Bishop Alfonso crowns the King of Snežanopol

الله أكبر


On the 26th day of January 2014 A.D. (24 Raby Al-awal 1435 A.H.) His Eminence Bishop Alfonso presided at coronation of King Deniz of Snežanopol. During ceremony, His Majesty took the oath of office on the Bible and the Holy Qur’an, swearing to govern the people of Snežanopol according to their respective laws and customs, as well as to maintain and preserve inviolably the settlement of the United Holy Church of the Thirteen Apostles, and the doctrine, worship, discipline, and government thereof, as by law established in Snežanopol.

Once the oath was taken, a Solemn Mass celebrated by His Eminence Bishop Alfonso started, during which the people of Snežanopol took homages to King Deniz in the name of the Great Architect of the Universe and the Thirteen Apostles. The ceremony was attended by many honorary guests, such as His Holiness Alexander IV, Pope of the Parva-Religions; His Imperial Majesty Muhammad, Shahanshah Imperator of Schalamzaar; His Excellency Sebastian Schriber, President of the Ashukov Federation;  His Excellency Edward Jacobs, Prime Minister of the Ashukov Federation; His Excellency Jacob Lewis, Governor of Frieden and Minister of the Interior of Lostisland, and many Snežani noblemen and officials.

The Holy Ministry has a long history of co-operation with Snežanopol, after Emperor Iōannēs of Constantidium, its predecessor state, became the first national leader officially recognized by the Church, and after the Apostolic Faith became the Official Religion of Snežanopol.

Full text of the Solemn Mass can be downloaded from the following link.


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