There is a trust that we didn't keep - Aba Woldegiyorgis Abege

The Christmas festivity in the Ethiopian Orthodox Church is called Ganna or Genna. A great many people go to Church on Christmas day.  Numerous individuals participate in an extraordinary Advent quick during the 43 days before Christmas. It begins on 25th November and is known as the 'Quick of the Prophets' (Tsome Nebiyat). During this time, customarily just a single veggie lover dinner is eaten every day. It's a vegetarian supper in light of the fact that, during the quick, nourishments including meat, dairy, eggs, and wine aren't eaten.  For Ganna, individuals get wearing white. The vast majority wear a customary article of clothing called a Netela. It's a slender white cotton bit of fabric with splendidly shaded stripes across the closures. It's ragged like a cloak or frock. In the event that you live in a major town or city you may wear 'western' garments. Individuals go to chapel mass on Christmas Eve (called the gahad of Christmas) at 6.00 pm and the administration completes at about 3.00 am on Christmas Day. Category Must Watch Commenting disabled.

There is a trust that we didn't keep - Aba Woldegiyorgis Abege

The Christmas festivity in the Ethiopian Orthodox Church is called Ganna or Genna. A great many people go to Church on Christmas day. 

Numerous individuals participate in an extraordinary Advent quick during the 43 days before Christmas. It begins on 25th November and is known as the 'Quick of the Prophets' (Tsome Nebiyat). During this time, customarily just a single veggie lover dinner is eaten every day. It's a vegetarian supper in light of the fact that, during the quick, nourishments including meat, dairy, eggs, and wine aren't eaten. 

For Ganna, individuals get wearing white. The vast majority wear a customary article of clothing called a Netela. It's a slender white cotton bit of fabric with splendidly shaded stripes across the closures. It's ragged like a cloak or frock. In the event that you live in a major town or city you may wear 'western' garments. Individuals go to chapel mass on Christmas Eve (called the gahad of Christmas) at 6.00 pm and the administration completes at about 3.00 am on Christmas Day.

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