Serbian Orthodox Church

Bishop Teodosije: Patience, peace and dignity are the most powerful weapon

Bishop Teodosije: Patience, peace and dignity are the most powerful weapon

Bishop Teodosije of Raska-Prizren called today on the barricades in Rudar the Serbian people to patience, peace and dignity, stating that it was a weapon against which the strongest powers cannot do anything. 

"We must save dignity, patience and peace, because against that weapon the strongest powers cannot do anything. It is the weapon of the church, and people is part of the church", the Bishop said before several hundreds of Serbs who also today gathered at the barricades in a town of Rudare. The Bishop estimated that " the strongest weapon of the Serbian people is faith and hope that all will be solved in the best day.

We pray that God give all love and peace

We pray that God give all love and peace
We pray that God give all love and peace
We pray that God give all love and peace
We pray that God give all love and peace

A parish priest in Zubin Potok, protopresbyter Milan Kevkic with priests and monks has been for days on barricades in a village of Zupce. He says that they are present there becuase the Church in Kosovo and Metohija shares faith of its people. Yesterday they also held a prayer on the barricades. - We pray that God give all love and peace. This prayer is also for the KFOR soldiers, as a call that all this situation  finishes in a pious way - protopresbyter says.

Prayerfull remembrance on heroes of the First World War

Prayerfull remembrance on heroes of the First World War
Prayerfull remembrance on heroes of the First World War
Prayerfull remembrance on heroes of the First World War
Prayerfull remembrance on heroes of the First World War

 

On the occasion of 97th anniversary of the First World War, His Grace Vicar Bishop Atanasije of Hvosno served yesterday in front of the Monument to the Russian Soldiers at the New cemetary in Belgrade a memorial service for the glorious heroes fallen for freedom of the Russian and Serbian people. This prayerful remembrance on soldiers of the First World War was organized by the Embassy of the Russian  Federation in Belgrade and other Russian institutions in Serbia.

Patriarch Irinej: I leave strengthened and amazed by what I experienced in Montenegro

Patriarch Irinej: I leave strengthened and amazed by what I experienced in Montenegro
Patriarch Irinej: I leave strengthened and amazed by what I experienced in Montenegro
Patriarch Irinej: I leave strengthened and amazed by what I experienced in Montenegro
Patriarch Irinej: I leave strengthened and amazed by what I experienced in Montenegro

Within the official visit to the Diocese of Budimlje-Niksic His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch served on Sunday, July 31, on the feast day of St. martyr Aemilian, the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy in the Cathedral church of St. Basil of Ostrog in Niksic.

Serbian Patriarch Irinej warmly welcomed by faithful people in Bijelo Polje, Mojkovac, Piva and Zica monastery

Serbian Patriarch Irinej warmly welcomed by faithful people in Bijelo Polje, Mojkovac, Piva and Zica monastery
Serbian Patriarch Irinej warmly welcomed by faithful people in Bijelo Polje, Mojkovac, Piva and Zica monastery
Serbian Patriarch Irinej warmly welcomed by faithful people in Bijelo Polje, Mojkovac, Piva and Zica monastery
Serbian Patriarch Irinej warmly welcomed by faithful people in Bijelo Polje, Mojkovac, Piva and Zica monastery

Staying in a canonical visit to the Diocese of Budimlje-Niksic His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch was warmly welcomed on July 30, on the feast day of St. Margaret of Antioch by faithful people in Bijelo Polje, Mojkovac, on Zabljak and in Piva.

Serbian Patriarch Irinej serves in Cathedral Church of Basil of Ostrog in Niksic

Serbian Patriarch Irinej serves in Cathedral Church of Basil of Ostrog in Niksic

His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch served the Divine Liturgy in the Cathedral Church of St. Basil of Ostrog in Niksic, with the concelebration of His Eminence  Amfilohije Archbishop of Cetinje and Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral and Their Graces Bishops - retired Atanasije of Herzegovina, Jovan of Sumadija, Joanikije of Budimlje-Niksic, Grigorije of Zahumlje-Herzegovina, newly-elected Jovan of Nis and newly-elected Jovan of Lipljan.