RECORDING OF THE MEMORIAL SERVICE
AND LECTURE IN SYDNEY
We suggest to your attention the recording of the Memorial Service and a lecture, held in the eve of the Feast of Saint Philaret of Moscow, December 1st 2013, with the blessing of His Grace The Right Reverend k.k. Irinej (Dobrijevich), The Serbian Orthodox Bishop of The Metropolitanate of Australia and New Zealand, as the Hierarch of the jurisdiction and as the Spirituala Patron of The Center for Research of Orthodox Monarchism (see here).
The said prayerful assembly and comemorative lecture was organized by The Center in the Sydney Cathedral Church of Saint Prince Lazar. This way, The Center has marked in Australia, the 12th anniversary of the martyrs repose of it's founder, Mr Nebojsha M. Krstich (August 28th 1964 – December 4th 2001), but has also reminded of significant jubilees of: 1700 years of The Edict of Milan; 900 years of the birth of Saint Simeon The Murrh-gusher; 800 years of the repose of Saint Queen Tamar of Georgia; 400 years of the enthronement of The Holy Romanov Dynasty and 200 years of the birth of Metropolitan-Prince Petar II (Petrovich-Njegosh).
The said learned and well attended lecture (see here), dedicated to Saint Philaret of Moscow, and titled: ''Christian teaching on Royal power and the obligations of its subjects'', was delivered by The Very Reverend Protopresbyter-Mitrophore Dr Mikhail Alexeevich Protopopov OAM, the Hiererchal Vicar of The Eparchy of Australia and New Zealand of The Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia, and a recipient of The Order of Australia, The Imperial Order of Saint Anna, The Imperial Order of Saint Prince Vladimir Equal-to-the-Apostles, The Order of The Eagle of Georgia and The Semeless Tunic of Our Lord Jesus Christ; The Order of Saint Sava (Serbian Orthodox Church) etc...
For the recording before you, we have to thank the crew of the Australian MIS Television (see here), that broadcasts its programme via satelite in the Serbian language non-stop, across Australia, and also, in established terms, via local poblic frequences, in Melbourne and Perth.
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