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Serbian Orthodox Christmas Traditions.

When It Comes to Christmas Trees, What's Up Is Down in Eastern Europe

OrthodoxABC.com - planning, activities, & downloadable lessons in four areas: Fasting & Prayer, Church & Feasts, Faith & Sacraments, and Holy Scriptures.

OrthodoxABC.com - planning, activities, & downloadable lessons in four areas: Fasting & Prayer, Church & Feasts, Faith & Sacraments, and Holy Scriptures.

Nativity Fast: Orthodox Way of Life

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Srećan Božić (SREH-chan-BOW-zheech) or Merry Christmas to all of you who celebrate Serbian Orthodox Christmas

Impressions of Belgrade and Serbia (and some occasional vacation photos!

American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese of the USA | Cathedral Christmas Cards Offered For Sale

JOHNSTOWN, PA -- Christmas cards depicting scenes from Christ the Saviour Cathedral are now being offered for sale.

A Serbian Christmas Eve table always features a cesnica or bozicni kolac. - © Barbara Rolek

How to Have a Traditional Serbian Christmas

Serbian Christmas Eve dinner is typically a meatless meal. The types of dishes served vary by family but may include the items (with recipes) listed here.

The SLAVA is an exclusively Serbian Orthodox tradition of celebrating one's family patron saint and is celebrated annually. This tradition is an important feature of Serbian identity. | Слава је искључиво српски православни обичај слављења породичног свеца, који се обележава сваке године. Овај обичај је изузетно важно обележје српског идентитета. | Photo: ebojsa

SLAVA is Orthodox tradition of celebrating one's family patron saint and is celebrated annually. This tradition is an important feature of Serbian identity.

Gentle stories in the waldorf tradition for the days before St Nicholas Day, Dec 6.

St Nicholas stories in Waldorf tradition by Christine Natale.story broken into sections for each of the first six days of December

A beautiful icon of St. Sava, father and founder of the Serbian Eastern Orthodox Christian Church.

Sava, the first Archbishop of Serbia Order of St. Sava King Milan I of Serbia instituted this noble decoration named The Order of .

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