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Holy Hierarch, Father Mardarije, Pray Unto God For Us!
Monday, July 17, 2017

In prayerful grandeur and unexpressible joy clergy, monastics and the faithful, led by His Holiness Archbishop of Pec, Metropoitan of Belgrade-Karlovci and Serbian Patriarch Irinej, gathered at St. Sava Monastery in Libertyville, near Chicago, for the pan-Orthodox glorification of the newly revealed St. Mardarije of Libertyville and All-America, the first Serbian Orthodox Bishop of America and Canada.

In prayerful anticipation of the Divine Liturgy officiated by His Holiness Serbian Patriarch Irinej and the Litiya with the reilcs of St Mardarije of Libertyville and All-America on Sunday, July 16, 2017, joining in the prayers in Libertyville were also Metropolitan Amphilohije of Montenegro and the Coastlands and many hierarchs from the US and Canada, as well as clergy who can from the pan Orthodox fullness, rejoicing in this unique event. Continue


Patriarch Arrives in Chicago - Day One
Saturday, July 15, 2017

Patriarch Irinej Visted Cathedral in New York City
Saturday, July 15, 2017

His Holiness Serbian Patriarch Irinej arrived in the US on July 14, 2017 in order to take part in the pan Orthodox glorification of the newly revaled St. Mardarije of Libertyville and All-America, the first Serbian Bishop of America and Canada.

His Holiness Patriarch Irinej, accompanied by Protodeacon Damjan Bozic, arrived in the afternoon at JFK on a direct Air Serbia flight from Belgrade. Continue

Patriarch Irinej Departs Belgrade for Canonization
Thursday, July 13, 2017

His Holiness Patriarch Irinej, head of the Serbian Orthodox Church, departed Belgrade this morning and is enroute to the United States where he will preside over the sacred festivities of the canonization of Saint Mardarije of Libertyville this weekend, the Diocesan Office announced this morning. Continue

We Will Not Forget Them
Sunday, July 9, 2107

Not because they went to war, but because ...

Exactly 100 years ago this year when Serbia was occupied and the Serbian army together with the king fled to Greece to regain strength, Serbs from all over the world were called to join forces and go back to retrieve the country and its people from the occupiers. 150 young men from our community of Indianapolis answered that call. One of them Mr. Savich, when he arrived there and was a translator to the American allies, was given a chance to be dismissed from the Serbian army and work as a translator for the Americans – he politely refused - joining his Serbian comrades.

Announcing Pilrimage to Russia
Friday, January 27, 2017

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