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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by ghb69, Jan 7, 2010.
To Our Orthodox Friends
thats rather unorhtadox if you ask me :biggrin1:
Why Today is their Christmas
My partner is Serbian, we got the nicest box of baked goodies in the mail yesterday from his mother!
Happy Synaxis of John the Holy Glorious Prophet, Baptist and Forerunner, and also Happy day after the Theophany of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ to our Greek friends.
im confused is this greek orthadox or the sort of christianity mainly seen in eastern europe. I apoligise if thats very ignorant of me...
Apparently, our little friend ghb is a man of catholic tastes.
This kind of sums it up.
Serbian Christmas traditions - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I am a converted Brethren to a modified GreeK Orthodox
just learned some wierd facts about myself in that
I'm so touched by my other half's father. He arranged that the first visitor to our house today was a messenger to deliver a gold and a silver coin for prosperity in the new year.
Luka: Merry Christmas
And to all other Orthodox also.
Vaistinu se rodi!
We call those people polonik or poloajnik. Different parts of Serbia have different tradition. In my part it has to be a male person of good health, cause that means the family who he visits will have health all year. It`s a lovely tradition. You give your guest money and he has to light the oak tree branches and recite certain words.
Once again it is Christmas
Vaistinu se rodi!))))
"Vaistinu se rodi!" to you, Luka.:smile:
Merry Christmas to our Orthodox Friends.