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His Holiness Serbian Patriarch Kyr IRINEJ and all the Hierarchs of the Serbian Orthodox Church arrived at the Pec Patriarchate Monastery
On May 13th, 2016, His Holiness Serbian Patriarch Kyr Irinej and all the Hierarchs of the Serbian Orthodox Church arrived at the Pec Patriarchate monastery on May 13th and the following day they served the Hierarchical Divine Liturgy.
This gathering of the First Hierarch and all other Hierarchs of our Holy Church is to mark the beginning of the regular session of the Holy Assembly of Bishops. Their working session will start on Monday, May 16th, at the Patriarchate in Belgrade.
Please, follow this link to view photos and to read articles in Serbian language: Serbian Orthodox Church
To all Diocesan Clergy, Church-School Congregation Boards and Faithful
Dear Very Reverend and Reverend Clergy and our dear Serbian Orthodox faithful,
Christ is Risen!
As you certainly all know, our entire Diocese, and indeed our entire Serbian Orthodox Church, suffered a terrible and tragic loss on the very day of the Holy Pascha of our Lord with the destruction of our cathedral church of St. Sava in New York City. While the church building is a total loss, we rejoice and thank God that there were no serious injuries or loss of life. The cause of the fire is still under investigation by the New York Fire Department, and we await their findings.Read More»
Let us pray for Fr. Djokan Majstorovic and his parishioners who’ve last their church in the massive fire
Fr. Bratso Krsic, Deacon Paul and the entire St. George Serbian Orthodox Church express their deep sorrow, concern and heartfelt prayerful support to Fr. Djokan Majstorovic and his beloved flock for the massive fire that destroyed on Sunday evening (May 1st, 2016; Pascha-Easter) the Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of Saint Sava in lower Manhattan, New York.
For more information, please follow St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church, New York, website: http://stsavanyc.org
Отац Брацо са парохијом упућује молитве Господу за охрабрење и духовну снагу Протојереја Ћокана Мајсторовића и његових парохијана поводом трагичног пожара ком приликом је изгорела цела катедрала Св. Саве у Њујорку.
Пратите званични вебсајт катедрале Св. Саве: http://stsavanyc.org
Српска Православна Црква својој духовној деци o Васкрсу 2016. Године
по милости Божјој
Православни Архиепископ пећки, Митрополит београдско-карловачки и Патријарх српски, са свим Архијерејима Српске Православне Цркве – свештенству, монаштву и свим синовима и кћерима наше свете Цркве: благодат, милост и мир од Бога Оца, и Господа нашега Исуса Христа, и Духа Светога, уз радосни васкршњи поздрав:
„Христос васкрсе, смрт поразивши и мртве подигавши. Народи, веселите се!”
(канон Пасхе, 9. песма).
The Serbian Orthodox Church to her spiritual children at Pascha, 2016
By the Grace of God
Orthodox Archbishop of Pec, Metropolitan of Belgrade Karlovci and Serbian Patriarch, with all the Hierarchs of the Serbian Orthodox Church to all the clergy, monastics, and all the sons and daughters of our Holy Church: grace, mercy and peace from God the Father, and our Lord Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit, with the joyous Paschal greeting:
Christ is Risen!
“Christ is risen, trampling down death and raising the dead. Rejoice, all you people!”
(Paschal Canon, Ode 9)
Let us celebrate today, dear brothers and sisters, our Lord God, “For He has visited and redeemed His people” (St. Luke 1:68) and with the light of His Resurrection He enlightens the entire universe! Let us glorify our Lord “who was delivered up because of our offenses, and was raised for our justification”. (Romans 4:25) Let us glorify our Lord Who, having become a man for us, has died so that by His Resurrection he could open to us doors of new life! For all of us who have been baptized into Christ, in Christ we have died to the old man, so that resurrected, reborn, renewed in Him, we can live with Him forever. (cf. Romans 6:8) Christ is risen from the dead and has become the Firstborn of the dead (cf. I Corinthians 15:20), so that we too who have died in Adam, may be made alive in Christ, becoming a new creation.Read More»