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Περιέχει σε τρεις γλώσσες τις γιορτές και τα έθιμα των τριών μεγάλων χριστιανικών Δογμάτων.

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  • 1. Europisches Projekt im Rahmen vonComenius 1 Comenius 1EU: n Comenius 1 projektiEuropean project based on Comenius 1Verbindendes und Unterschiedliches der dreigroen christlichen Konfessionen (orthodox -evangelisch - katholisch) Europas ( ) Yhdistvi ja erottavia tekijit Euroopan kolmensuuren kirkkokunnan vlill (ortodoksit -evankeliset - katoliset)Combining and differing elements of the threeimportant christian churches (orthodox protestant catholic) of EuropeMit finanzieller Untersttzungdurch Comenius 1 im Rahmen desBildungsprogramms Sokrates derEuropischen Kommission

2. Teil 3 - 3 - Osa 3 - Part 3Kirchliche Feste und BrauchtumGiort V kai JimaKirkkovuoden juhlat ja tavatReligious Festivals and TraditionsStaatliche Realschule Burglengenfeld- katholisch / catholic / kaJolik / katolinenHyvinkn yhteiskoulun lukio- evangelisch / protestant / euaggelik / evankelinenEnieo Lyceum Drymos- griechischorthodox / greekorthodox / llhn rJdox /kreikkalaisortodoksinenPetko Rachov Slaveikov High School- russischorthodox / russianorthodox / orJdox /venlisortodoksinen2 3. Enieo Lyceum Drymos ) : ) : , . (25 ) (6 ) (6 )) : ( ) . ridio ' - ' - ' - ' ' ) : . eomhtorik V iort - (25 ) (15 ) ) (1 ) - (7 ) (30 ) (21 ) (20 ) 40 - - (23 ) (26 )3 4. 4 5. Religious Festivals and TraditionsEnieo Lyceum DrymosI). DESPOTIC :They refer to Jesus Christ's life and workA) IMMOVABLE : With Christmas as the centre, they are always celebrated on the same date,but on different day. Christmas Day (25th December) Epiphany (6th January) The Savor's Transfiguration (6th August)B) MOVABLE : With Ester as a center, they are celebrated on a movable date (depending onthe full moon after the Vernal Equinox) but on the same day of the week.MOVABLE FESTIVALS BEFORE LENT Three Weeks of Fasting - general Sunday of the Cheese - eater Lent Monday First Sunday of Fasting - Orthodoxy Third Sunday of Fasting - Worship of the Cross Sixth Sunday of Fasting - Palm Sunday Holy WeekMOVABLE FESTIVALS OF PENTECOST Sunday First of Easter Sunday Eighth of Pentecost) VIRGIN MARY'S FESTIVALS : They refer to Virgin Mary's life and are immovable Feasts Related to Virgin Mary - general Annunciation (25th March) Assumption (15th August)III) SAINTS' FESTIVALS Great Vasilios (1st January) Saint Ioannis (24th June) Three Prelates (30th January) Konstantinos and Heleni (21st May) Prophet Helias (20th July) Saint Trifonas (1st February) Saint Modestos 40 Martyrs (9th March) Soldiers Martyrs General Saint Georgios (23rd April) Saint Demetrios (26th October)5 6. Kirchliche Feste und BrauchtumEnieo Lyceum DrymosI) Despotische oder HerrenfesteSie beziehen sich auf das Leben und das Werk Jesu Christi.A) UNBEWEGLICHE FESTE :Mit Mittelpunkt Weihnachten werden sie immer am gleichen Datum, jedoch an verschiedenenTagen gefeiert. Weihnachten (25. Dezember) Epiphanias (6. Januar) Verklrung des Erlsers (6. August)B) BEWEGLICHE FESTE :Mit Mittelpunkt Ostern werden sie an einem beweglichen Datum (je nach dem Vollmond nachder Frhlingstagundnachtgleiche), jedoch am gleichen Tag der Woche gefeiert.BEWEGLICHE FESTE DES TRIODION ( der drei Wochen vor dem Fastnachtsonntag) Triodion - allgemein Ksesonntag Rosenmontag 1. Fastenzeitsonntag - Orthodoxiesonntag 3. Fastenzeitsonntag 6. Fastenzeitsonntag - Palmsonntag KarwocheBEWEGLICHE FESTE DER PFINGSTZEIT 1. Sonntag - Ostern 8. Sonntag - PfingstenII) Gottesmutterfeste :Sie beziehen sich auf das Leben der Heiligen Jungfrau und sind unbeweglich. Gottesmutterfeste allgemein Mari Verkndigung (25. Mrz) Mari Himmelfahrt (15. August)III) Heiligenfeste : H. Basilios der Groe (1. Januar) Hl. Johannes (24. Juni) Drei Hierarchen (Oberpriester) (30. Januar) Hl. Konstantinos und Eleni (21. Mai) Prophet Elias (20. Juli) Hl. Tryphon (1. Februar) Hl. Modestos 40 Mrtyrer (9. Mrz) Soldaten-Mrtyrer allgemein Hl. Georgios (23. April) Hl. Dimitrios (26. Oktober)6 7. Kirchliche Feste und BrauchtumStaatliche Realschule BurglengenfeldWeihnachtsfestkreis Adventsbrauchtum Barbara (4. Dezember) Nikolaus (6. Dezember) Weihnachtsbrauchtum Dreiknig, Erscheinung des Herrn (6. Januar) Mari Lichtmess, Darstellung des Herrn (2. Februar) Blasius (3. Februar)Osterfestkreis Aschermittwoch Palmsonntag Karwoche Ostern Bitttage Christi Himmelfahrt PfingstenSonstige Feste Valentin (12. Februar) Wallfahrten Fronleichnam Johannes (24. Juni) Mari Himmelfahrt (15. August) Kirchweih (speziell) Erntedankfest Kirchweih (allgemein) Halloween Allerheiligen ( 1. November) Martin (11. November) Katharina (25. November) Johannes der Evangelist7 8. Staatliche Realschule Burglengenfeld (4. ) (6. ) , (6. ) H - (2. ) (3. ) To (24. ) (15. ) ( ) () () (Halloween) (1.) (11.) (25.)8 9. 