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About two thousand years ago in the Holy Land an event occurred that turned the world around and changed it forever. The main Orthodox holiday, Easter, is dedicated to his memory.
As the Holy Gospel tells us, on the night from Saturday to Sunday, that is, on the eve of Jewish Passover, Mary Magdalene and other women came to the cave to wash and perfume the body of the executed Christ. These women in the Church are called the myrrh-bearing wives.

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Students and staff of the International Humanitarian University congratulate the head of the department of linguistics and translation, candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor Lyudmila Grigorievna Talanova on  her birthday.
Lyudmila Grigoryevna is a talented teacher, a sensitive leader, to whom teachers and students always turn for help and advice.
We wish you good health, inspiration, family happiness and warmth, good luck in everything!
 



“The feast of the Entry of the Lord into Jerusalem, or Palm Sunday, as people call it, the Orthodox Church celebrates on Sunday, on the sixth week of fasting, that is, exactly seven days before the Holy Resurrection of Christ. On this day, believers recall the events of the solemn Entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem, described in all four Gospels. This event was preceded by the miraculous resurrection of Lazarus from the hand of Jesus, and rumors about this resurrection spread throughout many cities. People saw their king in Jesus Christ, and therefore, as it befits the rulers, Jesus entered the city on a donkey, demonstrating that he came to the people in peace. Meeting the Messiah at the Golden Gate, the people exulted: the people greeted him with palm

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