Serbian Orthodox Church

Serbian Patriarch meets German Ambassador

Serbian Patriarch meets German Ambassador
Serbian Patriarch meets German Ambassador
Serbian Patriarch meets German Ambassador
Serbian Patriarch meets German Ambassador

His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch received at the Serbian Patriarchate in Belgrade His Excellency Heinz Wilhelm, German Ambassador to Serbia on October 22, 2012.

 

National World War II Victims Remembrance Day

The National World War II Victims Remembrance Day was marked with the Hierarchal Divine Liturgy at the plateau in front of the church of Holy New Martyrs of Kragujevac in Šumarice. Here on this place on October 21, 1941 thousands of the citizens of Šumadia were killed.

Commemoration for Ilija M. Kolarac at the Cathedral Church in Belgrade

Commemoration for Ilija M. Kolarac at the Cathedral Church in Belgrade

With the blessing of His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch, His Grace Atanasije, Bishop of Hvosno served the Panikhida (memorial service) for Ilija M. Kolarac at Belgrade’s Cathedral church on Friday, October 19th, 2012. Kolarac was a great benefactor, and with Christian goodness and philanthropy he has greatly indebted the Serbian people. The representatives of Ilija M. Kolarac’s Foundation attended the service. 

Relics of Saint Maximus in Serbian Capital City

With the blessing of His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch, His Grace Atanasije, Bishop of Hvosno celebrated on Sunday, October 21, 2012, the Hierarchal Divine Liturgy in the church of Saint Sava on Vracar, with the concelebration of the hieromonks from St. Paul's Monastery of Mount Athos and the clergy from the Archdiocese of Belgrade-Karlovci. His Grace Basil, Bishop of Wichita and Middle America Antiochian Patriachate, attended the Liturgy. Following the Divine Liturgy the relics of Saint Maximus were brought into the church. Multitude of the faithful people of Belgrade showed respect and venerated the holy relics.

The Balkans and the Middle East: Do They Reflect Each Other?

The Balkans and the Middle East: Do They Reflect Each Other?
The Balkans and the Middle East: Do They Reflect Each Other?
The Balkans and the Middle East: Do They Reflect Each Other?
The Balkans and the Middle East: Do They Reflect Each Other?

On the occasion of the centennial of the First World War, The Conference The Balkans and the Middle East: Do They Reflect Each Other? was opened on October 17, 2012 at the parish house of Saint Sava church on Vracar. The Conference was co-hosted by the Office of the Committee of the Holy Assembly of Bishops for Kosovo and Metohija, the Faculty of Security Studies of the University of Belgrade and the Belgrade Open School.

On the first session there were two lectures held by Mr. Martin Van Creveld from the Tel Aviv University on the subject A Tale of Two Disasters, and Shaul Shay from Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, Bar Ilan University, Tel Aviv on the subject The Middle East between Democratization and Islamization.

Centennial of Liberation of Old Serbia

The central celebration of the centennial of the liberation of Old Serbia took place at the Mileševo Monastery

The most festive celebration of the centennial of the liberation of Old Serbia from the Turkish rule was held on October 13-14, 2012 at the Mileševa Monastery with the blessing of His Grace Filaret, Bishop of Mileševo and with the support of the Society of Serbian Hosts and the Municipality of Prijepolje.

Source: Diocese of Milesevo