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7/ ፯ሺ ዜጎቿን በኮሮና ባጣችው ጀርመን ዓብያተ ክርስቲያናት ተከፈቱ | በ ኢትዮጵያስ?

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on May 6, 2020

ቪዲዮው የሚያሳያው በዓለም ድንቅ ከሆኑት ካቴድራሎች መካከል አንዱ በሆነው በኮሎኝ ከተማ ካቴድራል ቅዳሴ ሲካሄድ ነው። ምዕመናን ቀስበቀስ ወደ ቤተ ክርስቲያን መግባት ጀምረዋል።

👉 ጀርመን

  • 👉 170,000 በቫይረሱ ተጠቅተዋል
  • 👉 130,000 ከፋይረሱ አገግመዋል
  • 👉 7,000 በቫይረሱ ሞተዋል

ጀርመናውያን በብዛት “ክርስቲያኖችን” ቢሆኑም ለበዓላት ካልሆነ ወደ ቤተ ክርስቲያን እምብዛም አይሄዱም። እንደዛም ሆኖ፤ ለሰንበትና ለበዓላት የገባያ ቦታዎች ዝግ ናቸው።

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በአውሮፕላን ያስገቡት ካልሆነ በቀር ኮሮና የሚባል ቫይረስ በኢትዮጵያ የለም፤ በሌላ ነገር እንጅ በኮሮና የሞተ ሰውም የለም። ቤተ ክርስቲያን የሚያዘወተረው የአማኞች ቍጥር በዓለም ከፍተኛው እንደሆነ በሚነገርባት ክርስቲያን ኢትዮጵያ ቤተ ክርስቲያንን ዘግተዋል። ታሪክ የማይረሳው ትልቅ ቅሌት!

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እኅተ ማርያም “ካቴድራል” አትበሉ ማለቷ ያለምክኒያት አይደለም | ኢማሙ ያለ ምንም ፈቃድ እንግሊዝ ካቴድራል ውስጥ ገብቶ ጋኔን ጠራ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 19, 2018

Blackburn IS Burning

ወቸውጉድ ያሰኛል…„ካቴድራል” ወዴት እየተለወጠ እንደሆነ እንመልከት

አቤት ጉዳችሁ ዓብያተክርስቲያናቱን ካቴድራል እያላችሁ ለምትሰይሙ!

ብዙ ሙስሊሞች በሚኖሩባት በአስቀያሚዋ የእንግሊዝ ከተማ በ ብላክበርን አንድ ካቴድራል ውስጥ የካቴድራሉ ኦርኬስትራ በሚለማመድበት ወቅት ኢማሙ ያለፈቃድ ገብቶ ዲያብሎሳዊውን የአዛን ጩኸት ለቀቀው።

ይህ ምን ያህል መንፈስን የሚያውክ አስቀያሚ ጩኸት እንደሆነ የቅዱስ መንፈስ ልጆች ያውቁታል፤ በዚህ የማይረበሽ ክርስቲያን ግን እራሱን ለቡና፣ ጫትና ጥምባሆ አሳልፎ የሰጠ መሆን አለበት።

ታላቋ ብሪታንያ እያነሰችና እየተዋረደች ነው። ለ10 ዓመታት ያህል በሙስሊሟ ፓኪስታን እስር ቤት ስትማቅቅ የነበረችውና አሁንም ከሙስሊሞች ጥላቻና የግድያ ዛቻ ተደብቃ የምትኖረው ጀግና ፓኪስታናዊት ክርስቲያን አስያ ቢቢ በእንግሊዝ ጥገኝነት እንደማታገኝ በብሪታንያ መንግስት ተነግሯታል። ንጹኋን ክርስቲያን ገበሬ ካልተገደለች ካላረድናት እያሉ የሚደነፉት ኢማሞችና ሸሆች ግን በብሪታኒያ ካቴድራሎች ውስጥ ሰተት ብለው በመግባት ጋኔን እንዲጠሩ ይፈቀድላቸዋል። ምን ዓይነት የመተሰቃቀለበት ግብዝ ዓለም ነው፡ ጃል!

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Act of God? Crucifixion Cross for Jesus Christ Blown Down on Exeter Cathedral Green

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on April 2, 2015

Crucifixion crossIt may have been a divine act, or perhaps the result of soft ground.

A wooden cross installed on Exeter’s Cathedral Green for a re-enactment of Jesus Christ’s crucifixion has been blown over.

The central cross of three erected on the grass for the Good Friday Passion play came down in gale-force conditions on Monday night.

The concrete footing of the structure also cracked as it tumbled to the ground.

Adrian Jackson, 40, who is directing the Walk of Witness, said the cast and crew were looking forward to “sharing the Easter story” – despite having a few problems to solve beforehand.

It’s been quite intense this year, but also fun,” he said.

Hundreds of people are expected to watch the annual dramatisation of Christ’s death and resurrection.

Mr Jackson said: “It’s a good opportunity to tell the complete story in a public place. Many people don’t fully understand that story, so it’s a good chance for them to realise why we celebrate Easter.”

A ‘service of unity’ will take place in Exeter Cathedral at 10am – enabling people to worship and hear a Christian message – before the Biblical scenes unfold outside.

The main action will take place on the green and a procession will go down the High Street.

Hot cross buns will be handed-out after the play.

Members of various interdenominational churches in the city are working together to stage the play.

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Quake-Proof Cathedral Made of Cardboard

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on September 15, 2013

QuakeProofCathedralYou’ll never look the same way at what lies at the centre of a toilet roll. Last week a $6 million “cardboard cathedral” was formally unveiled in Christchurch, New Zealand, replacing the building destroyed by the devastating 2011 earthquake.

Made from 98 giant cardboard tubes, the new Transitional Cathedral will hold 700 worshippers and is designed to last for up to 50 years – until a more permanent replacement can be built. The tubes are coated with three layers of waterproof polyurethane and most are sheltered by the polycarbonate roof, which is translucent and so glows when the cathedral is lit at night.

The cathedral was designed by Shigeru Ban, a Japanese architect who has been building with cardboard since 1986. Since then, Ban has designed everything from an art museum in Metz, France, to emergency accommodation following the Japanese earthquake and tsunami.

He says the new cathedral is earthquake-proof, fireproof and won’t get soggy in the rain. “The strength of the materials is unrelated to the strength of the building,” he told the Japan Times. “The first time I used paper was for an interior, but I realised it was strong enough to be used as a structural element – to actually hold up the building.” He says wood and paper can withstand quakes that would destroy concrete structures.

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