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In Memoriam:
V. Rev. Stavrophor Dragan Filipovic

Father Dragan Filipovic, 73, of Pittsburgh, died unexpectedly Tuesday, September 18, 2018, in his home.

He was born December 30, 1944, in Belgrade, Serbia, a son of Branko and Danica Milosavljevic Filipovic. He graduated Iona College in 1968, and St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary in 1971. He was ordained to the Diaconate August of 1971 and to the Priesthood September of 1971. During his 47 years of priesthood, he faithfully served Orthodox parishes in Phoenix, Arizona; Denver, Colorado; Cumberland, Rhode Island...Continue

Western American Diocesan Days  2018
Tuesday, September 18, 2018

One last visit to Jackson, California, as the summer days approach their end, is sure to evoke memories of summer camp, the fun and friendships, whether they be a month ago or years and years. These were the feelings shared by clergy as they arrived from all directions of the vast Western American Diocese for the 22nd Annual Diocesan Days which officially began Friday, August 31, 2018. Greeted and warmly welcomed by their diocesan hierarch and spiritual father His Grace Bishop Maxim of Western America,continue

Statement of the Serbian Orthodox Bishops
in the United States of America

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SPECIAL ANNOUCEMENT FROM CLERGY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL CLERGY REGARDING THE 2019 YEARBOOK CALENDAR

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Срби у САД Против Поделе Космета

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Schererville Parish Reflects, Looks Ahead
Tuesday, August 21, 2018


SCHERERVILLE, IN – As the St. George Serbian Orthodox Church community came together to celebrate the Feast Day of Transfiguration, it was an especially joyous time as many of our youngsters chanted the antiphons during the Holy Liturgy, several parishioners partook of Holy Communion and everyone witnessed the blessing of the grapes. It also gave the faithful an opportunity to reflect on the immediate past and plan for the future. Continue




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