Former Archbishop Chrysostomos I has died, aged 80. His body will lay in state on Sunday and a funeral will be held on Monday.The funeral will be held at 1300 local time (1100 GMT) at the Ayios Ioannis Cathedral in Nicosia. The primate of the Greek Orthodox Church of Cyprus, Archbishop Chrysostomos II will officiate.
The Central event that marked the celebration of the Day of the Archive of Serbia was the signing of the Protocol on the Coooperation between the Serbian Orthodox Church, the Ministry of Culture and the Archive of Serbia, according to which the Archive of Serbia is to offer its professional support to the Serbian Orthodox Church in order to safeguard and put order into the archives of the Serbian Orthodox Church.
Athens, December 2007
His Eminence Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Coastlands, Amfilohije, together with priest Rev. Gajo Gajic, visited the head of the Greek Orthodox Church, His Beatitude Christodoulos, Archbishop of Athens and All Greece. The vistit took place in Athens and with the blessing of His Holiness Serbian Patriarch Pavle.
The health condition of His Holiness Serbian Patriarch Pavle has been showing a continuous, mild improvement over the past seven days. His Holiness presents no increase in body temperature, takes in food by mouth, is communicative and actively cooperates in the current rehabilitation program. Radiological and laboratory control findings indicate improved heart and lung functions, as well as an appeasement of the inflammatory complications.
The therarpeutic program continues along with intenstive monitoring. The rehabilitаtion treatment applied is producing a positive effect.
Information Service of the Serbian Orthodox Church
On Friday, November 30, 2007, the Ministry for Kosovo and Metohija is organizing a Round Table on «THE SERBIAN SPIRITUAL HERITAGE OF KOSOVO AND METOHIJA AND ITS PLACE IN EUROPEAN CULTURE», to be held at the Annex Room of the «Sava Center» in Belgrade.
Patriarch Pavle And Crown Prince Alexander Extend An Invitation For Assistance To Chilandar Monastery: The Renewal Of Chilandar Monastery The Is Common Concern Of The Church, Crown And People8. March 2004 - 20:37
His Holiness Serbian Patriarch Pavle, together with his closest co-workers, received today at the Patriarchal Residence in Belgrade, His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander Karageorgevich, among whose entourage, were Captain Panagiotis Tsakos and Mr. Thomas Zephyres, from Greece, great friends of the Serbian people and their Church, as well as Mr. Dragan Acovich, a member of the Crown Counsel.