Dragana Atanaskovic – Serbian Orthodox Author

OCP News Service - 2/5/18 Belgrade- Dragana Atanaskovic is a Serbian Orthodox author who has written two books. Her first book ‘The sky ring above Serbia’ was released at the Russian Cultural Center in Belgrade. Her second book is titled ‘Do not call me father.’ She is a great devotee of Nikolai Velimirovich and is closely ...

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

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

OCP News Service – 23/4/18 OCP Secretary – “Kosovo and Metohija belongs to Serbia” 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 ...

THOUSANDS JOIN PILGRIMAGE PROCESSION IN MONTENEGRO TO CELEBRATE ST. BASIL OF OSTROG

Photo: balkaninsight.com

Pravoslavie.ru - 13/5/17 The annual procession to Ostrog Monastery, near the town of Niksic, Montenegro, began on Wednesday, culminating in the liturgical celebrations in honor of St. Basil of Ostrog today. Around 2,000 people began the 25-mile trek from the capital of Podgorica on Wednesday, being joined by thousands more throughout the night and on Thursday, ...

Remembering Lives and Works : St. Nikolai Velimirovich & Protopresbyter Thomas Hopko

21/3/15 St. Nikolai Velimirovich (1881-1956) and Protopresbyter Thomas Hopko (1939-2015) who fell sleep yesterday in some respects had very different lives.  St. Nikolai of Serbia spent a large part of his life outside of his native land, travelling in various European nations and finally to America where he ended his days at St. Tikhon's Monastery.  Fr. ...