Responding to the wishes of the faithful people and to the invitations of the Competent Hierarchs, Patriarch Porfirije of Serbia will be paying canonical visits to the Dioceses established by Saint Sava – Dioceses of Mileševa, Zahumlje-Herzegovina, Montenegro and the Littoral, and Budimlje-Nikšić, from May 9 to 12, 2022.
The Serbian Patriarch will begin these canonical visits in the Mileševa Monastery, where a festive reception and doxology will be organized on Monday, 9 May at 6,00 p.m. On Tuesday, 10 May, at 8,30 a.m., on the 425th anniversary of the burning of the relics of Saint Sava, His Holiness will serve the Holy Hierarchical Liturgy in the Mileševa Monastery, where the relics of the first Serbian Archbishop rested for 360 years. In the early afternoon of the same day, the Patriarch will stay in the Diocese of Mileševa, where he will be offered a ceremonial welcome in front of the Church of the Holy Great Martyr George on Guke in Pljevlja town at around 2,00 p.m., while also the consecration of the parish house is planned.
On the same day, already at around 7,00 p.m., Patriarch Porfirije will arrive at the Diocese of Zahumlje-Herzegovina, and a festive reception and doxology in his honor will be held in the Cathedral church of the Transfiguration of the Lord in Trebinje, where he will serve the Holy Hierarchical Liturgy the next day, 11 May at 9,00 a.m.
With the intention of presiding over the festivities organized on the occasion of the 350th anniversary of the repose of Saint Vasilije of Ostrog (1671-2021), the Head of the Serbian Orthodox Church will attend festive vespers with artoklasia in the Ostrog Monastery on Wednesday, 11 May at around 7 p.m., and afterwards he will address the gathered faithful people. On the next day, 12 May 2022, on the day when we prayerfully celebrate the Wonderworker of Ostrog, His Holiness will serve the Holy Hierarchical Liturgy in the Ostrog Monastery, beginning at 8 a.m., and on the same day at 6 p.m. the Serbian Patriarch will lead the Procession in the honor of Saint Vasilije in Nikšić. You may see the befitting video on the Facebook page of the Serbian Patriarch kyr Porfirije here.
Source: Serbian Orthodox Church