Education will be held in the gymnasium under the plan approved by the Ministry of Education. Items comprehensive applets complemented study of Orthodox culture and the law of God. Duration of study in high school — four years. Going to finance it Orthodox Church.
The department of education argue that no case to have the gymnasium. But that said an employee of the ideological department of the executive committee:
"As for local ideological power, I say to you: it was created under the auspices of the Russian Orthodox Church. We have informed babruytsav about opening this school, but not specifically study this issue — it is better to read the press-service of the bishop of Bobruisk-Byhovsky. "
So in the end it turned out that the school founded St. Nicholas St. Sophia parish. Schools are located in the renovated building of the former kindergarten believers. Says one of the officers:
"Those who were hunting in our school goes, they did. All Father blessed. No particular selection we did. The only thing that we stopped kit if one typed class. We do not have enough space. We expect to have the junior school 4 classes. "
The priest of the church of the Immaculate Conception of the Bobruisk Blessed Virgin Mary Yuri Bykov sees nothing wrong in the opening of the Orthodox high school:
"Agencies can be opened, and there’s nothing wrong — if only they worked on spirituality. It’s great when increased spirituality in Belarus. School some be, or high school, I while I do not see the needs of the church gymnasium in Bobruisk, "- said the priest Yuri Bykov.
In Bobruisk Jews have their own gymnasium, next to which is now home and Orthodox. Here, too, nothing wrong in this neighborhood do not behold the.
"This is true if the Jewish kids will be trained in Jewish high schools, and Orthodox in the Orthodox, if only there were not taught anti-Semitism," — said "Freedom" in Bobruisk Jewish community.
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