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King's College London Welcomes "The Christian Heritage of Kosovo and Metohija."

King's College London Welcomes "The Christian Heritage of Kosovo and Metohija."
King's College London Welcomes "The Christian Heritage of Kosovo and Metohija."
King's College London Welcomes "The Christian Heritage of Kosovo and Metohija."
King's College London Welcomes "The Christian Heritage of Kosovo and Metohija."

On May 10, at King’s College London, one of the top 20 universities in the world (2013-4 QS international world rankings), a rare history and fine art book, published by Sebastian Press, was presented to a wider public interested to study or expand their knowledge about the cultural heritage of Kosovo and Metohija (Serbia). 

Bishop Maxim of Western America and Abbott Sava of Decani Monastery spoke about the book at the College Chapel at the Strand. This chapel is seen by many as the spiritual heart of the College. Vocal quartet led by Bozidar Smiljanic sung during the presentation.

New magazine launched by Russian Orthodox Association to promote contemporary Christian art

A group of Russian Orthodox artists and intellectuals has launched an arts journal in an effort to promote the role of religious art in today’s increasingly secular society.

The launch of Dary, or “Gifts”, which is published in a glossy magazine format, came just before Patriarch Kirill I of the Russian Orthodox Church publicly denounced Kazimir Malevich’s Black Square, 1915 as a “black and frightening” reflection of darkness both in the soul of the artist and in society at large.

The magazine is published by Artos, an association created to promote Christian contemporary culture. “Artos” is a Greek word that the Russian Orthodox Church uses to signify “communion bread”. The association’s statement of purpose reads: “In the modern era, which some characterise as ‘post-Christian’, there are artists who are inspired by the Bible and the teachings of the Church, and who feel a strong connection with tradition. At the same time they are searching for a new figurative and artistic language.”

The Christian Heritage of Kosovo and Metohija

Published by the Episcopal Council of the Serbian Orthodox Church in North and South America


This books is a vibrant testimony to the incredible efforts made by the Serbian Orthodox Church to create a spiritual culture, maintain its monuments, and preserve its inheritance in Kosovo and Metohija. This full-color hardcover book of more than 900 pages will act as a beacon to future generations of young Serbian men and women to ensure that the testament of Kosovo will endure all historical tributions.  

Become a Sponsor of this timely monograph! The book will be distributed in institutions, libraries, and other settings.  We welcome and encourage organizations and individuals to become sponsors of this unique publication.  How to become a sponsor?  We have a range of sponsorship opportunities available.  Benefits of sponsorships include recognition in the book and on our website, persional copies of the books, and more! 

Winter 2015 Issue of The Path of Orthodoxy Online

The Winter 2015 Issue of The Path of Orthodoxy is now available online. Read in this issue The Sermon of St. Sava on the True Faith, delivered by Saint Sava during the first Ecclesiastical - national Council in Monastery Zica on the Ascension Day in 1220. Also, Fr. Dragan Kainovic, in his article "In the Days of Fasting" takes a serious look at how important our diet is during Lent, in light of the words and instruction given by our Lord found in Scripture. In his editorial, Fr. Bratislav Krsic, takes a closer look at the role of the so-called diaspora in the mission of Christ's Church and the role all of us play in spreading Orthodoxy. 

You'll find the Youth pages, parish news, Serbian section and much more.

Monks from Kovilj Monastery to perform with Kronos Quartet at Carnegie Hall - March 7, 2015

The Kronos Quartet will perform a piece by Serbian composer Aleksandra Vrebalov “Beyond Zero: 1914-1918″ at Carnegie Hall, on March 7, 2015.

During the past couple of months, “Beyond Zero: 1914-1918″ was shown at the Bill Morrison film retrospective at MOMA in New York City and in Serbia, with The Kovilj Monastery Choir joining Kronos Quartet on stage. The monastic choir joined Kronos Quartet in performance of a Byzantine Chant that ends “Beyond Zero: 1914-1918″, a piece that composer Vrebalov and filmmaker Morrison made in commemoration of the centennial of World World One.

if you would like to help bring five members of the Kovilj Monastery Choir to perform with Kronos Quartet at Carnegie Hall on March 7, 2015,  please click here or on the image above for information on how to contribute.