from ONE

Small Potatoes: Hungary’s Serbian Orthodox
by Jacqueline Ruyak
(From Catholic Near East September – October 1998)
A profile of Hungary’s Serbian Orthodox community.

Where do we go from here?
by Michael J.L. La Civita
(From Catholic Near East July 1991)
Yugoslavia and its exhausted people continue the struggle to find middle ground.

Serbia’s Medieval Monasteries – Beauty Draped in Frescoes
text and photos by Margot Granitsas
(From Catholic Near East Magazine Spring 1986)
The ancient monasteries of Serbia and their historic frescoes preserve a culture and faith buried under centuries of change.

Praying Behind Barbed Wire
by Joost van Egmond
(From ONE May 2012)
Serbian Orthodox nuns live out their calling in Kosovo

from Blog Content

Walking Astride a Subtle Line
ONE contributor Joost van Egmond discusses Kosovo's continuing ethnic tensions.

Picture of the Day: Shining a Light in Kosovo
Sister Anastasija and Sister Isidora pray in the Gorioc Monastery’s dining room. (photo: Laura Boushnak)

Preserving Kosovo's Monasteries
Joost van Egmond discusses the position of Serbian Orthodox monasteries in Kosovo.

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Spotlight on the Eastern Churches:
The Orthodox Church of Serbia

The Orthodox Church of Serbia, which has played a leading role in the development of a distinct Serbian identity, has served as a cultural repository and a bastion of faith when the Serbian nation had appeared imperiled.

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