Sunday of Orthodoxy solemnly celebrated
Gnjilane - On the first week of the Great Lent - the Sunday of Orthodoxy - Bishop Teodosije of Raska-Prizren served the Holy Liturgy in the monastery of Draganac near Gnjilane with the concelebration of protosyngellos Kiril and hieromonk Ilarion. About forty believers participated in the Liturgy and later partook the Holy Communion.
Decani - The Sunday of Orthodoxy was solemnly celebrated also in the monastery of Decani, where after the Holy Liturgy the procession with icons was held and the Synodical of Orthodoxy was read. The students of the Prizren Seminary enhanced this manifestation with their presence.
Zadar - On Sunday of Orthodoxy, March 4, 2012 His Grace Bishop Fotije of Dalmatia served the Holy Hiearchal Liturgy in the church of St. Elijah in Zadar with the concelebration of monks and priests of the Diocese of Dalmatia. At the end of the Holy Liturgy f. Petar Jovanovic, parish priest of Zadar prepared a table of love for the present guests and priests.
Mostar - In the old church of the Nativity of the Most Holy Theotokos in Mostar, the solemnly was celebrated the Sunday of Orthodoxy - the feast day of the victory over iconoclasm. The Divine Liturgy was led by His Grace Bishop Grigorije with the concelebration of local priests. The church was small to accept all believers whi came to partook the Holy Communion. After the Liturgy the Bishop held a sermon.
Bileca - The first week of the Great Lent, Sunday of Orthodoxy, was also celebrated in Bileca. In a solemn and prayerful atmosphere, and in the presence of many believers the holiday's morning service was served and then the Holy Liturgy which was led by head of the Cathedral church in Bileca, protopresbyter-staurophor Milutin Andric with the concelebration of protopresbyter-staurophor Radivoje Govedarica.
Nis - On Sunday of the celebration of the victory of the Orthodoxy over iconoclasm, the Bishop Jovan of Nis served the Holy service of God in the Cathedral church in Nis. After the Holy Liturgy the ancient Orthodox custom of the cross procession of the Orthodox who bore icons in their arms. At the porch of the church the Synodical from 843 was read and held a sermon speaking about today's feast day and of the miraculous victory of the Orthodoxy.