The right and faintheartedness

There are two definite conclusions from Sunday's European elections. Ruling New Democracy (ND) lost big and nationalist, pro-Russian Greek Solution won big. The percentages secured by all parties seem to imply a further shift of the ideological-political axis to the right.

Honoring the Equals of the Apostles: Saints Constantine and Helena in Bulgaria

Bulgarians honor Saints Constantine and Helena, who are venerated as the Equals of the Apostles. Like the Apostles, they dedicated themselves to spreading the teachings of Christ. Saint Constantine, the founder and first emperor of the Byzantine Empire in the 4th century, made Christianity the official religion in Byzantium.

From Red Eggs to Lamb: Unveiling the Rich Flavors of Bulgarian Easter

As Easter approaches, anticipation builds for one of the most cherished Christian holidays celebrated in Bulgaria. Steeped in tradition and culinary delights, Easter is a time for families to come together, share hearty meals, and rejoice in the spirit of renewal and rebirth.

Greek-Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem leads Orthodox Palm Sunday procession

The Greek-Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem Theophilos III and other clergy celebrated Palm Sunday with a procession leading into the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, where Jesus is believed to be buried. Fewer pilgrims attended this year due to the war in Gaza. [AP]