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Armistice Day

Many local and foreign delegations laid wreaths at memorials dedicated to victims of World War I in our country to mark the Armistice Day. Armistice Day is marked with public events throughout the world, to commemorate November 11, 1918, when the Allied forces signed the armistice with Germany. The central state ceremony honoring the Armistice Day was held near the Crypt of Defenders of Belgrade in World War I, at the New Cemetery in Belgrade.

Autumn in Lazarica

Autumn in Lazarica
Autumn in Lazarica
Autumn in Lazarica
Autumn in Lazarica

Source: Diocese of Krusevac, photo: Мilijana Dukovic

First Annual “Missions Day” Features Atheist Rocker Turned Dynamic Christian Missionary

"Our speaker for the first annual 'Missions Day' on our campus is someone you will not want to miss," enthuses Chancellor/CEO Archpriest Chad Hatfield. "Our presenter, Father Father Themi, at "home" in AfricaFather Themi, at "home" in AfricaThemistocles Adamopoulo, was once an atheist Rocker from Australia, now turned missionary to Africa."

Preparations for Winter Youth Retreat are underway

 Preparations for Winter Youth Retreat are underway

Diocesan Youth Committee is preparing for the Youth Winter Retreat at Camp Gracanica. Read more about it on the Youth Committee’s Facebook page and here.
Source: newgracanica.com

Royals salute church's centennial

Royals salute church's centennial

St. George Serbian Orthodox Church's century celebration Sunday brought together Serbian royalty from Belgrade, Orthodox Christian clergy from across North America and Europe and hundreds of Serbian-Americans and friends.

Following morning worship services at the church, Crown Prince Alexander II and Princess Katherine of Serbia were honored guests at a luncheon at the nearby Halls of St. George in Schererville.

Fashion to benefit frescos

Fashion to benefit frescos

When Orthodox Serbs who fled the communist regime during World War II established St. Elijah Parish and built the cathedral in Merrillville at 8700 Taft St., they did so to provide a place of worship for their children and a gathering place for all Orthodox Serbs.

Today, the next generation is continuing that legacy by raising funds to paint the interior walls of the cathedral with religious frescos.