Serbian Orthodox Church
The cornerstone of a new church devoted to Holy Trinity, was consecrated and laid by His Grace Bishop Pahomije of Vranje. In this beautiful village, which is unfortunately remains more and more without people because of the great migration, for the first time an Orthodox church is being raised to a spiritual joy of the faithful people of the village of Ploca and all the area.
On Thursday, November 1 of this year, with a clearance of stone walls and a release of deposits formed during the past few centuries, the work on the restoration of St. Paul's Church in the village of Doli commenced, on the hill above the monastery of Sts. Peter and Paul.
Recently residents of Niksic's suburb of Dragova Luka began to restore a church of St. Nicholas, which has been neglected for many years and it is in a very bad shape.
On the feast day of St. Luke the Apostle and St. Peter of Cetinje, His Grace Bishop Gerasim of Gornji Karlovac serve the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy in the Cathedral church of St. Nicholas in Karlovac. His Grace Bishop was concelebrated by protopresbyter-staurophor Slavisa Simakovic and presbyter Sasa Umicevic, from Karlovac.
With a blessing of His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch on yesterday's celebration in the National Theatre in Belgrade on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of the Society of St. Sava , His Grace Vicar Bishop Andrej of Remesiana presented the order of St. Sava to this society of patriots and entepreneurs for successful and prosperous Serbia.
The Orthodox Church celebrated on October 4 the memory of miraculous redemption of the Moscow from Litvanians which happened in 1612 with the help of the miraculous icon of Theotokos of Kazan. The copy of this icon is kept in the church of St. Sava on Vracar where was brought by the love of the brotherly Russian people came during the NATO bombardment of Serbia.