On October 18, the Bulgarian Orthodox Church honors today the memory of Saint Zlata of Maglen. Zlata was born in the 18 th century in a poor family in the village of Slatina located in the province of Maglen (today Chrysi, Greece). Saint Zlata is..
The Bulgarian Orthodox Church celebrates today one of its great feasts - the Transfiguration of the Lord. It dates back to the first centuries of Christianity and is associated with one of the most important Gospel events - the appearance of Jesus..
The Holy Synod of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church examined letters of the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople Bartholomew and Serbian Patriarch Porfirije regarding the canonical status of the Orthodox Church of North Macedonia. The Bulgarian..
The world-famous Orthodox clergyman Archimandrite Seraphim Bit-Kharibi from the Georgian Orthodox Church is visiting Bulgaria, the Holy Synod of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church has announced. Today, Archimandrite Seraphim will give a concert..
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew recently recognized the Macedonian Orthodox Church, but under the name Archbishopric of Ohrid. Thus, the Macedonian Church, which seceded from the Serbian Orthodox Church in 1967, is no longer schismatic and the..
On May 2 the Bulgarian Orthodox Church honors the memory of Tsar Boris I Michael. Boris 1, also known as Boris-Mihail was the ruler of the First Bulgarian Empire between 852 and 889. He introduced Christianity in Bulgaria . When in..
On the festive Easter night, the head of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church Patriarch Neophyte announced the Resurrection of Christ at St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Sofia. The temple and the square in front of it were filled with the..
One of the oldest and best united communities of Bulgarians abroad is in Hungary. Most of them are descendants of gardeners who went to Central Europe at the beginning of the last century to spread their experience in growing vegetables. L..
One of the darkest periods in the history of the last century was World War II and the persecution of Jews and non-Aryans. Persecuted and humiliated by the fascist regimes of the Allies of the Third Reich, millions of Jews died in mass..
A week before the beginning of Great Lent and a day before Mesni Zagovesni (the last day the Eastern Orthodox Christians are allowed to eat meat before Lent), Bulgarian Orthodox Church has assigned a day for the commemoration of the departed...