Palm Sunday in Zagreb

Palm Sunday in Zagreb
Palm Sunday in Zagreb
Palm Sunday in Zagreb
Palm Sunday in Zagreb

Metropolitan Porfirije: Man needa a man.Bat, above all, man needs God.

The Church in Zagreb celebrated the feast-day of the solemn Entry of Christ into Jerusalem, with the Holy Liturgy officiated by His Eminence Metropolitan Dr. Porfirije of Zagreb-Ljubljana. The Metropolitan was concelebrated by priests of the Cathedral church and lots of believers gathered in the church.

Annunciation at the Cathedral church in Belgrade

Annunciation at the Cathedral church in Belgrade
Annunciation at the Cathedral church in Belgrade
Annunciation at the Cathedral church in Belgrade
Annunciation at the Cathedral church in Belgrade

His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch served today, on 7 April 2015, on the feast day of the Annunciation, the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy in the Cathedral church of HolyArchangel  Michael in Belgrade.

The Patriarch was concelebrated by the clergy of the Cathedral church. Patriarch Irinej congratulated the feast-day to the congregation.

Palm Sunday celebrated at the Serbian Patriarchate

Palm Sunday celebrated at the Serbian Patriarchate
Palm Sunday celebrated at the Serbian Patriarchate
Palm Sunday celebrated at the Serbian Patriarchate
Palm Sunday celebrated at the Serbian Patriarchate

On Palm Sunday, on April 5th, 2015 when our Church celebrates a memory of the triumphal entry of Lord Jesus Christ into Jerusalem, His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch officiated the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy at the Cathedral church in Belgrade.  

His Holiness was concelebrated by local priests of the Serbian Church. The Children choir of the First Belgrade Chanting Society sang responses during the Eucharistic gathering.

Bishop Maxim Celebrates His Krsna Slava - The Feast of Saint Lazarus

Bishop Maxim Celebrates His Krsna Slava - The Feast of Saint Lazarus
Bishop Maxim Celebrates His Krsna Slava - The Feast of Saint Lazarus
Bishop Maxim Celebrates His Krsna Slava - The Feast of Saint Lazarus
Bishop Maxim Celebrates His Krsna Slava - The Feast of Saint Lazarus

His Grace Bishop Maxim and his parents, Proto Lazar and Protinica Radmila Vasiljevic, celebrated their Krsna Slava, on Lazarus Saturday, April 4, 2015 at the Saint Steven's Serbian Orthodox Cathedral in Alhambra, California.

His Grace, Bishop Maxim officiated at the Hierarchical Divine Liturgy with the clergy from Saint Steven's Cathedral and surrounding parishes, and many Orthodox faithful from around the Diocese. Following the Divine Liturgy, the festal Slava service was held in the main hall and was followed by a delicious luncheon prepared by the Diocesan Kolo Srpskih Sestara.

Reception for the Patron Saint-day of Serbian Patriarch Irinej

Reception for the Patron Saint-day of Serbian Patriarch Irinej
Reception for the Patron Saint-day of Serbian Patriarch Irinej
Reception for the Patron Saint-day of Serbian Patriarch Irinej
Reception for the Patron Saint-day of Serbian Patriarch Irinej

Following the Liturgical gathering at the Cathedral church, His Grace Bishop Lavrentije of Sabac performed a solemn rite of blessing the slava cake at the Patriarchal Court.

The solemn slava rite and reception, besides the host, His Holiness Serbian Patriarch Irinej and Their Graces Bishops Atanasije of Bihac-Petrovac and Arsenije of Toplica, was attended by President of the Republic of Serbia Mr. Tomislav Nikolic with his wife Dragica, President of the Government of the Republic of Serbia Mr. Aleksandar Vucic, President of Republic of Srpska Mr. Milorad Dodik, Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Aleksandar Karadjordjevic and Princess Katherine, Foreign Affairs Minister Mr. Ivica Dacic, Minister Velimir Ilic, Director of the Bureau for Cooperation with Traditional Churches and Religious Communities Dr. Mileta Radojevic, protomaster of Saint Sava Cathedral Professor Dr. Vojislav Milovanovic, Ambassador of the Russian Federation Mr. Aleksander Chepurin, Ambassador of Belarus Mr. Vladimir Chushev, Ambassador of Cyprus Mrs. Nasfika Krusti, as well as prominent representatives of the economic and cultural life of the Serbian capital.