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The Ukrainian Church removed Prince Alexander Nevsky from its calendar

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The Synod of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine decided to remove from the church calendar the day of the memory of the holy Prince Alexander Nevsky, according to the website of the Synod of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine.

“On February 2, 2024, the regular meeting of the Holy Synod of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Orthodox Church of Ukraine) took place in the Synodal Hall of the Metropolitan House – residence of the Primate of the Orthodox Church in the Mikhailovsky Golden Dome Monastery in Kyiv. The meeting was attended by all members of the Synod”, it is stated on the website of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine.

On the proposal of the Synodal Calendar Commission of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, it was decided: “To remove from the church calendar of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine the day of memory of the Holy Prince Alexander of Novgorod (Nevsky), in the scheme (in monasticism) Alexy, November 23. To established November 23 as an additional day to commemorate the venerable Alexander (c. 430), and to include it in the church calendar of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine.

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