
The Orthodox Church celebrates its prayers, services and holidays according to the Byzantine tradition and following the Julian calendar.
Medical Mission In Jerusalem - Israel. Dr. Zigmund Ziegler Cohen.
Mount Zion 14166 - Jerusalem Israel - Zip Code: 91411100 - Phone: +972-0547522093.
We are incardinated in Paris France.