Serbian Orthodox Church

Bishop Atanasije opens soup kitchen in Prekovci, visits school and faithful in Paralovo

ЕThe Diocese of Raška-Prizren and Kosovo-Metohija, together with the NGO "Majka devet Jugovića" (Mother of the Nine Jugoviches) today officially opened its fifth soup kitchen and bakery in the village of Prekovci near Novo Brdo. The new soup kitchen, which is located on the premises of the (already existing) soup kitchen in Prekovci, will provide daily hot meals and bread to the poorest citizens in the municipality of Gnjilane.

Cathedral’s slava celebration in Chicago

Parishioners and friends of Holy Resurrection Serbian Orthodox Cathedral in Chicago gathered to celebrate the Cathedral's annual Slava on Sunday, April 11th, 2010. The annual Cathedral Slava is traditionally celebrated on the first Sunday following PASCHA, also called St. Thomas' Sunday.

Ordination and elevation at akron parish

His Grace Bishop Mitrophan of Eastern America officiated at the Holy Hierarchical Divine Liturgy at St. Archangel Michael Serbian Orthodox Church in Akron, Ohio on Sunday, April 18, 2010, the Sunday of the Holy Myrrhbearing Women.

Serbian Orthodox Church vandalized with fascist graffiti in Sinj, Croatia

A Serbian Orthodox Church in Sinj, Croatia, has been vandalized with fascist graffiti, reports of Info service of Diocese of Dalmatia said.

The Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) Diocese of Dalmatia announced on Monday that the incident was meant to threaten and pressure Serbs there. The recently restored Church of St. Peter and Paul has been completely covered in hate graffiti directed against Serbs, that also glorified the WW2 puppet Nazi Independent State of Croatia (NDH), said the statement. "This act of unheard-of vandalism has been reported to the local police," said the diocese.

Source: Diocese of Dalmatia