His Grace vicar Bishop Andrej of Remesiana opened on January 30, 2011 at the embassy of the Republic of Serbia in London an exhibition devoted to Holy Emperor Constantine and Empress Helena.
The exhibition is organized by the Christian Cultural Centre and the Radion Slovo Ljubve.
His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch attended yesterday in the ceremonial hall of the Serbian Academy for Sciences and Arts the presentation of the Serbian Encyclopaedia (Volume I, book 1-2) in the joint publication of the Matica Srpska, SASA and the Institute for School Books and Teaching Aid.
A new application the Orthodox Prayer Book for iPhone and Android has been launched. The aplication is available at AppStore and Android Market (keywords: Orthodox Prayer book) and is free. Both versions are currently available for download and use:
- For Android: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.onair.prayerbook.
- For iPhone: http://itunes.apple.com/ru/app//id490601793.
The new application was created by a team of programmers with the support of the portal www.pravoslavie.ru.
The Serbian Singing Society "Unity" from Banja Luka, in the organization of the Government of the Republic of Srpska and the Ministry of Education and Culture, held from November 21-25, 2011 three evening concerts in Novgorod and Sankt Petersburg. Performances in the beautiful surroundings of and Saint Petersburg are the best way to present the Russian public are our culture, people and the Republic of Srpska.
His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch attended yesterday the marking of the Day of archives in Serbia. At the celebration at the Archives of Serbia (Karnegijeva 2) a traditional annual award for the best book published in 2011 from archival science or historiography were handed over, based on the archival material which are kept in the archives in Serbia, as well as awards "Golden archive" for deserving archivists and archival institutions.
Floor Mosaics in the Church of Nativity of Christ in Bethlehem and in an early Christian object in Skelani are identical14. December 2011 - 12:42
A little border place Skelani on the left bank of the Drina in a municipality of Srebrenica, in the Republic of Srpska, is again in the focus of attention of archaeologists and historians. The historical treasure which was considered lost forever, after more than hundred years is again in the light of day. It's about the discovery that the floor mosaics in the Church of the Nativity of Christ in Bethlehem and in an early Christian object in Skelani are identical.