Christians in Slovenia will celebrate Easter, the biggest and oldest Christian holiday.
Ljubljana Auxiliary Bishop Anton Jamnik will conduct a Resurrection procession in the streets around the Ljubljana cathedral and then celebrate mass; St Nicholas's Cathedral, 8:30 AM.
The Orthodox Church leader from the city of Celje, Milan Duduković, will conduct an Easter liturgy at St Maximilian's Church at 9 AM.
Protestant Bishop Geza Filo will say Easter mass at the Primož Trubar Evangelical Church at 11 AM.
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Slovenia will be among the six ice-hockey teams trying to win one of the first two places at the IIHF World Championship Division I (group A) to earn a ticket to the world's No. 1 group. Slovenia will play their first match against Japan at 9 AM CET.
The final competitions will be held as part of the Artistic Gymnastics World Cup; Tivoli Arena, 2 PM.