The opening of the exhibition “Colours of Orthodoxy – Poland” will take placenext week, in Brussels in the headquarters of the European Parliament.
„Colours of Orthodoxy. Poland” in the European Parliament
„ By presenting this exhibition – says the coordinator of the project, Mr. Aleksander Wasyluk – we want to show that religion is a necessity, even though we often hear in the European Parliament that it is redundant. Even though the European Union is often away from Christianity we will try to remind the people that Christianity is a corner stone of the European Civilization. We want to show the power of the orthodox believers. We want to show that Orthodox people are present in Poland and religious minority can engage in spiritual and educational activities.”
The initiative of showing the exhibition in Brussels came from a member of the European parliament, Mr. Michal Kaminski, who is very much interested in Orthodox faith.
The opening of the exhibition takes place at 6:30 p.m. on 18.09.202. Among the visitors there will be Archbishop of the Lubelsko-Chelmska Diocese in Poland, his Eminence Abel and Polish President’s advisor Mr. Aleksander Sosna. During the opening you will also be able to listen to church chants performed by Choir from Lublin, from the Cathedral of Transfiguration.
The exhibition has an honorary patronage of the President of Poland.