This psalm resonated throughout the entire 100th Anniversary celebration of the St. George Serbian Orthodox Church in Schererville, Indiana October 22 and 23rd. A celebration of this magnitude rallied all of our parishioners and church affiliated organizations to plan and prepare for this two-day jubilee: the Anniversary Committee, our Church School Executive Board, KSS St. George, S.S.S. Bishop Stefan Lastavica, St. George Church School, Tromedja Folklore Groups, SNF Lodge #171 Djurdjevdanski Uranak, our local Chetnik organizations, and the Halls of St. George Staff. /PHOTO GALLERY/
His Grace Bishop Irinej of Metropolitanate of Australia and New Zealand visited last weekend Melbourn, the capital of Victoria. After his speech on Friday at the protest of the Coptic Orthodox Church at the Federation Square, next morning, on All Souls' Day, the Bishop served the requiem service in the church of St. Sava in the monastery of Elaine.
On the day of St. Great-Martyr Demetrius the Thessaloniki Myrrh-Streamer, the Divine Liturgy, was served by His Grace Bishop David of Krusevac in the Cathedral church of St. Great-Martyr George in Krusevac. At the Liturgy brethren of the church of St. George the Great-martyr concelebrated and the faithful people of Krusevac.
His Grace Bishop Grigorije of Zahumlje-Herzegovina on the feast day of St. Great-Martyr Demetrius served the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy in Nevesinje's Cathedral church Bishop was concelebrated by heugomen of Tvrdos hieromonk Sava, priests Blagota Vasiljevic, Radivoje Krulj, Nikola Jankovic, Mladen Zulovic, hierodeacon Porfirije and deacon Aleksandar Gajic.
PARISH PRIEST OF PRISTINA CALLS SERBS TO RETURN TO PRISTINA
Parish priest of Pristina Darko Marinkovic called the displaced to return to Pristina and join a group of seventy Serbs who live in that city. Parish priest said that displaced Serbs could return to their city and live in Pristina in which now with two priest's families and their children 70 Serbs live.