Exhibition Dedicated To Patriarch Pavle Opens In Belgrade

Source: InSerbia
Natalya Mihailova | 28 November 2014
BELGRADE – An exhibition containing the legacy of former Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) Patriarch Pavle was opened at the Museum of the SPC to mark the 100th anniversary of his birth and the 5th anniversary of his death.
Exhibition Dedicated To Patriarch Pavle Opens In Belgrade
Patriarch Pavle Photo: RTS

The exhibition was opened by Patriarch Irinej, who said that the event and the items on display would show that Pavle had lived modestly, as a normal person.

Pavle was obejctive, quick to enter a conversation with anyone and someone we should all look up to, Irinej stated.

The exhibition includes the late patriarch’s books, items from his desk, tools, shoes, photos, medals, clothes and gifts he received. The exhibition was prepared by the SPC Museum following as ordered by the Church Synod.

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