Bishop Teodosije of Raska-Prizren in Jerusalem

by OCP on April 16, 2014

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Seribian Church – 2014

Bishop Teodosije of Raska-Prizren has undertaken a pilgrimage in the Holy Land, where he is going to participate in celebrations of the Feast of Resurrection of Christ.

On Lazarus Saturday the Bishop visited Bethany, where he concelebrated to Patriarch Teophilos of Jerusalem during the Divine Liturgy celebrated in the church built on the place of  Lazarus’ home. In the afternoon the Bishop and many pilgrims in the Holy city participated in the solemn procession from Bethphage to Jerusalem in memory of the triumphal entry of Christ into Jerusalem. On Palm Sunday Bishop Teodosije concelebrated during the Divine Liturgy celebrated by His Beatitude Patriarch Teophilus of Jerusalem in the great church of the Resurrection of Christ.

Besides Bishop Teodosije, a group of monks and nuns from the Diocese of Raska-Prizren, as well as two teachers of the Theological Seminary of Prizren went to this pilgrimage, which is traditionally organized by “Dobrocinstvo”, Belgrade. During the following days the pilgrims will visit holy places throughout the Holy Land and will participate in the services of the Great and Holy Week.

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