Sadilovac Orthodox Martyrs

Croatian Nazi soldiers kill a Serb with a dagger and bayonet. Independent State of Croatia, WW II

Mighty Nose - Grey Carter - July - August 2017 On 31 July 1942, the Ustasha criminals murdered and set fire killing 463 men, women and children (of which 149 were under the age of 13) from Sadilovac, Bugari, Lipovacha and nearby villages. The only ‘sin’ of the victims was that they were Orthodox Serbs. In these ...

Saint Stephen Milutin of Serbia

Church of Serbia - November 2016 Saint Stephen was the younger son of King Stephen Urosh I, and grandson of First-Crowned King St Stephen (September 24). He ruled Serbia from 1275 to 1320. Stephen Milutin received the throne from his elder brother Dragutin, a true Christian, who after a short reign transferred power over to his ...

Ecumenical Patriarch : New Martyrs of Jasenovac are heroes and saints of the entire Orthodoxy

Church of Serbia - September 2016 Be under the shade of Serbian martyrs, that tree of blessed Serbs, Ecumenical Patriarch said and called upon Orthodox Serbs to follow the path of their forefathers, heroes and saints. Only in this way, he said, you are about to receive the wreath of glory that is borne by numerous ...