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Dominican Republic's State Television and Radio will Broadcast a Sunday Morning Easter Musical Featuring Adventists, Catholics, and Latter-day Saints at the End of Holy Week

04-19-2022 09:28 AM CET | Leisure, Entertainment, Miscellaneous

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Dominican Republic's State Television and Radio will Broadcast

Throughout Holy Week, the Dominican Republic's state television and radio will broadcast "Live the Passion" events from all over the country. On channels 4 and 17, as well as Dominican FM, Quisqueya FM, and Radio Santo, special music, concerts, religious events, religious films, interviews, and other activities will be broadcast nationwide.

The Holy Week religious production will come to a close on Easter Sunday morning with a special Easter ecumenical musical program called "Thanks to Him" to commemorate Christ's resurrection. Singers from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Roman Catholic Church, the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and other Christian churches will take part in the musical celebration on Sunday morning.

As a result, Seventh-day Adventists are now participating in ecumenical Easter Sunday morning services. Thanks to ecumenism, we can now celebrate Easter Sunday, the Holy Eucharist, bow to golden idols, sing Latin mass songs, build bridges to Rome, and embrace the entire green eco-religious idolatry. This is what happens when we listen to misguided leaders who are substituting the fundamental teachings of God's word for man-made theories and traditions.

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