We invite you to the presentation of the book Crime in War – Genocide in Peace to be held on Tuesday, 11 December 2012 at 7:30 p.m., in the Small Hall of Kolarčeva Zadužbina.
Speakers - authors of the book:
- Vladislav Jovanović, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the FRY
- Slobodan Petković, general
- Prof. Dr. Slobodan Čikarić, academician
Crime in War – Genocide in Peace, The consequences of NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999, is a study co-published by Službeni Glasnik and the Serbian Cancer Society, in Serbian and English.
At the celebration held on 7 December in the Great hall of the church of Christ the Saviour in Moscow, organized on the occasion of the completion of the work of this year's Pan-Slavic Art Forum "Golden Knight", His Eminence Metropolitan Hilarion of Volokolamsk, the president of the Department for External Church Relations of the Moscow Patriarchate, on behalf of His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia, awarded the Serbian film director, screenwriter and film producer Jovan Markovic with the Order of St. Sergius of Radonezh.
With brighter hues and bolder brushstrokes, Orthodox icon painters are looking to breathe new life into the ancient art of depicting saints, angels and biblical scenes, lest its rigid rules see it consigned to history.
A dozen church painters from European countries like Greece and Serbia but also from the United States gathered this month in Romania to experiment with adding modern touches to Byzantine iconography without angering the conservative Orthodox Church. "I don't want to attack them," US painting professor Anthony Salzman said of churchgoers, "but I don't want to bore them either". "Tradition died in the 16th or 17th century, now we are resurrecting it, we are learning what its limits are," he added at the event in Mogosoaia, on the outskirts of Bucharest.
His Grace Bishop Atanasije of Hvosno served on Sunday, 2 December 2012 the Divine Liturgy in the church of Holy Gabriel the Archangel in Belgrade. On this occasion Bishop Atanasije awarded Primarius Dr. Bogdan Zlatar,retired specialist in internal medicine, with the Order of Saint Sava of the Third Degree.
In the evening of the feast day of the Renovation of the Church of Saint Greatmartyr George in Lydia which is the Patron Saint’s day of the city of Novi Sad, on 15 November 2012, at the great hall of the Matica Srpska in Novi Sad the book Raids and Concentration Camps in Backa during World War Two, which author is archimandrite Jovan Radosavljevic, was presented. The book is the latest publication of Beseda (Homily) – the publishing company of the Orthodox Diocese of Backa. His Grace Dr Irinej of Backa, Dr Djordje Srbulovic and the author spoke on the book.