Constantine Jubilee

Exhibition on Constantine in Viminacium

 President of Serbia Tomislav Nikolic opens the exhibition of the National Museum “Constantine the Great and the Edict of Milan”. 128 artifacts are presented, among which there is the famous portrait of Constantine, a bronze bust discovered in 1900.

Tomislav Nikolic, President of Serbia, opened an exhibition of the National Museum “Constantine the Great and Edict of Milan 313. - The birth of Christianity in the Roman Provinces on the territory of Serbia” at the archeological site Viminacium.

The exhibition of the National Museum presents an outstanding collection of authentic items from ten museums in Serbia which testify about the rule of Constantine, the Edict of Milan, beginnings of Christianity on the territory of Serbia.

Series of lectures on the Edict of Milan and Emperor Constantine at the Nebojsa Tower

Series of lectures on the Edict of Milan and Emperor Constantine at the Nebojsa Tower
Series of lectures on the Edict of Milan and Emperor Constantine at the Nebojsa Tower
Series of lectures on the Edict of Milan and Emperor Constantine at the Nebojsa Tower
Series of lectures on the Edict of Milan and Emperor Constantine at the Nebojsa Tower

In the context of lectures on the Edict of Milan organized at the Nebojsa Tower in Belgrade Their Graces Bishops Maxim of Western America, Atanasije of Hvosno and Andrej of Remesiana presented their lectures dedicated to the significant jubilee of Christianity.

Bishop Maxim of Western America:  The Concept of Holiness and the Sanctity of Serbian rulers

His Grace Bishop Maxim of Western America held an introductory lecture on the topic of holiness of Emperor Constantine and the sanctity of Serbian rulers at the Nebojsa Tower in the Lower Town of the Belgrade Fortress, on 16 May 2013.

Conference in Istanbul on the occasion of the jubilee of the Edict of Milan

The Ecumenical Patriarchate in conjunction with the Council of the Bishops' Conferences of Europe organizes a scientific conference devoted to religious freedom in Europe. His All-Holiness Bartholomew of Constantinople has sent invitations for this two-day conference, which will take place on May 17 and 18 in Istanbul.

His Grace Bishop Dr. Irinej of Backa will participate in the work of this seminar.
The cause of the conference represents a publication of the Edict of Milan 1700 years ago, when Emperor Constantine and southeast Roman co-ruler Licinius proclaimed religious freedom to Christianity and other religions.

Church Lazarica of Romanija: Edict of Milan and Freedom of Christians

Church Lazarica of Romanija: Edict of Milan and Freedom of Christians
Church Lazarica of Romanija: Edict of Milan and Freedom of Christians
Church Lazarica of Romanija: Edict of Milan and Freedom of Christians
Church Lazarica of Romanija: Edict of Milan and Freedom of Christians

Dr. Dalibor Petrovic, Professor at the Faculty of Theology in Foca, held a lecture on the topic “The Edict of Milan and Freedom of Christians” at the Spiritual center of the Lazarica church of Romanija at Sokolac (Bosnia) on Sunday 14 April 2013.

The principal of the Lazarica church of Romanija protopresbyter Boris Banduka welcomed on behalf of the Church-school congregation a number of priests and the faithful from parish of Sokolac and other parishes, emphasizing that the Edict of Milan was a very important act proclaimed in 313 by Holy Emperor Constantine the Great.