Orthodox Metropolitan says that Serbs in Croatia are afraid to declare themselves Orthodox publicly

February 25, 2015. In Zagreb 30,000 Serbs live, but many of them are afraid to declare themselves publicly because of the fear that their rights to have normal life would be endangered, Serbian Metropolitan Porfirije of Zagreb-Ljubljana said, as reports the official website of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The Metropolitan also noted that the arrival of Prime Minister of Serbia […]

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Two Serbian Orthodox cemeteries desecrated

February, 20 2015. The incidents happened in the villages of Krusevac near Obilic and of Donji Livoc near Gnjilane, as report b92 and the Serbian Orthodox Church’s Raska-Prizren Diocese. In Krusevac, tombstones were torn down, covered with garbage, plastic and rubber, and then set on fire. The diocese said that the photographs taken by its priests show that the tombstones […]

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The desecration of an Orthodox Church in Croatia

February 15, 2015. In the night from the 14th to 15th of February, on the eve of the great feast of the Presentation of the Lord Jesus Christ to the Temple, unknown persons violated the Serbian Orthodox cathedral of Saint Nikolas in Carlovac in Croatia, as The Information Service of the Serbian Orthodox Church reports. They caused damages in the altar, […]

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