Patron Saint-day in Dunafeldvar, Hungary

Patron Saint-day in Dunafeldvar, Hungary
Patron Saint-day in Dunafeldvar, Hungary
Patron Saint-day in Dunafeldvar, Hungary
Patron Saint-day in Dunafeldvar, Hungary

On the feast of Mi-Pentecost, 13 June 2020, His Grace Bishop Lukijan of Budim celebrated the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy in the church of Holy Trinity in Dunavfeldvar, on the occasion of the celebration of the church dedication feast.

Solemnation of the dedication church of Venerable Justin of Celije in Resnik, Belgrade

His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch, officiated the Divine Liturgy in the chapel of St. Justin of Celije, next to the church of St. Nicholas of Ohrid and Zica, in Resnik on June 14, 2020.

His Holiness was concelebrated by Bishop’s dean of Belgrade-Posavina, Archpriest-Staurophore Branko Mitrovic, Archpriest Aleksandar Petrović, Priests Goran Mišanović and Ljubomir Petronijević, Archdeacon Stevan Rapajić, Deacons Dragan Tanasijević, Goran Nuhanović and Nikola Mićalovic.

PERSECUTION CONTINUED: Priests Mirceta Sljivancanin and Zeljko Calic arrested

LATEST NEWS: Priest Željko Ćalić was detained for up to 72 hours

After a hearing in the Podgorica Basic State Prosecutor's Office, priest Zeljko Calic from Danilovgrad was ordered to be detained for up to 72 hours, due to the fact that "there is a well-founded suspicion that he committed a criminal offense of failing to comply with health regulations to combat dangerous infectious diseases according to the Article no. 287 of the Criminal Law of Montenegro”.

Minister Zoran Djordjevic meets Serbian Patriarch

His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch received Mr. Zoran Djordjevic, Minister of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Policy in the Serbian Patriarchate on 16 June 2020.

Serbian Patriarch Irinej and Minister Djordjevic talked about discussed the implementation of the proposal of the Ministry of Labor, Employment, Veterans and Social Affairs on the basis of when the Government of the Republic of Serbia declared this year the Year of Solidarity and Cooperation.

Thousands Participate in First Protest Processions in Montenegro After Quarantine Lifted

Thousands of Orthodox faithful participated in cross processions throughout Montenegro yesterday, Sunday, June 14, in protest of the state’s continuing persecution of the Serbian Orthodox Church.

The processions were the first since the lifting of quarantine measures to be held in protest of the so-called “Law on Religious Freedom,” passed in December, which gives the state the authority to seize Serbian Orthodox Church properties.