Serbian Orthodox Church

The Serbian Patriarch in the Hungarian Parliament

The Serbian Patriarch in the Hungarian Parliament
The Serbian Patriarch in the Hungarian Parliament
The Serbian Patriarch in the Hungarian Parliament
The Serbian Patriarch in the Hungarian Parliament

The Serbian Patriarch Irinej payed a visitto the Parliament of Hungary on May 26, 2019.

His Holiness was met by State Secretary Sholtes Miklosh, who exposed to the Church dignitaries a brief history of the magnificent building as well as history of the Hungarian people in general. The reception was attended by Bishops: Lukian of Buda (Hungary), Kiril of South America, Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia Ivan Todorov, a Serbian representative in the Parliament Ljubomir Aleksov.

Triumphant Patriarchal Liturgy in Szentendre

Triumphant Patriarchal Liturgy in Szentendre
Triumphant Patriarchal Liturgy in Szentendre
Triumphant Patriarchal Liturgy in Szentendre
Triumphant Patriarchal Liturgy in Szentendre

His Holiness Patriarch Irinej celebrated Divine Liturgy in the Szentendre Cathedral on May 26, 2019, on the Sunday of the Samaritan Woman.

The Primate of the Serbian Church was concelebrated by Bishops: Lukijan of Buda (Hungary), Kiril of Buenos Aires and South America and Vicar Bishop Isihije of Mohacs with a number of clergy. The Holy Liturgy was attended by the Vice-President of the Government of Hungary Dr. Zsolt Semjén and the State Secretary Miklós Soltész.

 

Patriarch visited the Serbian school in Budapest

Patriarch visited the Serbian school in Budapest
Patriarch visited the Serbian school in Budapest
Patriarch visited the Serbian school in Budapest
Patriarch visited the Serbian school in Budapest

His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch, visited the Serbian Primary and the High school “Nikola Tesla” in Budapest on 27 May 2019.

His Holiness was greeted by pupils, teachers, professors and the principal of the school, Professor Dr. Jovanka Lastic, who made the Patriarch  known with the circumstances in which the school functions and its curriculum. The Patriarch talked to pupils about the significance of education and preservation of the Serbian identity.

“Serbian Patriarch Pavle” Center opened in Brcko

“Serbian Patriarch Pavle” Center opened in Brcko
“Serbian Patriarch Pavle” Center opened in Brcko
“Serbian Patriarch Pavle” Center opened in Brcko
“Serbian Patriarch Pavle” Center opened in Brcko

The Cultural and Administrative Center “Serbian Patriarch Pavle” was solemnly consecrated and opened.

His Grace Vicar Bishop Stefan of Remesiana, envoy of His Holiness Serbian Patriarch, Bishops Fotije of Tuzla and Heruvim of Osek-Polje, President of the Republic of Srpska Mrs. Zeljka Cvijanovic, ministers in the Government of the Republic of Srpska, and other cultural,  religious and political dignitaries attended the event along with the faithful people.

New Museum of the Diocese of Buda opened in Szentendre

New Museum of the Diocese of Buda opened in Szentendre
New Museum of the Diocese of Buda opened in Szentendre
New Museum of the Diocese of Buda opened in Szentendre
New Museum of the Diocese of Buda opened in Szentendre

This new Museum of the Serbian Diocese of Buda (Budapest) was solemnly opened on the 25th of May 2019 in Szentendre

While paying an official archpastoral visitation to the Diocese of Buda and its residence city Szentendre, the Serbian Patriarch Irinej visited first the Serbian Cathedral church knows also as the Belgrade church.

The Serbian Patriarch visited Basilica of Saint Stephen in Budapest

The Serbian Patriarch visited Basilica of Saint Stephen in Budapest
The Serbian Patriarch visited Basilica of Saint Stephen in Budapest
The Serbian Patriarch visited Basilica of Saint Stephen in Budapest
The Serbian Patriarch visited Basilica of Saint Stephen in Budapest

His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch, visited the Basilica of Saint Stephen in Budapest on 25 May 2019, where he was greeted  by Bishop Snell György who informed the high guest and his delegation about the history of this famous basilica and presented him the saintly life of its patron, the first Hungarian Christian king Stephen.

On the same day, Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to Hungary Mr. Ivan Todorov arranged a reception for the Serbian Pariarch and the members of the Church delegation, Bishop Lukijan of Buda and Vicar Bishop Isihije of Mohacs, at the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Budapest. The reception was attended also by Secretary General of the President of Serbia Mr. Nikola Selakovic, Director of the Office for Cooperation with Churches and Religious Communities Mr. Mileta Radojevic and lieutenant colonel Dusko Djekic, military attaché of the Republic of Serbia to Hungary.

Milunka Savic Folklore Group Performs at Shannon Staub Library

Milunka Savic Folklore Group Performs at Shannon Staub Library
Milunka Savic Folklore Group Performs at Shannon Staub Library
Milunka Savic Folklore Group Performs at Shannon Staub Library
Milunka Savic Folklore Group Performs at Shannon Staub Library

The St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church Milunka Savich Folklore Group performed at the Shannon Staub Library in North Port, Florida.

There was a very good attendance for the show.  A special guest in attendance was Jill Luke, North Port City Commissioner as well as the Library Manager Will Blydewburg (who came in on his day off) and Assistant Library Manager Joann Schmaler.