Yesterday, on November 12, 2012, eleven months were completed since Archbishop Jovan is in detention.
Although he is already sentenced to a prison term, under the excuse that there is a new court process against him, the authorities are illegally and persistently keeping Archbishop Jovan in detention! There are other prisoners, such as the sentenced Ljube Boskovski, against whom new court processes are ongoing, but as opposed to Archbishop Jovan, they are not placed in detention, but in the Idrizovo prison! Only against one man different orders are being carried out, as if there were a purpose of silently killing him, and that man is Archbishop Jovan of Ohrid!
The purpose of detention is ensuring the presence at the court hearings and preventing the influence upon the other accused persons. The presence of Archbishop Jovan would have nevertheless been ensured if he were in the Idrizovo prison, and from there he would also not be able to influence anybody! But, despite the fact that he has diabetes as well as other health problems, Archbishop Jovan is tendentiously being held in the strict detention regime: twenty-three hours he is confined in a cell, without medical care, and with restrictions to the food that is being sent to him due to his illness, without fresh air, and for whole six months nobody has visited him, because the visits are prohibited even to the only ones that had the right to visit him, his mother and his sister!
His Holiness Kyr Irinej, Serbian Patriarch celebrated the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy in the church of Saint Great Martyr Demetrius of Thessaloniki in New Belgrade.
Following the cutting of the slava cake, His Holiness addressed the guests and people.
His Holiness Kyr Irinej, Serbian Patriarch, along with His Eminence Kyr Amfilohije, Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral went on Thursday, November 8th, 2012 on a funeral of Bulgarian Patriarch Maxim. The funeral service and requiem have been served this morning at Cathedral church of Saint Alexander Nevsky in Sofia.
Bishop Atanasije on Zebrnjak Serves Memorial Service for the fallen Heroes of the Battle of Kumanovo31. October 2012 - 17:02
A central ceremony of the centennial of the Battle of Kumanovo was celebrated on Sunday, October 28, 2012, at the very place of the battle, below the remains of the monument to the heroes of this battle – at Zebrnjak near Kumanovo. His Grace Atanasije, Bishop of Hvosno, Vicar to His Holiness, served the memorial service for the fallen heroes.