The new pope’s enthronement vestments

17-11-2012 07:38 PM

Robier al-Faris


Arrangements for the enthronement ceremony of Anba Tawadros II, the 118th Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of See of St Mark, to take place tomorrow are in their final stages.
St Mark’s cathedral in Abassiya, Cairo has been cleaned and decorated, and security measures are in full force.

Arrangements for the enthronement ceremony of Anba Tawadros II, the 118th Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of See of St Mark, to take place tomorrow are in their final stages. 
St Mark’s cathedral in Abassiya, Cairo has been cleaned and decorated, and security measures are in full force.
The new pope has been offered sets of vestments for his enthronement as gifts from embroidery workshops of several convents and churches in Cairo. The new pope’s secretary Father Angaelos said that, among others, the sets came from Abu-Sefein (St Mercurius) convent in Old Cairo, Mar-Girgis (St George) convent also in Old Cairo, and the Mar-Morqos (St Mark) workshop in Shubral-Kheima. 
“The gifts are tokens of love, and a desire to partake in the celebration of the new pope,” Fr Angaelos told Watani.  Anba Tawadros II, he said, will be using pieces from all the sets, in gratitude.
Watani International
17 November 2012
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