Humanitarian action entitled “You can as well” was held on 9 March 2013 at the Sports Center Madington in Perth. The action had a goal to collect funds for the Humanitarian organization Ana and Vlade Divac.
At this year’s 38th International Food and Beverages Exhibition in Tokyo FOODEX 2013, the Wine Cellars of Tvrdoš Monastery presented its wines. Each year 75.000 visitors visit this fair, which is among the biggest in Asia. The Winery Tvrdoš participated at the Fair upon the invitation of the Japanese Trade Organization JETRO, at the Japanese Government, and by means of the Foreign Trade Chamber of BiH.
On February 26th (February 13th according to Julian calendar) we commemorate: The Venerable Simeon (Myrrh-Gusher), from whose relics flowed myrrh – Chrism
Stefan Nemanja, the great ruler (Great Zupan) of the Serbian people, the consolidator of Serbian lands, creator of the independent Serbian state, defender of Orthodoxy and exterminator of heresy. At first, he was baptized in the Latin Church but later left this Church and embraced the Orthodox Church.
Please join Serbs from around the tri-state area and our featured accordionists on Saturday, March 9th at the American Serbian Club (Sarah St., South Side - Pittsburgh) as we "EXTEND A LIFELINE WITH MUSIC"! Proceeds directly benefit Lifeline, HRH Crown Princess Katherine of Serbia's principal charity. Lifeline began its humanitarian work in 1993 in response to the tragedies faced by our Serbian orphans, refugees, and the disabled during the decade-long struggles in Serbia. The organization focuses on helping the disadvantaged children of Serbia and through generous worldwide contributions, Lifeline provides direct aid for those in need. The lifeline you extend in support of this event will let our disadvantaged hear your voice, give them strength, and help change their lives forever!
Could you imagine living in constant, chronic pain? Try to picture waking up experiencing agonizing pain; envision going about your day hurting, and then going back to sleep at night, the way you felt when you woke up, or possibly worse. Every day, every hour, every minute, every second. Now attempt to imagine not being able to get rid of that pain, no matter what you do. It’s always there.