Liturgy broadcasted on German television

His Grace Bishop Konstantin of Middle Europe served on Sunday, May 8, the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy in the church of St. George the Great-martyr and the Victor-bearer in Osnabruck in the northwest of Germany. He was concelebrated by presbyters Sinisa Vujasinovic from Osnabrück and Nedjeljko Djokic from Düsseldorf with deacons Slavisa Bozic from Vienna and Aleksandar Perkovic from Hildesheim, and the service was attended by Their Royal Highnesses Prince Vladimir and Princess Brigita of Yugoslavia, consul of Serbia in Hamburg, Vojin Dragisic.

The second channel of the German state television (ZDF) broadcasted the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy from  Osnabrück. During the broadcast, the service for the television was commented by hypodeacon Nikolaj Ton, the Secretary General of The German Orthodox Bishops' Conference. The sermon in German was held by presbyter Mladen Janjic from Cologne. 

Link on the website of the ZDF:

This solemn service marked 70 years since the first Divine Liturgy in   Osnabrückwhich was on St. George's Day, on May 6, 1941 served by protopresbyter Milan Jovanovic in   Osnabrück's officer camp.  

Source: Diocese of Middle Europe