9 10. Religious Festivals and TraditionsStaatliche Realschule BurglengenfeldFeasts around Christmas Advent traditions Barbara (December 4) Santa Claus (December 6) Christmas traditions Epiphany (January 6) Candlemas (February 2) Blasius (February 3)Feasts around Easter Ash Wednesday Palm Sunday Holy Week Easter Rogation Days Ascension Day WhitsuntideOther Feasts Valentine's Day (February 12) Pilgrimages Corpus Christi Day John (June 24) Assumption of the Virgin (August 15) Church anniversary Thanksgiving Church dedication day Halloween Hallows' Eve (November 1) Martin (November 11) Katharina (November 25) John, the Evangelist10 11. Kirchliche Feste und BrauchtumHyvinkn yhteiskoulun lukioWeihnachtsfestkreis Adventsbrauchtum WeihnachtsbrauchtumOsterfestkreis Fasching Aschermittwoch Passionsspiele Palmsonntag Grndonnerstag Karfreitag Ostern Christi Himmelfahrt PfingstenSonstige Feste Johannes Erntedankfest Allerheiligen Luciafest Unabhngigkeitstag11 12. Kirkolliset juhlat ja tavatHyvinkn yhteiskoulun lukioJoulupiiri Adventtitavat JoulutavatPsiispiiri Laskiainen Tuhkakeskiviikko Krsimysnytelmt Palmusunnuntai Kiirastorstai Pitkperjantai Psiinen Helatorstai HelluntaiMuut juhlat Juhannus Sadonkorjuujuhla Pyhinpiv Lucia-juhla Itsenisyyspiv12 13. 13 14. Religious festivals and traditionsHyvinkn yhteiskoulun lukioChristmas cycle Advent customs Christmas customsEaster cycle Shrovetide Ash Wednesday Passions Plays Palm Sunday Maundy Tursday Good Friday Easter Ascension Day PentecostOther festivals Midsummer Harvest festival All Saints Day The Day of Lucia Independence Day14 15. Religion Public Holidays and Customs in BulgarianOrthodox ReligionPetko Rachov Slaveikov High School, KardjaliWinter St. Nicholas Day (December, 6) Christmas (December, 25) St. Jordans Day, Epiphany (January, 6) St. Joans Day (January, 7) St. Atanass Day (January, 18) St. Triphonss Day (February, 1)Spring The Annunciation / Lady Day (March,25) Easter St. Georges Day (May, 6)Summer-Autumn Midsummer Day (June, 24) St. Elijas Day (July, 20) Virgin Marys Day (August, 15) St. Dimitris Day (October, 26)15 16. Kirchliche Feste und BrauchtumReligious Festivals and TraditionsKirkolliset juhlat ja tavatEnieo Lyceum Drymos- griechischorthodox / greekorthodox / llhn rJdoxo /kreikkalaisortodoksinenEnieo Lyceum Drymos57200 Drymos (Griechenland)Tel.: 0032 3940 31075Fax: 0032 3940 32681E-Mail: mail@lyk-drymou.thess.sch.grSchulleiter: Georgios BoulakisProjektlehrer: Chrissostomos Monochristou, Giolanta Siskou16 17. ) - DESPOTIC DESPOTISCHE ODERHERRENFESTE) - IMMOVABLE - UNBEWEGLICHE FESTE (25 ) . 25 6 . . 4 6 : ( ). , 25 . , , , . - - . , > : . . . - . caleudae= , . . , , :, , ... . . ( ) ( )- . , , . . ( ) , , , , > . , . , , , . , , :>. . , . , , , , . . , , . , , . (). , , . , , , .. , , . , . .. ..17 18. ChristmasThe celebration of Christmas. On December 25th and January 6th we celebrate two world savingevents. The birth and the Baptism of our Lord. Until the mid 4th century the two feasts werecelebrated together on January 6 under the name Epiphany (revelation of God). Later it was setthat Christmas would be celebrated separately on December 25. That day was dedicated by thenationals to the God Sun, and it was appropriate for the celebration of Christ, the Sun of Justice,which offered the spiritual light to people. Christmas is the second, after the Easter, mostimportant feast of Christendom. The fact of incarnation of the Speech we confess our belief tothe Symbol of Faith For us and for our salvation he come down from heaven.The Christmas's Customs: The preparations for Christmas used to start several days before. Thehousewives cleaned and wiped off every corner of the house. Men were taking care to buy all therequired food. The day before Christmas children, in groups, visit the houses of the village andchant the carols. The word originates from the Latin caleudae = days of January during whichthe ancient Romans exchanged wishes, small gifts and sweets. Later on this Roman custom wasincorporated with Christian life and survived until today. In the past when children werechanting the carols hold an oil gas as well as a tinny box decorated with ribbons, where theythrow whatever the housewives were given them: money, nuts, bagels etc. In some houses thehousewives continue to knead a special sort of bread the Christopsomo (Christ's bread). OnChristmas eve all the family (tafas) would gather around a low round table (sofras) and beincensed and eat fresh bread. On the table there was wine, fruits, nuts and sweets. In the middlethe incensory. The father (Leader of the family) takes the incensory, goes a