All Saints College students sing Christmas carols to Archbishop Makarios


It’s that time of year when Christmas carols are playing over the radio or over the speakers in shopping centres.

And it looks like His Eminence Archbishop Makarios was also treated to a special performance of traditional carols on Tuesday.

His Eminence Archbishop Makarios was treated to a special performance of traditional carols on Tuesday.

Primary students from All Saints Greek Orthodox College in Belmore visited the headquarters of the Holy Archdiocese in Redfern, Sydney, and performed well-known carols for Archbishop Makarios, bringing a smile to the face of everyone in attendance.

Primary students from All Saints Greek Orthodox College performed Christmas carols.

Archbishop Makarios thanked the children for their visit and performance and spoke to each child individually, offering them refreshments and small gifts.

The Abbot of the Holy Monastery of Panagia Pantanassis in Mangrove Creek, Archimandrite Father Eusebios and Archimandrite Geron Stefanos also had the pleasure of hearing the carols sung by the young students.




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