February 13, 2019 – The Union of Orthodox Journalists reported in the evening that the abbot of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church’s (Moscow Patriarchate) Desiatinny (Tithe – Ed.) monastery, Bishop Gedeon (Kharon) of Makarov was detained at the Borispol airport and is about to be deported, Protodeacon Anthony, Secretary of Gedeon, told Facebook. The bishop was returning from the United States […]» Read more
February 11, 2019 – On 10 February 2019 late night the St Trinity’s Church (the Serbian Orthodox Church), situated in the village Babljak, nearby Uroševac (Albanian: Ferizaj) in Kosovo, was burgled. The incident was noticed by the sexton. The window of the church was firmly protected with the metal bars, but the perpetrators broke both the bars and the window […]» Read more
The Police applied physical force against believers of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchate) siding the provocateurs from the OCU.
February 3, 2019 – Supporters of the OCU have initiated a conflict in front of Holy Transfiguration Church in the village of Gnezdychno (Ternopil region) disrupting the Sunday worship, reports the Information and Education Department of Ukranian Orthodox Chruch (Moscow Patriarchate). The police have applied physical force against the believers of the canonical Ukranian Orthodox Church siding the provocateurs. In […]» Read more
Metropolitan of Dabar-Bosna tells the Head of the Council of Europe Office in Bosnia and Herzegovina about the systematic discrimination of Serbian Orthodox Church
January 30, 2019 – Today Metropolitan of Dabar-Bosna father Hrizostom held a meeting with the head of the Council of Europe Office in Sarajevo, his Excellency Mr Drahoslav Štefanek. Metropolitan welcomed Mr Štefanek, presented him the history of the Metropolitanate of Dabar-Bosna, and told him about the problems with which the Metropolitanate has been facing. In particular Metropolitan emphasized systematic […]» Read more
January 22, 2019 – In 2018 the Montenegrin Ministry for Human and Minority Rights (“the Ministry”) had dedicated 200,000 Euros, from its budget to religious communities. The Islamic Community was paid 54,000 Euros, non-canonical Montenegrin Orthodox Church (“the MOC”) received 50,500 Euros, Roman Catholic Church 36,215 Euros and Jewish Community got 19,500 Euros. Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro, presented by […]» Read more