This bell, along with 17 others, will be installed in the Lowell House belltower and the Business School's Baker Library in the summer of 2008.
Orthodox worshippers strain to catch a glimpse of their spiritual leader, Patriarch Alexy II, as he blesses the new bells that will call Lowell House home beginning next summer.
MOSCOW—Lowell House's new bells got quite a send-off on Tuesday as the Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church consecrated them
Tuesday's ceremony was attended by a crowd of worshippers, news media, and Russian Orthodox clergy.
Crowds of worshippers watch the consecration of Lowell House's new bells in Moscow on Tuesday. The Danilov Monastery's belltower, the past and future home of the 17 bells that have hung in Lowell since 1930, is in the background.
Lowell House Co-Master Diana L. Eck gives an interview to the Moscow news media. Russia's state television channels covered the ceremony in the evening news.
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