Eparchial (Diocesan) News
In the monastery of Crna reka a traditional monastic Patron Saint's Day - St. Michael the Archangel was formally celebrated. Last night a solemn vesper service was served by His Grace Bishop Teodosije along with a few abbots of the monastery, as well as local priesthood./photo gallery/
With a blessing and on behalf of His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch , His Grace Bishop Atanasije of Hvosno, Vicar of His Holiness, served today the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy in the church of St. George the Great martyr in Banovo Brdo.
TO ALL PARISHES, ADMINISTRATIONS AND EXECUTIVE BOARDS OF THE SERBIAN EASTERN AMERICAN DIOCESE
On November 3rd, 2010, a strong earthquake hit the city of Kraljevo and its suburban areas, causing huge material damage estimated to be over a 100 millions of Euros, and taking several human lives. Having in mind that many, on these cold autumn days were left without shelter, heating, clothing, food and water, we implore you to collect funds for our brothers and sisters, so that in such a manner, we manifest our Christian love.
After the ravaging earthquake in Serbia the Serbian Orthodox Bishop of Central Europe, His Grace Konstantin (Djokic), has issued an urgent appeal to help the victims. The appeal is strongly supported by Their Royal Highnesses Prince Karl Wladimir and Princess Brigitte of Yugoslavia: Germany-based members of the Serbian and Yougoslav Royal House of Karadjordjevic.
Upon the invitation of the colonel Iorgos Hadjiteophanos, the commander of the Greek forces of the KFOR in Kosovo, Locum Tenens of the Diocese of Raska-Prizren and Kosovo-Metohia, Metropolitan Amfilohije, visited on November 3, 2010 a military base of the Greek KFOR " Rigas Feraios" near Urosevac and served the Divine Liturgy in a side chapel of St. Christopher. /photo gallery/
His Grace Bishop Atanasije of Hvosno, Vicar of Serbian Patriarch, served yesterday in the church of St. Sava in Belgrade the memorial service to King Peter II Karageorgevich. At the prayerful remembrance of King Peter, besides priests and deacons of the Archbishopric of Belgrade-Karlovac who served, there were representatives of many organizations and associations, and lots of believers of the capital.