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The V All-Russian event “Reading an Orthodox book to children” took place in Ulyanovsk
17.03.2023

The event took place on March 14, Orthodox Book Day, and introduced children to spiritual literature. This year the focus is on works about Russian holy warriors.

The creator and organizer of the All-Russian action is the Central City Library named after. I. A. Goncharova, Ulyanovsk. More than 20 regions of the country have joined the initiative, including the Moscow region, the Republic of Crimea, the Republic of Bashkortostan, the Pskov region, the Primorsky Territory, the Lugansk People's Republic and others.
The action is traditionally held with the blessing of Metropolitan Longin of Simbirsk and Novospassky.
At 12 o'clock, meetings were held throughout the country where books about Ilya Muromets, Dmitry Donskoy, Alexander Nevsky, Admiral Fyodor Ushakov and other warriors who glorified Russia were read aloud.
In the Central City Library, children from Ulyanovsk kindergarten No. 201 and primary school students of Multidisciplinary Lyceum No. 11 learned about St. George the Victorious and the meaning of Orthodox books. The conversation was attended by the assistant to the chairman of the department of religious education of the Simbirsk diocese, the rector of the Church of the Holy Trinity, Priest Igor Kazachkov. He emphasized that literature about Orthodoxy and Russian soldiers plays an important role in the patriotic and spiritual development of the younger generation.
CBC events are traditionally held with the support of the directorate of the “Ulyanovsk – UNESCO Literary City” program, which promotes the literary heritage of UNESCO cities and reading traditions.