Orthodox believers of the Serbian-Montenegrin national minority celebrated the greatest Christian holiday-Easter

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On Sunday, April 28th, the Orthodox believers of the Serbian-Montenegrin national minority celebrated the greatest Christian holiday-Easter or Christ’s resurrection, the day when Christ, in accordance with Christian faith, showed His Divine power and returned from the dead. This holiday marks the unity of the memory of a nurtured religion and tradition, and begins with the Great Friday when the homemade painted Easter eggs.
In addition to the chorus “Christ’s is resurrected, indeed is resurrected,” the Orthodox believers of the Serbian-Montenegrin national minority celebrated what is called a unique moment of belief, the resurrection of Christ three days after his suffering on the Cross, a symbol that relates to the resurrection of hope, the passage from the earthly eternal life and forgiving of sins by strengthening faith in God. Believers ignited candles, a symbol from the light of God, while the red color of the eggs symbolizes the sacrifice of Christ.
The Holy Liturgy was held as usually in the Church of the Holy Trinity in Vraka, by the priest of the Podgorica Church, protege Predrag Šćepanović, who came from Podgorica on this occasion, along with the service of the priest of the Albanian Orthodox Church, Ivan Popoviq. After the service of the liturgy, father Predrag Scepanovic held a brief speech where all those present wished this most joyful day with the desire for tolerance and coexistence.
Finally, for the Delegation and Montenegro, the Easter table of fraternal love was organized.

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