Serbian Orthodox Church
The biggest bell in Serbia was consecrated in Milesevo at the Liturgy in the monastery of Milesevo, which was served by Serbian Patriarch irinej with bishops of the Serbian and the Russian Orthodox Church. The Diocese of Milesevo for the first time gave an Order "White Angel".
At the Liturgy in the monastery of Milesevo, which was served by Serbian Patriarch Irinej with bishops of the Serbian and the Russian Orthodox Church, the biggest bell in Serbia was consecrated. The bell, on the occasion of the eight centuries of Milesevo, was given as a gift by the Russian businessman Andrei Kozitsyn.
The event on the occasion of the founder's slava of Milesevo, the feast day of St. King Vladislav, was attended by many bishops of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Deputy Prime Minister of the Government Ivica Dacic, the Russian ambassador Aleksander Konuzin, and many other representatives of cultural and public life of Serbia..
His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch yesterday came in a three-day visit to the Diocese of Milesevo. Serbian Patriarch at the entrance of the Diocese of Milesevo in Kokin Brod was solemnly welcomed by many priests and the faithfull people of this area led by His Grace Bishop Filaret of Milesevo.
With the blessing of His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch, the church of Holy Ascension of God and the Publishing Fund of the Archbishopric of Belgrade-Karlovac organized a pilgrim journey to the monastery of Jasenovac, in the diocese of Slavonija, on September 13, 2011, on the day when the martyrs of Jasenovac are mentioned.
At the joint session of the Holy Synod of Bishops and the Committee for Kosovo and Metohija of the Holy Assembly of Bishops held in Belgrade on September 14-15 on the occasion of the newest events on the north of Kosovo, also one long-lasting decision was made regarding the activity of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Kosovo and Metohija.
Bearing in mind that Kosovo and Metohija demand an endeavor of the entire Church and the nation, it is decided to restore the office of the Committee for Kosovo and Metohija, which was previously led by current Bishop Irinej of Australia and New Zealand, and that it will from now on have its seat in the Patriarchate of Pec. Its task will be an organisation and documenting the work of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija of the Holy Assembly of Bishops, as well as creating an archive and a library regarding Kosovo and Metohija and developments there in general.