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14 Января 2021

Honouring the Victims of Coronavirus on Tatyana's Day

On Russian Students’ Day, the Divine Liturgy to remember those university teachers, staff and students who died from COVID-19 will take place in the temple of the student center "Novaya Square".

On Monday, January 25, known as Tatiana’s Day or Students’ Day in Russia, the Divine Liturgy to remember those university teachers, staff and students who died from COVID-19 will take place in the Church of St. John the Evangelist under the Elm — the temple of the student center “Novaya Square”.

Chairman of the Commission on Work with Higher Educational Institutions and the Scientific Society under the Diocesan Council of Moscow Igumen Pyotr (Eremeev) will hold a service.

A small number of participants of the Mixed Moscow Student Choir under the direction of Mikhail Kotelnikov, an art director and a chief conductor of the choir, a laureate of international competitions, a teacher of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, will sing at the service.

Given the limitations of the coronavirus pandemic, the Divine Liturgy will be broadcast live on social media. During the liturgy, it is planned to display the names of teachers, employees and students from Moscow higher educational institutions who died from coronavirus. 

The broadcast is on January 25, at 10.00.

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