Leaders of Serbian Orthodox Church and Macedonian Orthodox Church to hold a joint liturgy in Belgrade on Thursday


    Serbian Patriarch Profirije and Macedonian Archbishop Stefan will hold a joint liturgy at the Saint Sava Temple in Belgrade on Friday (May 19th), reports Serbian news agency Tanjug.
    The liturgy should start at 9 am, and all the hierarchs from both churches will attend.
    Let us remind you, the Assembly of the Serbian Orthodox Church (SOC) announced on Monday that for the Macedonian Church it accepts the status of the widest possible autonomy, i.e. full internal independence, which was granted to it in 1959.

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