Serbian Orthodox Church

Consecration of the premises of JAT Airways

With the blessing and on behalf of His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch, His Grace Bishop Irinej of the Metropolitanate of Australia and New Zealand with parish priest protopresbyter-stavrophor Rajko Nedic consecrated the premises of JAT Airways (Air Serbia)

Bishop Irinej conveyed the blessing of His Holiness to  the employees of the national airline and wished them better cooperation in the world and flights to more destinations.

Orthodox primates visit Cetinje Monastery

Orthodox primates visit Cetinje Monastery
Orthodox primates visit Cetinje Monastery
Orthodox primates visit Cetinje Monastery
Orthodox primates visit Cetinje Monastery

The celebration of the 1700th anniversary of the Edict of Milan and the consecration of Podgorica's Cathedral chruch of the Resurrection of Christ tonigh last night was ended with the visit of the primates of the Local Orthodox Churches, led by Patriarchs Ecumenical Bartholomew and Serbian Irinej, to the Cetinje Monastery.

The church primates were welcomed by the brotherhood of the monastery of Cetinje led by abbot of this sacred place Archimandrite Metodije (Ostojic), professors and students of the Seminary "Saint Peter of Cetinje"led by the rector of this instution protopresbyter-stavrophor Gojko Perovic and the faithful of Cetinje. 

Chapel of Saint Stephen the First-Crowned consecrated at the army barracks "Prince Mihailo" in Nis

Chapel of Saint Stephen the First-Crowned consecrated at the army barracks "Prince Mihailo" in Nis
Chapel of Saint Stephen the First-Crowned consecrated at the army barracks "Prince Mihailo" in Nis
Chapel of Saint Stephen the First-Crowned consecrated at the army barracks "Prince Mihailo" in Nis
Chapel of Saint Stephen the First-Crowned consecrated at the army barracks "Prince Mihailo" in Nis

The contribution of the Serbian Armed Forces to the celebration of the jubilee of the Edict of Milan

On Monday, 16th after Pentecost, when the Church celebrates the commemoration of Saint King Stephen the First-Crowned - Simon the monk, at the army barrack "Prince Mihajlo" in Nis, the chapel was consecrated, which is built in honour of this saint. The consecration was performed by His Grace Bishop Porfirije of Jegar with the concelebration of two military priests from the General staff of the Serbian Armed Forces and the clergy of Nis. Commander of the 3rd Land Force brigade General Zelimir Glisovic with officers and soldiers attended the service.

Podgorica's church consecrated, Primates serve Liturgy

Eight primates of the Local Orthodox Churches led by Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, Russian Patriarch Kirill and Serbian Patriarch Irinej consecrated this morning Podgorica's Cathedral church of the Resurrection of Christ. 

Besides three Patriarchs the church was consecrated also by Archbishop Chrysostomos of Cyprus, Ieronimos of Athens, Anastasios of Albania, Metropolitan Sava of Warsaw and All Poland, as well as Locum Tenens of Metropolitan's throne of Czech lands and Slovakia Archbishop Symeon of Olomouc and Brno. 

Ecumenical Patriarch and other Orthodox primates arrive in Montenegro

Ecumenical Patriarch and other Orthodox primates arrive in Montenegro
Ecumenical Patriarch and other Orthodox primates arrive in Montenegro
Ecumenical Patriarch and other Orthodox primates arrive in Montenegro
Ecumenical Patriarch and other Orthodox primates arrive in Montenegro

His All-Holiness Archbishop of Constantinple, New Rome Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew and other Orthodox primates, participants of the celebration of the 17 centuries of the Edict of Milan and the ceremony of consecration of the Cathedral Church in Podgorica, came last night with the special plane of "Montenegro Airlines" to Montenegro.

With the same plane the holy relics, hand of Saint John the Baptist and particle of Precious Cross of the Lord, came, which will be today venerated all day during the consecration of Podgorica's Cathedral church. Metropolitan Amfilohije with the clergy of the Metropolitanate and ambassadors of Serbia, Turkey and Greece in Podgorica welcomed Ecumenical Patriarch and other Orthodox primates, representatives of other Christian churches and traditional religious communities. 

His Beatitude Metropolitan Sava of Warsaw and All Poland in Belgrade

 His Beatitude Metropolitan Sava of Warsaw and All Poland in Belgrade
 His Beatitude Metropolitan Sava of Warsaw and All Poland in Belgrade
 His Beatitude Metropolitan Sava of Warsaw and All Poland in Belgrade
 His Beatitude Metropolitan Sava of Warsaw and All Poland in Belgrade

Today afternoon, Metropolitan Sava of Warsaw and All Poland, the Primate of the Polish Orthodox Church arrived from Warsaw to Belgrade. 

His Beatitude is accompanied by Vicar Bishop George Pankowski and protopresbyter George Doroshkevich.The Polish church delegation was welcomed at the airport Nikola Tesla by His Holiness Serbian Patriarch Irinej, Their Graces Bishops: Irinej of Backa, Jovan of Sumadija, Irinej of Australia and New Zealand and Vicar Bishop Andrej of Remesiana.