OCP Society Honors Serbian Orthodox Author Dragana Atanaskovic with the Icon of St. Gregorious of Parumala

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on April 23, 2018

in Featured, Featured News, News, OCP Society News

Dragana Atanaskovic (L) receiving the Icon of St. Gregorious of Parumala from Vukica Pavicevic (R).

Dragana Atanaskovic (L) receiving the Icon of St. Gregorious of Parumala from Vukica Pavicevic (R).

Dragana and George near the Crypt of St. Nikolai Velimirovich.

Dragana and George near the Crypt of St. Nikolai Velimirovich.

OCP News Service – 23/4/18

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Belgrade- Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE honored Serbian Orthodox Author Dragana Nedeljkovc Atanaskovi with the OCP Pan-Orthodox Icon of St. Gregorious of Parumala (the first canonized Indian Saint).

OCP Icon of St Gregorious of Parumala Presented to Serbian Orthodox Academy of Fine Arts & Conservation

The icon was presented to Dragana by Vukica Pavicevic (OCP Associate). George Alexander, Secretary of OCP was present for the occasion. Dragana has written and published two beautiful books in the Serbian language. One of her books is on St. Nikolai Velimirovich. Dragana is a devotee of the great Saint of Serbia. Her books are available for purchase at the shop of Slansi Monastery of St. Stephen (Hilander Property) in suburbs of Belgrade.

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The OCP Icon of St. Gregorious of Parumala (the first canonized Indian Saint) is a symbol of Pan-Orthodox Christian Unity. The icon was written by Eastern Byzantine Orthodox monks and the original is preserved at the OCP Chancellors residence in Chicago.

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OCP News Service

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