Orthodox Worship adapted for the deaf & blind in Moscow Church

Last September I shared a post from Incendiary: a daily living reproach which they have before their eyes, entitled Icons for the Blind: http://incendiarious.wordpress.com/2009/06/26/icons-for-the-blind/

This was in regard to an Iconostasis with 3-D icons (which people with visual impairment may touch) in a Parish Church in Lipetsk, Russia.

There is also a Parish Church in Moscow, Russia with both 3-D icons for the blind and sign language for the deaf: the Tikhvin Icon of our Lady Temple. Read and view (by means of a 2 minute long video) the story on RT: Sign Language of the Cross: http://rt.com/Top_News/2009-12-01/church-deaf-blind-moscow.html#

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