Holy Qurbono (Trimass) Celebrated at St George Universal Syrian Orthodox Reesh Curch, Kuwait.

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20 September 2013
Kuwait: Holy Qurbono (Trimass) Celebrated by His Eminence Mor Theophilose George Saliba (Metropolitan of Tur Lebanon & Secretary to the Holy Synod), His Eminence Michael Shemavoon Mor Chrisostomos (Metropolitan for the Patriarchal institutions in Lebanon) and His Eminence Isaac Mor Osthathevos the Patriarchal Vicar of Kuwait at St George Universal Syrian Orthodox Reesh Curch, Kuwait. Holy Qurbono Celebrated in relate to the Closing Ceremony of Jubilee Celebrations of Kuwait St George Syriac Orthodox Reesh Church.

Photos: Dickson Daniel Mathews

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