The Patriarchate of Jerusalem, the first Christian Church of the Holy Land, fostered through the centuries interfaith dialogue based on equality and mutual respect as well as supported the indiscriminate cohabitation and cooperation of the Jewish, the Christians and the Muslims.
Continuing Its conciliatory and peacekeeping mission, the Patriarchate condemns the actions of desecration, which have recently been done by an individual whose identity remains unknown to the detriment and damage of the Christian and Muslim Cemetery in Ioppe.
Orthodox Christian Clergy Association of Greater Chicago area is a regular, and strongest, participant in the annual Christmas gift drive for Foster children organized by Chicago Department of Children and Family Services. Click on the link here to read more about this year’s drive.
Spanning over three days and featuring live music, live choir, folklore mini concerts as well as great Serbian food and dishes, SerbFest is quickly becoming one of the best festivals in Central Florida. Come and enjoy roasted lamb and pork hot off the spit as well as other grilled items that you won't be able to taste anywhere else. Indulge in homemade cakes,... crepes, donuts and other mouth-watering pastries that will leave you wanting more.
Today is marked the 70th anniversary since the crime which was committed by the German occupation authorities on August 17, 1941 in Terazije.
Senior officials, senators, lawmakers and Church leaders denounced recent statements by Israeli authorities on the Judith Church on the west bank of the River Jordan and renaming it the "Baptism Church".
Senior officials, bishops and Christian clergymen stressed that excavations have clearly proved that the eastern side of the River Jordan is the place where Jesus Christ was baptised, known worldwide as the "Baptism Site", contrary to what the Israelis claimed.