Serbian Orthodox Church
HIs Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch received yesterday a group of young scientits - inovators Strawberry energy who deal with research and development of the renewable energy sources (solar energy, winds, termal waters...).
Djurdjevi Stupovi - The Divine Liturgy on the feast day of Saint Sava, the First Arcbiship of Serbia, His Grace Bishop Joanikije of Budimlje-Niksic served in the monastery of Djurdjevi Stupovi. Many are against Saint Sava here in Montenegro, where his cult was particularly strong and where he was respected with love and celebated at homes and schools and there is almost nor a hill neither a field which bears his name. All the Petrovics, until the last ruler of Montenegro, were loyal to Saint Sava and followed him, and King Nikola wrote that beautiful poem about St. Sava as the national figure, as the school slava and the teacher of the youth. And once one will say that the cult of Saint Sava is imported from Serbia by us, which is not true, said Bishop Joanikije in its sermon.
On the feast day of the Honorable Chains of the Holy and All-Praised Apostle Peter, His Eminence Metropolitan Jovan of Zagreb-Ljubljana celebrated its slava with the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy which he served along with His Grace Bishop Vasilije of Srem and with the concelebration of many priests and deacons of the Metropolitanate of Zagreb-Ljubljana and the Diocese of Srem.
His Grace vicar Bishop Andrej of Remesiana opened on January 30, 2011 at the embassy of the Republic of Serbia in London an exhibition devoted to Holy Emperor Constantine and Empress Helena.
The exhibition is organized by the Christian Cultural Centre and the Radion Slovo Ljubve.
His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch attended yesterday in the ceremonial hall of the Serbian Academy for Sciences and Arts the presentation of the Serbian Encyclopaedia (Volume I, book 1-2) in the joint publication of the Matica Srpska, SASA and the Institute for School Books and Teaching Aid.
His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch recieved yesterday at the Serbian Patriarchate in Belgrade Mr. Stavros Dimas, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece accompanied by Mr. Demostenis Stoidis, ambassador of Greece in Belgrade, Mr. Haralampos Dimitriou, director of the Direction for neighbouring countries; Mrs Maria Luisa Marinaki, deputy director of the Direction for neighbouring contries; Mr. Hristos Panagopulous, chief of the Office; and Mr. Grigorios Delavekouras, spokesman of the Ministry.