Many Orthodox believers, priests and monks of the Diocese of Dabrobosna solemnly welcomed Serbian Patriarch Irinej at the Dobrun Monastery.
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Lots of Orthodox believers from Visegrad and nearby suburbs, monks and priests of the Diocese of Dabrobosna on Wednesday evening welcomed Serbian Patriarch Irinej. The festive welcome was enhanced also by young folklorists from the Serbian Sokol society "SOKO" from Dobrun, and Patriarch Irinej had been welcomed before on the border crossing Vardiste by Metropolitan Nikolaj of Dabrobosna and mayor of Visegrad Tomislav Popovic..
His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch attended last night in the amphitheater of the Faculty of the Orthodox Theology of the University of Belgrade the solemn academy regarding 175 years of the St. Sava Seminary in Belgrade. Following the welcoming speech of protopresbyter-staurophor Dragan Protic, the dean of the Seminary, there was an inspired St.Sava speech of Goran Radenkovic, the professor of the Seminary.
On Sunday after the Ressurection of the Christ, (St. Thomas Sunday), in the church of St. Nikolaj in Pula, the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy was served by: His Eminence Metropolitan Jovan of Zagreb-Ljubljana, His Grace Bishop Fotije of Dalmatia and the host, Bishop Gerasim of Gornji Karlovac with the concelebration of priests and monks of dioceses of Dalmatia and Gornji Karlovac. Pupils of the Seminary Three Holly Hierarchs from the Krka monastery magnified the Liturgy.
Source: Metropolitanate of Zagreb-Ljubljana
On the Third Monday after Pascha on the day of the transfer of the relics of St. Joanikije of Devic on May 9, 2011 Bishop Jovan of Sumadija served the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy in Kragujevac's suburb of Bresnica in the church of St. Joanikije of Devic with the concelebration of many local priests.
His Grace Bishop Konstantin of Middle Europe served on Sunday, May 8, the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy in the church of St. George the Great-martyr and the Victor-bearer in Osnabruck in the northwest of Germany. He was concelebrated by presbyters Sinisa Vujasinovic from Osnabrück and Nedjeljko Djokic from Düsseldorf with deacons Slavisa Bozic from Vienna and Aleksandar Perkovic from Hildesheim, and the service was attended by Their Royal Highnesses Prince Vladimir and Princess Brigita of Yugoslavia, consul of Serbia in Hamburg, Vojin Dragisic.