Annual Fundraiser in Washington D.C.

Annual Fundraiser in Washington D.C.
Annual Fundraiser in Washington D.C.
Annual Fundraiser in Washington D.C.
Annual Fundraiser in Washington D.C.

On Friday, February 9, 2018, the St. Luke Serbian Orthodox Church of Washington D.C. hosted their annual fundraiser in support of the church’s current mortgage and in the hope of one day constructing a Cathedral in the Capital of our nation.

Honored guests for this grand evening were His Grace Bishop Irinej of the Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Eastern America, Their Royal Highnesses Prince Aleksandar and Princess Katherine of Serbia, The Honorable Zeljka Cvijanovic, Prime Minister of Republika Srpska, and the Honorable Professor Dr. Vladimir Marinkovic, Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia.

Project “The Future of the Serbs in Croatia” presented

Project “The Future of the Serbs in Croatia” presented
Project “The Future of the Serbs in Croatia” presented
Project “The Future of the Serbs in Croatia” presented
Project “The Future of the Serbs in Croatia” presented

President of the Republic of Serbia Mr. Aleksandar Vucic along with the Croatian President Mrs. Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic visited on the 12th of Feberuary 2018 the Residence of the Metropolitan of Zagreb-Ljubljana, where they talked with students of the Academy of the Serbian National Council. On this occasion they were presented a project “The Future of the Serbs in Croatia”.

At the beginning of their conversations, Serbian Orthodox Metropolitan Porfirije addressed Mr. Vucic and Mrs. Grabar Kitarovic pointing out that he himself was excited by the words they had pronounced that day, the words of responsibility for and care about normal relations between the two countries, Serbia and Croatia. Addressing President Vucic, His Excellency underlined that his visit represented encouragement for the Serbian people in Croatia. According to his words, Serbia and Croatia have been always directed to one another, but unfortunately, circumstances of life have been such "that we have moved away from each other."

Public Announcement of the Archdiocese of Belgrade-Karlovac

Status of Milan Lakic in the Serbian Orthodox Church

We inform herewith the faithful of the Serbian Orthodox Church that Milan Lakic, a former parishioner of the Church of Saint Thomas the Apostle in Johannesburg, South Africa, has no right to partake in the Holy Communion and to participate in liturgical and Church life of the Serbian Orthodox Church, according to the decision of the Serbian Patriarch Irinej, AEM no. 1185, issued on 23 September 2016

Office of the Archbishop of Belgrade-Karlovac