The Patron-Saint Day of the Entry of the Virgin Mary into the Temple – Belgrade

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on December 6, 2018

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Church of Serbia – 6/12/18

The feast-day of the Entry of the Virgin Mary was solemnly celebrated in the monastery of the Entry of the Most Holy Virgin Mary in Belgrade, where His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch, officiated the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy.

Protosyncell Mardarije from the monastery of Saint John the Baptist in Poganovo near Pirot, protopresbyters-staurophors Milovan Glogovac, Dragomir Sando, Aleksandar Sredojevic, Miroslav Radojevic and Petar Damnjanovic, protodeacon Stevan Rapajic and deacon Dragan Tanasijevic concelebrated to the Patriarch.

Along with Very Venerable Abbes of the monastery, Mother Anastasia, sisterhood and the host of the feast of the Patron-saint Mr. Nikola Cukic and his family, His Holiness blessed the slava loaf in the presence of many faithful. The choir “Melody” sang responses.

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