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Traditional New Year’s concert of the Belgrade Cathedral Church

Traditional New Year’s concert of the Belgrade Cathedral Church
Traditional New Year’s concert of the Belgrade Cathedral Church
Traditional New Year’s concert of the Belgrade Cathedral Church
Traditional New Year’s concert of the Belgrade Cathedral Church

160th years of the First Belgrade Chanting Ensamble

In Belgrade’s National Theater the traditional New Year’s concert of the Cathedral church began with Lord’s prayer Our Father and the Serbian anthem  O, God of Justice  - on the occasion of the Patron Saint-day of the First Belgrade Chanting Ensamble – Saint Basil the Great.

Stefan Nemanja – Saint Simeon the Myrrh-Gusher (1113-2013)

Stefan Nemanja – Saint Simeon the Myrrh-Gusher (1113-2013)
Stefan Nemanja – Saint Simeon the Myrrh-Gusher (1113-2013)
Stefan Nemanja – Saint Simeon the Myrrh-Gusher (1113-2013)
Stefan Nemanja – Saint Simeon the Myrrh-Gusher (1113-2013)

At the National Museum in Belgrade on January 11th, 2014 the solemn academy on the occasion of the nine centuries of the birth of Stefan Nemanja began with the hymn Lord, Give Us Justice and the prayer Our Father.

An author of the program entitled  “The Vertical of Victory” on the occasion of the nine centuries since the birth of Saint Simeon the Myrrh-Gusher is Jasmina Stoiljkovic, drama artist of the Serbian drama of the National Theatre from Prishtina, and the organizer is the Geopolitika magazine, along with the support of the National Museum.

Christmas celebrations kick off for hundreds in Sacramento

Didn’t send your Christmas cards out yet? Still looking for the perfect gift? No worries if you follow the Julian calendar – you still have about 24 hours. Hundreds of Sacramentans don’t celebrate Christmas on Dec. 25; they celebrate the birth of Christ today and continue celebrating through tomorrow.

Sacramentans who launched their Christmas holiday last night include some Russians, Serbians, Ethiopians, Georgians, Coptic Christians from Egypt, Armenians and other followers of the Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox churches, said the Rev. Dino Pappademos of Saint Katherine Greek Orthodox Church in Elk Grove.