Serbian Orthodox Church

St. Vitus Day in Dalmatia

St. Vitus Day in Dalmatia
St. Vitus Day in Dalmatia
St. Vitus Day in Dalmatia
St. Vitus Day in Dalmatia

On the feast day of great martyr of Kosovo's prince Lazar (July 28, 2011) His Grace Bishop Fotije of Dalmatia served the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy in the St Lazarica Monastery in Dalmatian Kosovo, with the concelebration of priests and monks of the Diocese of Dalmatia.

St. Vitus Day prayerfully celebrated in Djurdjevi Stupovi Monastery

St. Vitus Day prayerfully celebrated in Djurdjevi Stupovi Monastery
St. Vitus Day prayerfully celebrated in Djurdjevi Stupovi Monastery
St. Vitus Day prayerfully celebrated in Djurdjevi Stupovi Monastery
St. Vitus Day prayerfully celebrated in Djurdjevi Stupovi Monastery

His Grace Bishop Joanikije of Budimlje-Niksic served on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 on the feast day of Holy Martyr Prince Lazar and all Serbian martyrs - the St. Vitus Day, the Divine Liturgy in the Djurdjevi Stupovi Monastery.

After four centuries a new church in Duljevici

In the village of Dubljevici in Piva, after almost 400 years a new church was raised. It was built in less than a year by members of the tribe Dubljevic and Poleksic. Mosto of them live in Montenegro, Serbia and around the world.

St. Vitus Day in the crypt of St. Prince Lazar

St. Vitus Day in the crypt of St. Prince Lazar
St. Vitus Day in the crypt of St. Prince Lazar
St. Vitus Day in the crypt of St. Prince Lazar
St. Vitus Day in the crypt of St. Prince Lazar

His Grace Vicar Bishop Atanasije opened last night in the St. Sava Memorial Cathedral on Vracar, in the crypt of St. Prince Lazar, the St. Vitus Day concert - prayerful and spiritual gathering of the Serbian church choirs: Women's choir of the Singing society Venerable Rafailo Banatski with the conducter Senka Milisavljevic, a choir Venerable Roman Slatkopojac with the conductor Tatjana Krga, the First Belgrade Singing Society with the conductor Svetlana Vilic and the Singing society Mokranjac at the St. Sava church with the conductor Jelena Jez. Verses were spoken by the actor Ivan Jevtovic.