Pan-Orthodox Peer Learning for Clergy and Lay Leaders

Orthodox Christian Leadership Initiative - 21/11/2020 CONNECT, PROBLEM-SOLVE, AND GATHER INSIGHTS WITH PARISH LEADERS LIKE YOU When you serve the Church, are you joyful and invigorated?  Or do you feel your service is a thankless, lonely, or overwhelming burden?  As the body of Christ, we are called to encourage one another. To do this, we need connections! You ...

‘Think about the Future of Humanity’ – Book by Patriarch Kirill Published in the Serbian Language 

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OCP News Service - 21/11/2020 Moscow-Russia: 'Think about the Future of Humanity' - a book by Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia was published in the Serbian Language. The Russian version was published in April 2018 in Moscow by the Patriarchate Publishers. The Serbian translation of the book was made by Bishop Anthony of Moravici, rector ...

Romanian Patriarchate urges people to donate blood and COVID-19 convalescent plasma

Basilica News Agency - Aurelian Iftimiu - 21/11/2020 With the blessing of His Beatitude Patriarch Daniel, in 2012 the Archdiocese of Bucharest started a blood donation campaign called “A drop of blood for the life of his neighbour”. Starting with 2014, with the approval of the Holy Synod, this campaign was extended nationwide throughout the Romanian Patriarchate under ...

Patriarch Daniel sends condolences to Serbian Holy Synod after repose of Patriarch Irinej

Basilica News Agency - Aurelian Iftimiu - 21/11/2020 His Beatitude Patriarch Daniel expressed his ‘deep sorrow’ to the Holy Synod of the Serbian Orthodox Church after the repose of Patriarch Irinej on Friday. Calling the Serbian Patriarch ‘a venerable and well-known personality of contemporary Orthodoxy,’ Patriarch Daniel prays for the rest of his soul among the righteous ‘in ...

The Mortal Remains of Patriarch Irinej Moved to the Belgrade Cathedral Church 

OCP News Service - 21/11/2020 The mortal remains of Patriarch Irinej of Serbia have arrived at the Belgrade Cathedral Church. The mortal remains were first taken to the Patriarchal Palace and was then moved to the Cathedral Church. Commemorative prayers were served by Metropolitan Chrysostom of Dabro-Bosnia with  Most Reverend Bishop Jovan of Šumadija, Bishop David of ...