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During the New Year holidays, cadets of the Military Institute of Railway Troops and Military Communications (ZhDV and VOSO) of the Military Academy of Logistics named after General of the Army A.V. Khruleva took part in worship services in the Cathedral of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul in the city of Peterhof and the chapel of the Right-Believing Prince Alexander Nevsky of the Military Cadet Corps.
The past year 2021 ended with a New Year’s prayer service, which was served by the assistant head of the institute for work with believing military personnel, priest Vladimir Tarasov. The prayer service was attended by cadets and family members of military personnel.
On January 1, the units held meetings of the personnel with the priest Vladimir Tarasov, during which he told the cadets about the Reverend Ilya Pechersky from the city of Murom. The cadets learned that the epic hero Ilya Muromets really lived, and his imperishable relics were examined several times by specialists and are stored in the nearby caves of the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra. The meetings ended with watching the 2010 film directed by Denis Krasilnikov “Saints. The path of Ilya Muromets.
On January 4, the assistant head of the institute, priest Vladimir Tarasov, met with the cadets of the units and spoke about the approaching feast of the Nativity of Christ. The meetings ended with the viewing of the 2010 Christmas film of the First Channel.
On January 6 and 7, cadets of the military institute, together with the assistant head of the institute, took part in a festive Divine service dedicated to the Nativity of Christ. After the Divine Liturgy, an excursion was organized for the servicemen to the Cathedral of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul in the city of Peterhof with a visit to the viewing gallery. The tour was conducted by Mikhail Prikhodchenko, Assistant Dean for Youth Affairs.
More than 30 people attended the services, and more than 250 people took part in the talks.
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