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Одг: Origin of the first Serbs that arrived in Central and North America?
« Одговор #22 послато: новембар 11, 2016, 08:57:09 поподне »
From the celebration of the glorification of Sts Mardarije and Sebastian may droplets of consolation fall upon the heart of those who, living in the heart of America, seek what is fair and hones

Bishop Mardarije (Uskokovic)

The First Serbian Bishop of America and Canada

Bishop Mardarije was born in Podgorica on December 22, 1889, his father, Pero, being a tribal captain and mother Jela, nee Bozovic. He finished elementary school in Cetinje where he started high school, continuing in Belgrade. Leaving high school in his fifth year, he went to Studenica Monastery. In 1906, with the blessing of Bishop Sava (Barac) of Zica, he took monastic vows and was ordained a deacon. He graduated from the Seminary in Kisenjev where a collection of his sermons was published. From here he went to St. Petersburg, graduating from the Theological Academy in 1916.

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Одг: Origin of the first Serbs that arrived in Central and North America?
« Одговор #23 послато: новембар 29, 2019, 03:20:49 пре подне »
The Western hemisphere is highly overrated.

I say that a citizen of a country situated in it.