Serbian Patriarch met representatives of the Syrian-Jacobite Church

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on June 19, 2017

in Featured, Featured News, News

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Serbian – Syriac Orthodox Churches

His Holiness Serbian Patriarch Irinej received the  Archbishop of the Syrian-Jacobite Church in Sweden,  His Eminence Benjamin (Atas), at the Serbian Patriarchate on 14 June 2017.

Archbishop Benjamin expressed his gratitude to the Primate of the Serbian Orthodox Church for the cordial reception during which they discussed various challenges and problems faced by Christians in the modern world.  The Serbian Patriarch  thanked His Eminence for the visit, wishing him, his faithful flock as well as his people abundant Divine blessings.

The reception was attended by His Grace Dositej, Serbian Orthodox Bishop of Britain-Scandinavia, together with Archpriest-stavrophor Dusan Rakovic, entourage of Archbishop Benjamin and the General Secretary of the Office of Serbian Patriarch deacon Dr. Aleksandar Prascevic.

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