Serbian Orthodox Church
The members of the association St. Margaret of Livanj and SNS Prebilovci together with compatriots and relatives of Serbian New Martyrs gathered today in the Belgrade church of St. Mark to prayerfully mark the 70th anniversary of suffering, the most terrible pogrom and genocide of the Serbian Orthodox people on territories of Herzegovina, Banija, Lika, Kordun, Dalmatia, Slavonia...
In St. Gabriel the Archangel in Zemun the Patron Saint's Day of this holy family. The Holy Hierarchal Liturgy was served with the blessing of His Grace Vicar Bishop Atanasije of Hvosno with the concelebration of the priesthood of churches of Zemun. After the Holy Liturgy, Bishop Atanasije cut the slava cake which was prepared this year by presbyter Nebojsa Topolic with family.
On Tuesday, July 26 2011 when our Holy Church celebrates the Synaxis of St. Gabriel the Archangel, the Patron Saint's Day of this St. Archangel's church on Dedinje in Belgrade.
In St. Archangels monastery near Prizren on July 26 2011 the Patron Saint's Day of the monastery was solemnly celebrated. The Holy Liturgy was served by Bishop Teodosije of Raska-Prizren with the concelebration of priests and monks of the Diocese, as well as with a participation of about two hundred believers from many parts of Kosovo and Metohija, central Serbia and Montenegro. Bishop spoke especially about St. Archangel Gabriel who brought the good news to the Most Holy Theotokos, informing her about the birth of Christ the Saviour.
The feast day of Sts. Peter and Paul the Apostles gathers each year the Church of Christ in Auckville around the church raised in their honor. Also this year of the Lord St. Peter's Day was solemnly celebrated, at first with the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy.
The Holy Hierarchal Liturgy was served by Bishop Grigorije of Canada, with the concelebration of the head of the church protopresbyter Zlatibor Djurasevic and other priests.
During the 2011 season of Great Lent, students in the second grade class of St. Nicholas Serbian Orthodox Church, Steelton, PA prepared for their First Holy Confession. Our church school curriculum designates this time to focus on the Sacrament of Reconciliation and uses a book of exercises and activities called “Making Things Right” to help young students understand themselves, become more aware of their relationship with God and discuss the effects of wrong-doing while being constantly reminded of God’s ever forgiving love.