". . . whether you’re Serb born-and-bred, Serb-American, Serbo-phile, or simply interested in this topic, enjoy the list of things below of just a few things I didn’t know about the history of Serbian Monarchies." Read more here . . .
Essay on Leadership and Legacy
Our most recent submission from a Serbian student has been posted. Click here for Aleksandar Jovanovic's essay on leadership, legacy, charity, and honor.
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When I look at my country Serbia, in the 21st century, I remember the international saying which goes--"History repeats itself". I can say that this is really true. Our geopolitical and strategic position is still attractive to international players, we are at the crossroads of Europe and the East. The winds blow from different directions, but we're still here, standing firm on the ground and remaining faithful to the Creator. History repeats itself, while the fighting spirit continues. This is today's Serbia, a country of known and unknown heroes. Read more . . .
On Wednesday, Serbian Patriarch Irinej addressed Christians worldwide in his Easer address. We usually expect politically or morally bold statements from Patriarch Irinej, and that is exactly what he presented this year! In a truly thoughtful and caring manner, Patriarch Irinej remembered those Orthodox brothers and sisters in Ukraine, Kosovo, Metohija, and Macedonia who are suffering religious persecution or violence at this time. Read more . . .
Patriarch Irinej addresses Christians during Holy Week. Photo fou
The Serbian Consulate, New York Artist Management, and Serbian-American Museum of St. Sava invite you to a benefit concert for Kolorac Concert Hall on Friday, May 2 and 7:30 p.m.
The concert will feature wonderful Stefan Milenkovic on the violin, Jasna Popovic on the piano, singer Olga Bojovic, Dr. Kurt Westerberg on the organ, Renee Jakovcic on the piano, George Radosavljevic on the piano, Kristijan Civljak on the piano, and Natasa Bogojevic's compositions. They will perform classical, jazz, and Serbian traditional music.
Admission is free, but donations will be accepted and will go towards the purchase of a new piano for the Kolorac Concert Hall.
No RSVP required.
Contact BridgestoSerbia@gmail.com for more information!
In August, we featured the Ana and Vlade Divac Foundation’s “One in a Million” program on our Facebook page. We were thrilled to find out this week that as of February 10, over 28,000 people have contributed to the campaign. That’s 28,106 steps closer to giving every child in Serbia quality education! Read more . . .