Serbian Orthodox Church

Saint Sava Celebration in Boston - Boston Elevated to a Cathedral Church

Saint Sava Celebration in Boston - Boston Elevated to a Cathedral Church
Saint Sava Celebration in Boston - Boston Elevated to a Cathedral Church
Saint Sava Celebration in Boston - Boston Elevated to a Cathedral Church
Saint Sava Celebration in Boston - Boston Elevated to a Cathedral Church

The Serbian community in Boston celebrated its Patronal Feast on Sunday, January 29, 2017. This year's celebration was particularly special as the parish welcomed in their midst for the first time their newly appointed bishop, His Grace Bishop Irinej. His Grace arrived on Saturday from Biddeford, ME where he celebrated St. Sava with the Portland Serbian Community.

Celebration of Saint Sava in the Cathedral church in Vienna

Celebration of Saint Sava in the Cathedral church in Vienna
Celebration of Saint Sava in the Cathedral church in Vienna
Celebration of Saint Sava in the Cathedral church in Vienna
Celebration of Saint Sava in the Cathedral church in Vienna

On the feast-day of Saint Sava, the first Archbishop of Serbia and Enlightener of the Serbian people, 27 January 2017, His Grace Bishop Andrej of Austria-Switzerland served the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy in the Cathedral church of Saint Sava in Vienna.

On this occasion the Bishop ordained Deacon Filip Milunovic as priest.

The church was full of the faithful. At the service, the Bishop and clergy cut the slava cake and blessed this year’s Church donators– family Rankovic from Vienna. After the Holy Liturgy a solemn luncheon was prepared for all the present at the Bishop’s residence.

Saint Sava celebration in Youngstown

Saint Sava celebration in Youngstown
Saint Sava celebration in Youngstown
Saint Sava celebration in Youngstown
Saint Sava celebration in Youngstown

The annual Saint Sava celebration was held at Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church in Youngstown, Ohio on January 29th. 

Reverend Father Bosko Stojanovic, parish priest, began the day with the Holy Liturgy.  This year we were blessed with 22 participants in the program that offered poems, songs, and recitations.  This was a historic milestone for our parish since it was the 90th consecutive St. Sava banquet and program that took place in our local community.   The early Serbian pioneers who settled in the Youngstown area left their homeland and brought with them their faith and customs which we proudly continue today through the tradition of St. Sava.  Joining us in the celebration which took place in the Serbian Memorial hall was Reverend Father Dragan Goronjic.   Slavski Kumovi were Slavisa and Iadranca Vlaici and children Nikolas and Lukas.

Mayor of Belgrade visits Serbian Patriarch

Mayor of Belgrade visits Serbian Patriarch
Mayor of Belgrade visits Serbian Patriarch
Mayor of Belgrade visits Serbian Patriarch
Mayor of Belgrade visits Serbian Patriarch

His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch, received Mr. Sinisa Mali, Mayor of Belgrade, at the Serbian Patriarchate in Belgrade on February 1st, 2017.

The audience was attended by His Grace Bishop Arsenije of Toplica, Vicar of Serbian Patriarch, and protopresbyter-staurophor Stojadin Pavlovic, Director of the Administration Office of the Serbian Patriarchate.

Serbian Patriarch meets with Prime Minister of Greece

Serbian Patriarch meets with Prime Minister of Greece
Serbian Patriarch meets with Prime Minister of Greece
Serbian Patriarch meets with Prime Minister of Greece
Serbian Patriarch meets with Prime Minister of Greece

His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch, received Mr. Alexis Tsipras, President of the Government of the Republic of Greece, with associates at the Serbian Patriarchate in Belgrade, on 1 February 2017.

The audience was attended by His Grace Bishop Arsenije of Toplica, Vicar of the Serbian Patriarch.

Saint Sava’s Day in Trieste

Saint Sava’s Day in Trieste
Saint Sava’s Day in Trieste
Saint Sava’s Day in Trieste
Saint Sava’s Day in Trieste

On the feast-day of Saint Sava, 27 January 2017, Archpriest Rasko Radovic officiated the Holy Liturgy, while the choir sang responses. There were ca. 60 of the congregation. The Saind Sava’s academy was held at the city theatre “Bobio” in Trieste being organized by the Church-school community of Saint Spyridon, according to the program prepared by teachers Sladja Markovic, Tatjana Dasic and catechist Fr. Rasko Radovic. Students of the supplementary school “Jovan Miletic” from Trieste performed the program.