Serbian Orthodox Church
In the church of Ressurection of Christ in Valjevo, on Sunday of Holy Fathers of the Sixth Ecumenical Assembly, His Grace Bishop Milutin of Valjevo served the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy with the concelebration of priests of this church, protosyngellos Nikodim (Bogosavljevic), hierodecaon Siluan (Mrakic) - deacon of Bishop of Valjevo and deacon Dejan Tripkovic, secretary of Bishop of Valjevo.
Bishop Teodosije of Raska-Prizren served yesterday the Divine Liturgy in the church of St.George the Great Martyr in Zvecan. Bishop Teodosije was concelebrated by priesthood of the hierarchal regency of Mitrovica, and at the Divine Liturgy about hundred believers participated from Zvecani and area. Bishop Teodosije, who has been present in a last couple of days on the north of Kosovo, visited people who took parti in the peaceful protests.
On the occasion of seventy years since the massacre in Glina's church, His Grace Bishop Gerasim of Gornji Karlovac served the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy in the relocated Glina's church and then also a memorial service on the place of the former church where innocent Orthodox Serbs were killed by criminal hands, with the concelebration of protopresbyter-staurophor Petar Lukic, head of the Cathedral church in Belgrade, presbyter Slavko Sarac of Petrinje and presbyter Slobodan Drakulic, Glina's parish priest.
His Grace Bishop Mitrophan of Eastern America made a visit on Thursday, July 28, 2011 to St. Mark's Monastery located outside of Lorain in Sheffield, Ohio, a short drive from the shores of Lake Erie.
This year marks the 60th anniversary since the martyrdom of the immortal and legendary leader of the Third Serbian Uprising - General Dragoljub “Draza” Mihailovic. Together with him, at the hands of atheist Communists and Serbian degenerates, other well-known Serbian champions and heroes suffered a tragic death, including General Kosta Mušicki. To commemorate this solemn historic event, a memorial service for the blessed repose of their souls was served at St. George Serbian Orthodox Church in Schererville, Indiana.