Kosovo and Metohia, endowments and gifts

Kosovo and Metohia, endowments and gifts
Kosovo and Metohia, endowments and gifts
Kosovo and Metohia, endowments and gifts
Kosovo and Metohia, endowments and gifts

The exhibition ‘Kosovo and Metohia – Endowments and Gifts’ is opened at the Gallery of Frescoes. It represents а collection of the National Museum in Belgrade

The aim of this well-organized exhibition was to present the public in more direct way the Serbian national heritage in Kosovo and Metohia,  a source of spiritual, cultural, economic and social progress of our people.

New York: Hilandar – Heritage and Restoration

With the blessing of His Grace Bishop Mitrophan, the exhibition “Hilandar – Heritage and Restoration” was solemnly opened on 9 February 2013. The exhibition is co-organized by the Cathedral Church of Saint Sava in New York and the Foundation of the Holy Monastery of Hilandar from Belgrade and will be opened until 5 May 2013 at the parish house of Saint Sava church on Manhattan  (15W 25th Street).

“Bear Ye One Another's Burdens”

“Bear ye one another's burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ" (Galatians 6:2). It is these words of Apostle Paul that well describe a recent event in Chicago. 

On Sunday, February 10, 2013, in Chicago, a benefit concert of liturgical music took place at Holy Resurrection Cathedral of the Serbian Orthodox Church to benefit Peter Gudkov.

Thirty-seven-year-old Peter Gudkov, family man, father of two daughters, singer and soloist of Sretensky Monastery Mens’ Choir of Moscow, fell gravely ill and is in need of a bone-marrow transplant, which will cost over $150,000. Participating in the event were the Archbishop’s Choir of Holy Virgin Protection Cathedral in Chicago, IL, under the direction of Michael Gill, and the Branko Radicevic Serbian Cathedral Choir under Elizaveta Neskova. The concert was blessed by His Grace Bishop Peter of Cleveland, by the initiative of parishioners and singers of Holy Virgin Protection Cathedral and the support of their Serbian Orthodox brothers and sisters. Present at the concert were His Grace Bishop Longin of New Gracanica (Serbian Orthodox Church), His Grace Bishop Nicolae (Romanian Orthodox Church) and Serbian Consul General Desko Nikitovic in Chicago. 

Collection from scientific meeting on Prevlaka and Selected Writings of Patriarch Gavrilo Dozic

1. Ancient Christian and Saint Sava’s heritage in Montenegro – The collection of works from the scientific seminar held on 17 January 2010 at Miholjska Prevlaka Monastery, Cetinje – Belgrade 2010, 412 pages.

The scientific seminar was held on the occasion of 1700th anniversary of the Edict of Milan and the 790th anniversary of the Metropolitanate of Montenegro and the Littoral. There are 24 scientific works from areas of theology, archeology, church, general and national history, history of literature and art in the beautifully illustrated collection.

By this sign you shall conquer! The Cross of Christ – the weapon of victory

With the blessing of His Grace Bishop Jovan of Nis, towards the 1700th anniversary of the Edict of Milan, the book “By this sign you shall conquer! The Cross of Christ – the weapon of victory” (Nis, 2013) was published.

Readers will find in the book what Holy Fathers said about the secret of the Cross of the Lord, texts of Saint Bishop Nikolaj the Serbian On Three Crosses, abba Justin Popovic Cross of the Lord – Salvation of the soul from sins”, Bishop Atanasije Jevtic This people is cross-bearing, Metropolitan Amfilohije Radovic On the Mystery of the Cross of Christ, Bishop Jovan Puric Cross- The only way towards Salvation, beautiful achatist To Precious and Life-giving Cross of Christ.

Blessing and support for great music challenge

His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch, met on 22 June 2011 Mr. Dejan Miladinovic, renowned composer and conductor, professor of the Music Academy in Belgrade, manager of the Opera of the National Theatre and “ The Belgrade Madrigal Choir”.

Mr. Miladinovic visited His Holiness planning to present his newly created work – libretto for opera “By this Sign…’’(In hoc Signo…), which would be finished on the occasion of marking the 1700th anniversary of the Edict of Saint Emperor Constantine.