Divine Liturgy — To Go

As nearly all dioceses of the Serbian Orthodox Church organized transportation for Patriarch Pavle’s funeral last Thursday, Fr. Jovan Plamenac ran into a little bit of a problem. As he serves liturgy every day the train ride from Montenegro to Belgrade would not give him the opportunity to do this. So he was left with no other option but to serve the liturgy…on the train. (Of course, he received the bishop’s blessing.)

For more photos see here.

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3 thoughts on “Divine Liturgy — To Go

  1. Beautiful!!
    The first thing that came to mind….Matt 18:20
    ” For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.”

    The pictures were very interesting, especially picture 5. It looks like Rublev’s icon of the Holy Trinity.

    A happy, blessed, thankful Thanksgiving to you and your family!

  2. While Divine Liturgy and Holy Communion usually occur in a church, there may be extenuating circumstances in which they can only occur in other locations.

    I see nothing wrong with this change of venue, provided it is done in good faith and with a genuine love of Christ.

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