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The life of St. Sava

by Nikolaj VelimirovicМЃ

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Published by St. Vladimir"s Seminary Press in Crestwood, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Serbia,
  • Yugoslavia
    • Subjects:
    • Sava, Saint, 1169-1237.,
    • Orthodox Eastern Church -- Yugoslavia -- Serbia -- Bishops -- Biography.,
    • Srpska pravoslavna crkva -- Bishops -- Biography.,
    • Christian saints -- Yugoslavia -- Serbia -- Biography.,
    • Serbia -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 161.

      Other titlesLife of Saint Sava.
      StatementNicholai Velimirovich ; with an introduction by Veselin Kesich.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX719.S35 V44 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxix, 161 p. ;
      Number of Pages161
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2046857M
      ISBN 100881410659
      LC Control Number88024021

      The legacy of Holy Anastasija, the beloved Mother of St. Sava, the Enlightener of the Serbs, is one of steadfast love and committed faith to our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, which she manifested in her earthly life by her support of her husband, Holy Grand Zhupan Stephen-monk Simeon the Myrrh-gusher, by her zeal for her sons Sava, Stephan the.   Our Academy's educational mission is inspired by the life of Saint Sava, our patron saint. In this second video in our series, Fr. Darko Spasojevic, Cathedral Dean at Holy Resurrection Serbian.

      Saint Sava I, first Archbishop of Serbia Commemorated on January Saint Sava, First Archbishop of Serbia, in the world Rostislav (Rastko), was a son of the Serbian king Stephen Nemanya and Anna, daughter of the Byzantine Emperor Romanus. From his early years he fervently attended church services and had a special love for icons. Sava was the son of Stephen I, founder of the Nemanydes dynasty, and also known as Sabas. He became a monk on Mount Athos in Greece when he was seventeen. With his father, who abdicated in , he founded Khilandrai Monastery on Mount Athos for Serbian monks and became Abbot. He returned home in when his brothers, Stephen II and Vulkan, began to quarrel, and civil war .

        The 14th is the day St. Sava is commemorated by the Serbs. In the Russian Church, he is commemorated on the 12th. Here is an interesting post by Fr. Gregory Edwards on the Serbs' celebration of his feastday in Thessaloniki in Fr. Daniel Rogich, Serbian Patericon: Saints of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Vol. 1 (January-April) (Platina, CA: St. Herman of Alaska Brotherhood, ), p. . 3. SAINT NICODEMUS, THE ARCHBISHOP OF PEC. This great hierarch was a Serb by birth. He lived a life of asceticism on Holy Mt. Athos and was abbot of Hilendar Monastery. Following the death of Sava III, he was elected as the Archbishop of "All the Serbs and the Coastal Lands" in the year A.D. Nicodemus crowned King Milutin in the year A.D.


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St Sava is the best known and much loved Serbian saint. Born inas a young man he left the home of the father, the King of Serbia, went to Mount Athos, became a monk and founded the great monastic house of Hilandar/5.

St Sava is the best known and most loved Serbian saint. Written in a simple and moving style, including the author's meditations on the meaning of events in the life of the saint.

Sava is among the best known and loved Serbian saints. Born inas a young man he left the home of his father, the King of Serbia, went to Mount Athos, became a monk and founded the great monastic house of Hilandar. “THE LIFE OF ST SAVA is an account of an unusual saint, written by an unusual bishop.

The saint is Sava, founder and patron of the Serbian Orthodox church, and the author is Bishop Nicholai Velimirovich ().

The lives of both men are vital parts of the history of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The Heritage of Saint Sava is a workbook created as a resource on the life of Saint Sava and the spiritual fruits of his labor.

The book contains exercises for students, lessons and objectives for teachers, and well-written information for families and educators. Sava, Latin Sabas, (born —died JanuTŭrnovo, Bulgaria; feast day January 14), monk, founder, and first archbishop of the independent Serbian Orthodox Church.

His policy of recognizing the jurisdiction of the patriarch of Constantinople (now Istanbul) ensured the adherence of Serbian Christianity to Eastern Orthodoxy. No wonder the Turks, on Orthodox Holy Friday incould not withstand this unifying force, the force of committed life in Christ led by the example of St.

Sava, for they once again "cracked" under this pressure and, to their eternal folly and damnation, incinerated the life-giving body and relics of St. Sava. Sava, Archbishop of Serbia Feast day: January 14 Originally Prince Rastko Nemanjic, he was the first Patriarch of Serbia () and is an important Saint in the Serbian Orthodox Church.

St Sava is among the best known and loved Serbian saints. Born inas a young man he left the home of his father, the King of Serbia, went to Mount Athos, became a monk and founded the great monastic house of Hilandar.

Saint Sava (Serbian: Свети Сава / Sveti Sava, pronounced [sʋɛ̂ːtiː sǎːʋa], – 14 January ), known as the Enlightener, was a Serbian prince and Orthodox monk, the first Archbishop of the autocephalous Serbian Church, the founder of Serbian law, and aborn as Rastko (Serbian Cyrillic: Растко), was the youngest son of Serbian Grand Prince Stefan Canonized: by Serbian Orthodox Church.

Bishop Nicholai Velimirovich Some years ago, a young man left his royal home to become a simple monk on Mt. Athos and, later, founder of the great monastery of Hilandar. Returning to his homeland as the first archbishop of the newly organized autocephalous Church of.

Russian monk Elder Isaija brought the manuscript "life of Saint Sava" from Mount Athos to Russia. Later many other libraries across Russia possessed works by Saint Sava or about him. As a saint, Sava was respected even among the Roman Catholics. Tomko Mrnjevic, a Bosnian bishop in the early 17th century, wrote the first biography of Saint Sava, which did not not contain historical character but a.

One of the few books I could find for a biography of St. Sava. It's easy to read and presents an good overview of the life and travels of this year old saint, important to both the Serbian Orthodox Church and to the history of Christean Orthodoxy.5/5. The life of St. Sava. [Nikolaj Velimirović] Home.

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