Bulgaria's Holy Synod Elects Nevrokop MetropolitanSociety | January 19, 2014, Sunday // 10:17| views
The headquarters of the Holy Synod of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church in downtown Sofia, file photo
Bulgaria's Holy Synod is electing Sunday a new Nevrokop Metropolitan.
On Friday evening, the Holy Synod held a special meeting, attended by all members, who heard the report of Vidin Metropolitan Dometian – the senior clergy entrusted with the organization of the election of a new Metropolitan of Nevrokop.
Dometian was temporarily in charge of the Nevrokop eparchy after Metropolitan Natanail passed away in November 2013 and vacated the post.
The mass will begin around 9 pm Sunday. At the same time, the two bishops, who were selected as finalists, will participate in the Holy Liturgy at "Alexander Nevsky" cathedral.
Immediately afterwards Patriarch Neofit will count the votes cast and will announce the outcome of the election. The two bishops will be summoned at the Patriarchal Cathedral.
On Sunday, January 12, Branits Bishop Grigoriy and Melnik Bishop Serafim were elected finalists to run for the post of Nevrokop Metropolitan in Bulgaria.
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