On Friday, October 28, at the Book Fair there was a presentation of a new edition of the Holy Bible Old and New Testament (along with deuterocanonical books which were translated into Serbian by His Eminence Metropolitan Amfilohije of Montenegro and the Littoral and retired Bishop Atanasije of Zahumlje-Herzegovina). In the presence of His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch, Their Graces Bishops Hrizostom of Zica and Georgije of Canada about this edition of the Publishing Fund of the SOC it was spoken by Their Graces Bishops Irinej of Backa and Atanasije of Hvosno.
On the stand of the Publishing Fund of the SOC Archbishopric of Belgrade-Karlovac in the hall no. 4 of the Belgrade Book Fair yesterday three works of Serbian Patriarch Pavle were presented: Interview I, Interview II and Woman in Orthodox Church. About these significant publications were spoken by His Grace Bishop David of Krusevac and protoprebyter-staurophor Vladimir Vukasinovic, editor in chief of the Publishing Fund of the SOC.
The academic choir Collegium musicum, led by the conducter Darinka Matic Marovic, within Bemus, held a concert on Kolarac. During 40 years of the existence, the choir held premiers of more than 200 compositions.
The conducter Darinka Matic, these days practiced with the choir like on the first day, when the creation of the institution Collegium musicum began.
A four-volume work of Metropolitan Amfilohije of Montenegro and the Littoral was presented yesterday at the press conference in the Belgrade's Media Centre, as well as at a well attended promotion at the Kolarac Endowment.
Mount Athos Center will be presenting photos by Fred Boissonas taken on his visits to Mt. Athos in 1928 and 1930, in Fondation Hellenique, Paris, from September 17th to October 30th, 2011.
Fred Boissonas, was the most important photographer of Greek landscapes during the first decades of the 20th century, capturing people and places through his lens.
In Loznica the 77th Vuk's Assembly began, and the seven-day event, which is held every year in Jadar in honour of Vuk Karadzic, was opened by Minister of Culture, Information and Information Society Predrag Markovic.